The Western Lancet, Band 3

Robinson & Jones, 1845

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Seite 38 - No person duly authorized to practice physic or surgery, shall be allowed to disclose any information which he may have acquired in attending any patient, in a professional character, and which information was necessary to enable him to prescribe for such patient as a physician, or to do any act for him as a surgeon (id.
Seite 248 - HUMAN HEALTH ; or, the Influence of Atmosphere and Locality, Change of Air and Climate, Seasons, Food, Clothing, Bathing, Mineral Springs, Exercise. Sleep, Corporeal and Mental Pursuits, &c.
Seite 471 - Thus the mind, being continually harassed by the situation, it at length influences the constitution, and unfits it for all its functions. Some cruel disorder, but no way like hunger, seizes the unhappy sufferer ; so that almost all those men who have thus long lived by chance, and whose every day may be considered as...
Seite 555 - I have had the satisfaction, in numerous instances, of witnessing the immediate improvement of the symptoms, and the rapid change in the countenance of the patient, produced by washing the skin. Invariably, in the course of a few minutes, the pulse has been diminished in frequency, the thirst has abated, the tongue has become moist, a general free perspiration has broken forth, the skin has become soft and cool, the eyes have brightened, and these indications of relief have been speedily followed...
Seite 220 - It is obviously desirable, therefore, to neutralize this acrid condition of the first passages, in order to obtain the full advantage of the antispasmodic and anodyne properties of the cochineal ; and for this purpose the alkaline solution is invaluable. It is of a deep purple or violet hue, will keep a long time without change, and the active powers of the cochineal are not impaired by the combination. The following is the form : Take of Carbonate of Potassa, a drachm Cochineal, a scruple Boiling...
Seite 345 - J., in charging the jury, said: "If you are satisfied that this child had been wholly produced from the body of the prisoner alive, and that the prisoner wilfully and of malice aforethought strangled the child, after it had been so produced, and while it was alive, and while it had an independent circulation of its own, I am of the opinion that the charge is made out against the prisoner.
Seite 42 - MD, Professor of Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children in the University of Pennsylvania, &c.
Seite 424 - Eight years ago began to have shocks at the epigastrium, with a sinking sensation art the pit of the stomach, cardialgia, acid eructations, a sense of rushing of blood to the head, palpitations, sleeplessness, and starlings when first falling into slumber. These kept increasing upon her, when there came on tenderness of the spine along its whole length, but more especially in the cervical and lumbar regions, rigidity of the limbs, costiveness, derangement of the catamenia, &c.
Seite 554 - of no physical agent, as far as my experience has taught me, (not excepting even the use of blood-letting in acute inflammation) by which the functions of the animal economy are controlled with so much certainty, safety, and promptitude, as by the application of cold water to the skin under the augmented heat of scarlatina and some other fevers.
Seite 36 - O'Brien's seven cases four have recovered. In the Police Hospital of Calcutta, the late Dr. Bain has used the remedy in three cases of traumatic tetanus, of these, one has died and two recovered. A very remarkable case has recently occurred in the practice of my cousin, Mr. Richard O'Shaughnessy. The patient was a Jew, set.

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