Twentieth century practice, المجلد 20

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Sampson Low, Marston, 1900

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الصفحة 198 - The only thing for these people to do is to use squares of soft muslin, cheese-cloth, cheap handkerchiefs or Japanese paper handkerchiefs specially manufactured for that purpose, which can be burned after use. They should also place in their pockets a removable lining of rubber or other impermeable substance which can be thoroughly cleaned. This additional pocket could be fastened to the inside of the ordinary pocket by clamps, and would thus be of no inconvenience to the patient. A pouch of vulcanized...
الصفحة 410 - The island, which derives its name from its resemblance to a snake, or possibly from having been supposed to be infested with snakes, was discovered by Columbus on his second voyage in 1493. It was colonised by the English in 1650. In 1689 the settlers, having been maltreated by the Irish and French, were transferred to Antigua. MONTSERRAT The Emerald Island of the West MONTSERRAT, in latitude 16° 45
الصفحة 219 - Inspections should be carried on while the herd is stabled. If it is necessary to stable animals under unusual conditions or among surroundings that make them uneasy and excited, the tuberculin test should be postponed until the cattle have become accustomed to the conditions they are subjected to, and then begin with a careful physical examination of each animal. This is essential, because in some severe cases of tuberculosis...
الصفحة 346 - Its renovation or even destruction may be imperative when it is evident that tuberculosis has become "endemic" there, owing to the condition of the soil or to other sanitary defects. 5. To determine the financial condition, whether the patient is or is not able to pay, and whether or not by his being taken to an institution the family will become destitute. If the latter should be the case, it would be necessary for the municipality to provide for the family.
الصفحة 205 - In conclusion the following general directions for the disinfection of rooms may be of value : — 1. All cracks or openings in the plaster or in the floor or about the door and windows should be caulked tight with cotton or with strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets, etc., should be stretched out on a line, in order to expose as much surface to the disinfectant as possible. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended by their covers so that the pages are all...
الصفحة 331 - Berlin/01 he elaborated his classification, giving the following indications as to choice of climate for pulmonary invalids : 1. In cases with limited disease at one or both apices, without or with only a slight amount of fever, nearly all climates can be made use of, but especially high altitudes and sea voyages, if the constitution is a strong one. 2. Cases with limited local disease and high fever must be at first treated in their houses or immediate neighborhood.
الصفحة 550 - The differences between the common edible mushroom and the fly agaric and deadly agaric, which the reader can easily remember, are as follows: (1) The common mushroom has a pileus which is not covered with wart-like scales; gills which are brownish purple when mature; a nearly cylindrical stalk, which is not hollow, with a ring near the middle, and without a bulbous base sheathed by a membrane or by scales. (2) The fly agaric has a pileus marked with prominent warts; gills always white ; a stalk,...
الصفحة 346 - Each case should be investigated by a combined committee of physicians and laymen, for the following purposes : 1. To determine the applicant's condition by a medical examination. 2. To visit his home if he has been found tuberculous, and to institute such hygienic measures as seem necessary ( distribution of pocket spittoons, disinfectants, etc., gratuitously if the patient is poor).
الصفحة 288 - As soon as the patient awakes in the morning, while yet in bed, a glass of hot milk, half milk and tea, or half coffee and milk, with a slice of milk-toast, should be given him. After a little while he will rise to prepare for his douche, friction, or massage, whatever the physician's prescription may call for. After this it will probably be nine o'clock, and the patient may take his ordinary breakfast. He should have eggs, and may have his choice as to the way they may be prepared or served —...
الصفحة 348 - From the foregoing it will be seen that I am in favor of treating tuberculous patients near their homes, and in the same or nearly the same climate as that in which they will have to live and work after their restoration to health.

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