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The Medical Independent: A Monthly Review of Medicine and Surgery - Seite 47
herausgegeben von - 1856
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The Eclectic Medical Journal, Band 15

1856
...careful experiment the correctness of the dogma, that if the heart has ouce ceased to beat its fiction can never be restored — a dogma calculated to paralyze...exposing the face, neck, and chest to the breeze. 2. Send with all speed for medical aid, and for articles of clothing, blankets, <tc. 3. Place the patient...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and ..., Band 2

1856
...wish especially to put to the test of careful experiment the correctness of the dogma, that if the heart has once ceased to beat, its action can never...exposing the face, neck, and chest to the breeze. 2. Send with all speed for medical aid, and for articles of clothing, blankets, «fee. 3. Place the patient...
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St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 14

1856
...wish especially to put to the test of careful experiment, the correctness of the dogma, that if the heart has once ceased to beat, its action can never...hope may really not be totally extinct : 1. Treat ihe patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, except in severe weather, freely exposing the...
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The Medical Examiner: A Monthly Record of Medical Science, Band 12

1856
...wish especially to put to the test of careful experiment, the correctness of the dogma, that if the heart has once ceased to beat, its action can never be restored — a dogma calculated to paralyse our effort* in many cases in which hope may really not be totally extinct : 1. Treat the patient...
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Dublin Hospital Gazette, Band 3

1856
...wish especially to put to the test of careful experiment, the correctness of the dogma, that if the heart has once ceased to beat, its action can never be restored — a dogma calculated to paralyse our efforts in many cases in which hope may really not be totally extinct. 1 . Treat the patient...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and ..., Band 1

1857
...proceed, revert to the physiological principle of exciting respiration from time to time (Rule V.). RULES. 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, freely exposing the face, neck, and chest to the breeze, except in severe weather. 2. Send with all...
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Prone and postival respiration in drowning and other forms of apricea, or ...

Marshall Hall - 1857
...the following table : RULES FOR PRONE AND POSTURAL RESPIRATION. I. Rules to be applied in every Case. 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, exposing the face and chest to the breeze (except in severe weather) . I. — To Clear the Throat —...
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The American eclectic practice of medicine, Band 2

Ichabod Gibson Jones - 1858
...revert to the physiological principle of exciting respiration from time to time (Rule V). "EULES. " 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, freely exposing the face, neck and chest to the breeze, except in severe weather. " 2. Send with all...
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Medical jurisprudence

Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1858 - 976 Seiten
...only be safely effected when respiratory movements are maintained and the circulation is promoted. 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, exposing the face and chest to the breeze (except in severe weather). I. To clear the throat. — 2....
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Band 2;Band 16

1859
...RESl'IEATION FROM DROWNING, ETC. BY MARSHALL HALL, MD, F.Pv.S., or THE INSTITUTE OF FBANCE, ETC., ETC. 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, exposing the face and chest to the breeze (except in severe weather). I.—To Clear the Throat— 2....
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