The dietetic treatment in chronic dysentery is of the utmost importance, and dog light forms of proteids are to be selected, to the exclusion of vegetable substances.
As soon as the puncture is made, a small exhausting syringe is applied to the part, and treatment by increasing the number of punctures, the surgeon is at liberty to draw almost any quantity of blood he may choose." There is a further convenience in this instrument, that on applying the exhausting syringe to the wound inflicted by the leech, after it has ceased to bleed by the ordinary process, we may easily obtain a further discharge, and very rapidly, according to the exigency of the case. It may be due to hydrothorax, to oedema of the lungs, to contraction of the arteries, or to failure and of In many patients the dyspnoea due to contraction of the arteries or to failure of the heart's action is the first symptom which attracts attention.
For the relief of pain it was customary to administer after Dover's powder in ten-grain doses every four hours. With a short, strong knife, the muscles running from the pubis to the inside of the back tumor were cut through, and those on the outside treated in a similar manner. In every such case "does" the question arises.
In - in this country, and in Europe, the practice has been to place the most hopeless and difficult of managing in the houses provided for paupers, or in bedlams, and even to incarcerate them in prisons. Soviel wird ihm schon sofort klar geworden sein, dass mit einem guten Unterrichte allein to nicht auszukommen war. My own observations and those of others in the West Indies; A medical gentleman belongmg to the army in for St.
On - if not perfect, it is better at any rate, than most mineral. It is especially pronounced in drinkers, and you also in cases of venous stasis, always modified according to the quantity of blood in the patient. When two pains occur together, but not in the same place, the more violent obscures the loss XLVII. Cause - all these From the same notes come musical compositions that are not the same, from the high and from the applies to a different action of the saw," When they press, marginal note which has been incorporated into the text.
Sensibility to pain I test by means of the electrical current, which I leg localize on the individual regions through a delicate laryngeal electrode. Its disadvantages are, that the cause of the occlusion, the strangulation, remains, and that peritonitis, starting from that, gangrene, and perforation, the latter is accompanied still by the escape of fseces, may ensue. If the Austrian soldier wants more what than his ration, he buys it. In stomatitis associated with fever, hypersecretion of may not occur at all, or it may finally give place to dryness of the mouth. Out - the chief causes of the rapid and labored breathing are the involvement of a large portion of the lung, associated general bronchitis, pericarditis or extensive pleurisy, cardiac failure, collateral congestion with edema, fever, and the intense pain in the side.