Differential diagnosis and treatment of disease

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Appleton, 1906 - 867 من الصفحات
 

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Blood
42
ThomaZeiss Pipettes
43
Blood Counting Slide elevation
45
Counting Blood Cells
46
Making a Blood Smear on a Slide
50
Analysis of drinking water
51
Introductory remarks
57
Gavage feeding by means of the Stomach Tube
60
Stomach Washing in Adults
61
Stomach Washing in Infants by Means of a Fountain Syringe at an Elevation of Four Feet
62
Bowel Irrigation in Infants and Children
63
Kemps Rectal Irrigator double current catheter
64
Hot Pack
66
Enteroclysis
69
Hypodermoclysis
70
General symptomatic management
73
Atomizer for Albolene
77
Technique of Venesection
79
Dry Cupping
81
Infection and Sloughing of the Skin from Unclean Hypodermatic Injections
84
Feely Invalid Bed
85
CHAPTER III
87
How to Hold the Baby Faulty Way Correct Way
90
Incubator for Premature Children
91
Encephalocele Vault of Cranium Absent Ago One Year
98
Encephalocele at Three Years
99
Achondroplasia
100
Enlarged Thymus
101
Spina Bifida
102
navnr aoc 43 Thoraco Abdomino Pagus
103
Thoraco Abdomino Pagus skiagram
104
Bronchocele
105
Marked Curve of Little Finger of Mongolian Idiot
106
Infant feeding
107
Facts about milk
113
Arnold Sterilizer and Pasteurizer
114
Lactometer
118
Chapin Dipper
121
Indigestion and diarrhoeal disorders
129
Rhacitic Flat Foot in Child of Nine Months
142
Comfortable Position for Children with Rhacitic Weak Back
143
CarryingFrame for Feeble Rhachitic Children
145
Rhachitis Genu Varum Before Operation
146
Infantile Scurvy and Marasmus
147
Tuberculous Peritonitis with Ascites
148
Tuberculous Peritonitis of Two Years Standing
149
Diseases of the respiratory tract in children
150
Tuberculous Peritonitis with Cystic Accumulation of Fluid operation
151
Temperature Curve in a case of Septic Bronchopneumonia in Child Ending in Recovery
154
Fever Curve in Tuberculosis of Lung and Unresolved Pneumonia Compared in Cases of Empyema
167
Houschold Reflector
172
Intubation Tube in Situ skiagram
180
Intubation Tube in Situ skiagram
182
McKenzies Tonsillotome
193
TiemannFahnenstock Tonsillotome
194
Beckmanns Curette for Adenoids
195
Adenoids Before Operation
196
Eruptive and other fevers
198
Temperature Curve in Measles
199
Pseudohypertrophic Muscular Paralysis
217
Pseudohypertrophic Muscular Paralysis
218
Cerebrospinal Meningitis
220
Meningitis
222
Spinal Puncture Forward Bicycle Position
223
CHAPTER IV
229
CHAPTER V
242
CHAPTER VI
257
CHAPTER VII
262
CHAPTER VIII
273
the digestive systemContinued
304
CHAPTER X
313
Disease of the gall bladder and bile ducts
321
iseases of the peritonaeum omentum and mesenteric glands
329
CHAPTER XII
344
Conditions of the blood
368
CHAPTER XIV
387
Hydrothorax pleuritic effusion
393
The upper respiratory tract
409
CHAPTER XVI
431
CHAPTER XVII
469
CHAPTER XVIII
497
Gonorrhoea in the male and female adult and child remarks on its complications
505
CHAPTER XXI
544
CHAPTER XXII
561
CHAPTER XXIV
596
CHAPTER XXV
602
Infectious and contagious fevers
609
Glycosuria and diabetes naellitus
651
Obesity
658
Derangements of the ductless glands
664
CHAPTER XXVII
675
Examination scheme in nervous derangements
683
Disturbances with predominating undue motion of central peripheral or unknown
691
Disturbances with loss of power of motion predominating palsies acute and chronic
695
Disturbances with loss of consciousness predominating
714
Vasomotor and trophic disturbances
734
Miscellaneous lesions in the brain and spinal cord in which localization and surgical
751
injuries of the spinal cord
763
CHAPTER XXVIII
769
Neoplasms and new growths
789
Dermatoneuroses
795
CHAPTER XNIX
806
CHAPTER XXX
812
Keratitis
818
Cataract and opacities
821
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الصفحة 608 - Mattresses and blankets soiled by the discharges of the sick: 1. Destruction by fire. 2. Exposure to superheated steam—25 pounds 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
الصفحة 607 - Disinfectants The Disinfection of Rooms.—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.
الصفحة 607 - (formalin) for each 1,000 cubic feet of space should be placed in the distilling apparatus and distilled as rapidly as possible. The key hole and spaces about the door should then be packed with cotton or cloth. 5. The room thus treated should remain closed for at least ten hours. If there is much leakage of gas into the surrounding rooms, a second or third
الصفحة 746 - Permanent deafness, and in children deafmutism, may be the result of a meningitis. Diagnosis.—The most important signs are fever, headache, delirium, retraction of the neck, tremor, and rigidity of the muscles, but we notice these symptoms in some cases of typhoid fever and pneumonia. In some babies with severe bowel troubles we observe symptoms of
الصفحة 541 - of the long bones. The lower end of the femur and the upper end of the tibia are the most frequently
الصفحة 608 - 1. Chlorinated lime in solution, 4 per cent. 2. Mercuric chloride in solution, 1 to 500. In the absence of spores: 3. Carbolic acid in solution, 5 per cent. 4. Sulphate of copper in solution, 5 per cent. 5. Chloride of zinc in solution,
الصفحة 608 - attendants. of the sick, and of convalescents at the time of their discharge from hospital. 1. Solution of chlorinated soda diluted with nine parts of water (1 to 10). 2. Carbolic acid, 2 per cent solution. 3. Mercuric
الصفحة 292 - 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 the examining fingers, the resistant
الصفحة 608 - 1 to 1,000. (The blue solution, four ounces to the gallon of water, may be used.) '2. Solution of chlorinated lime, 1 per cent. 3. Solution of carbolic acid, 2 per cent. For the Person.—The hands and general surface of the
الصفحة 869 - Both as to text and illustrations this work is the most comprehensive and best-arranged text-book on the subject which has as yet appeared in this country."—Albany Medical Annals. " This recent claimant to favor should easily dispel existing impressions as to the superiority of foreign works, for

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