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الصفحة 604 - Mercuric chloride, 1 : 1000 ; recommended only for the hands, or for washing away infectious material from a limited area, not as a bath for the entire surface of the body. For the Dead. Envelop the body in a sheet thoroughly saturated with : — 1. Chloride of lime in solution, 4 per cent. 2. Mercuric chloride in solution, 1 : 500.
الصفحة 604 - Soiled underclothing, bed linen, etc.: 1. Destruction by fire, if of little value. 2. Boiling for at least half an hour. 3. Immersion in a solution of mercuric chloride of the strength of 1 : 2000 for four hours.§ 4.
الصفحة 290 - ... successively the character of the various structures as they come beneath and escape from the fingers passing over them. In doing this, the pressure exerted must be deep enough to recognize distinctly, along the whole route traversed by tlie examining fingers, the resistant surfaces of the posterior abdominal wall and of the pelvic brim.
الصفحة 793 - After clipping the hair close to the scalp this mixture is applied over the entire scalp — more thickly over the affected spots — by means of a painter's brush, once a day for five successive days. On the sixth day it is wiped off with a rag dipped in plain olive oil; now the hair is clipped again and the scalp washed thoroughly but gently with green soap and a soft nail-brush, care being taken that all the scales and loose hair covering the scalp are removed. No epilation is, as a rule, necessary.
الصفحة 499 - Vichy or seltzer, and from six to eight glasses of water during the day. 3. Avoid all sexual relations until you have been pronounced cured by your physician, as the disease may be given to a woman even after the discharge has apparently ceased. When it is present you should avoid sexual excitement as erection always aggravates the disease.
الصفحة 604 - ... (c) Mattresses and blankets soiled by the discharges of the sick : 1. Destruction by fire. 2. Exposure to superheated steam (25 Ibs. pressure) for one hour. (Mattresses to have the cover removed or freely opened.) 3. Immersion in boiling water for one hour. 4. Immersion in the blue solution (mercuric chloride and sulphate of copper), two fluid ounces to the gallon of water.
الصفحة 603 - ... strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets, etc., should be stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the disinfectant.
الصفحة 603 - ... as rapidly as possible. The keyhole and spaces about the door should then be packed with cotton or cloth. (5) The room thus treated should remain closed at least ten hours.