2 edition of Treatment of tuberculous, praetuberculous and consumptive affections found in the catalog.
Treatment of tuberculous, praetuberculous and consumptive affections
|Statement||by Georges Petit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Treatment. With regard to the best method of treating consumption, my own experience is, that if any success is to be reasonably expected, it must be treated on general principles, according to the rational and physical symptoms present when we are called upon to prescribe, having regard to the constitutional and outward circumstances of the /History/ Symptoms-and-Treatment. Full text of "The contagiousness of pulmonary consumption and its antiseptic treatment; two lectures delivered in King's College Hospital in the summer session of
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The treatment of consumption must consist chiefly in attention to the general health, and in such measures as shall increase the patient's strength and vigor; and these measures consist largely in the regulation of diet, air and exercise, and a change of climate, as already Dr.
Galloway claims that while out-door life is of great assistance in the treatment of all tuberculous bone and joint affections, it is particularly useful in that class of patients whose recuperative power seems to have been exhausted and are being slowly worn out by discharging sinuses which other means of treatment have failed to The book should be in the possession of every doctor, and have a place in every library and club.
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Delivered before the State and Municipal Section of the British Congress on Tuberculosis on July 26th,BY SIR JAMES CRICHTON-BROWNE, M.D.
EDIN., LL.D. AND., F.R.S. LOND. & EDIN. CHAIRMAN, LADIES, AND GENTLEMEN,-I have undertaken to direct your attention, in the few words Treatment of tuberculosis and chronic respiratory affections by tracheal injection.
Technique - clinical results, a book for tuberculous patients, public praetuberculous and consumptive affections book nurses, and doctors, (St. Louis, On the treatment of tuberculous diseases in their surgical aspect: ?type=lcsubc&key=Tuberculosis.
In spite of its Latin title, it was written in English. He also wrote on tuberculous affections of the skin, affirming the efficacy of the royal touch for cases not responding to ordinary treatment.
He recorded his long experience and many interesting cases Book Details: Date: 23 Nov Publisher: Hansebooks Language: English Format: Paperback pages ISBN ISBN File size: 50 Mb Filename: diseases-of-the-lungs-heart-and-blood-scrofula-consumption-bronchitis-their The Causes of Scrofula, Or King's Evil.
Among the causes of scrofula should be placed first, hereditary predisposition; not that the disease itself may be inherited, as is generally supposed, but, as is the case with nearly all hereditary affections, there is a transmission from parent to child of a susceptibility to morbid influences by which this disease is :// Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search radio transcripts Search archived web sites Advanced The treatment was suspended because of persistent fever and infiltration of lower lobe.-V).-Catarrhal pneumonia was found, but it differed from ordinary catarrhal pneumonia (in which the alveoli when squeezed out have a gelatinous appearance) in that the contents of the alveoli were very watery and turbid-a turbid infiltration; it resembles a A person of consumptive habit, marrying one of tuberculous diathesis, will be pretty sure to give birth to tuberculous children.
In selecting a partner for life, fitness of mind and disposition are not the only things to be taken into In the last edition of Fagge's Text-book of Medicine (vol.
i., ), edited by Pye-Smith, it is stated in the chapter on Tuberculous Meningitis that [quot]the exciting cause is the entrance of Koch's bacillus into the circulation, and in children this is probably by way of the intestinal tract from the milk of tuberculous cows.[quot] Kanthack The questions of diet and general therapeutic treatment are fully considered, and in such a way as to commend them to those who have had practical experience of treating patients suffering from this particular disease.
The whole book is excellent, and is well worth reading. JANE WALKER, M.D. 1., Le Traitement pratique de la Tuberculose Pulmonaire." An account of some experiments made with the vapour of boiling tar in the treatment of pulmonary consumption Angier's Emulsion heals the lungs, helps digestion Annotations cliniques sur la phthisie pulmonaire, d'apres les cas qui ont ete traites a la clinique de l'Ecole de medecine de Rotterdam, pendant le cours dePulmonary.
The treatment of skin affections. Free to the necessitous, but others are expected to contribute according to their means. London Throat Hospital, amalgamated with the Throat Hospital, Golden Square; ;Gt.
Portland Street, W., Bolsover St., W.; The treatment of diseases of the throat, nose and :// Standardization of treatment of tuberculosis, etc ; Hearings before the Committee on Public Health and National Quarantine, United States Senate, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, on S.
; S.A bill to standardize the treatment of tuberculosis in the United States, to provide federal aid in caring for indigent tuberculous persons, and for other purposes ; hearings before the ?f[subjects_ssim]=Tuberculosis.
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Arthur Connell Professor George E. Arthur Latham Mr. Arthur Connell Mr. Arthur Connell Mr. Arthur Connell. Murray. XI 11. [Illustration: FIG. Tuberculous Sinus injected through its opening in the forearm with bismuth paste. (Mr.
Pirie Watson's case--Radiogram by Dr. Hope Fowler.)] The treatment varies with the conditions present, and must include measures directed to the lesion from which the sinus has ://Regimenal Treatment of Acute and Chronic Bronchitis Page - records of cases of natives of every part of India show that phthisis and pulmouic affections are at least not uncommon in any other part of the world.
Appears in 16 books from Page 21 - The extent to which the lungs have become tuberculous in the stage of XXV is similar case in a consumptive patient; Obs. XXVI is another example of this form of renal lesion, with abortion at three and a half months of pregnancy. The fourth series (the albuminuria and granulous production described by Dr.
Bright) corresponds to my fourth anatomical form and is comprised of a single observation (XXVII). It is a