The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British and Continental Medicine, and of the Progess of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 37
J. Churchill, 1863 - Medicine
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Page 313 - Replace the patient on the face, raising and supporting the chest well on a folded coat or other article of dress.
Page 219 - Nausea; face feels as if it had been exposed to the heat of an open fire till it had become inflamed. The peculiar burning soreness of the scalp is somewhat relieved. Eyes still sensitive ; catarrhal symptoms and fever less than yesterday. Wednesday, Feb. 19th. — Very much better ; the soreness of scalp almost entirely relieved ; blotches and redness of face disappeared ; catarrhal symptoms and fever gone ; eyes quite well.
Page 294 - Slit up the organ longitudinally ; and wipe it gently with a dry napkin, taking care to remove as little of the clean mucus as possible. Then cut it into small pieces (the smaller the better), and put all into a common wine bottle. Fill up the bottle with good sound sherry, and let it remain corked for a fortnight ; at the end of this time it is fit for use. The dose is a teaspoonful in a wineglassful of water immediately after meals.
Page 262 - JOHN CLAY, MRCS KIWISCH ON DISEASES OF THE OVARIES: Translated, by permission, from the last German Edition of his Clinical Lectures on the Special Pathology and Treatment of the Diseases of Women. With Notes, and...
Page 117 - ... gurgling sound, while to all these phenomena was added a distinct metallic character. In the whole of my experience I never met so extraordinary a combination of sounds. The stomach was not distended by air, and the lung and pleura were unaffected, but the region of the heart gave a tympanitic bruit de pot...
Page 247 - To a couple of drachms of the suspected urine add a small fragment of loaf sugar, and afterwards pour slowly into the test-tube about a drachm of strong sulphuric acid. This should be done so as not to mix the two liquids. If biliary acids be present, there will be observed at the line of contact of the acid and urine — after standing for a few minutes — a deep purple hue.
Page 110 - JAMES JONES, MD, MRCP ON THE USE OF PERCHLORIDE OF IRON AND OTHER CHALYBEATE SALTS IN THE TREATMENT OF CONSUMPTION. Crown 8vo.
Page 148 - Seventy-two hours after the operation four of the " presse artère" wires were withdrawn with perfect ease and without bleeding. The one on the femoral remained five days, when it, too, was removed without any difficulty and without a trace of blood. There was but little suppuration, and an excellent stump was the ultimate recuit.
Page 145 - O'Ferrall, by means of wliich he had removed an enormous scrotal tumour (fully equal to those removed by Listen and Aston Key) without difficulty in eight minutes, and with the loss of only five ounces of blood ; the genital organs being preserved, and the patient having made a good recovery, notwithstanding attacks of erysipelas and various other unfavourable circumstances. Such an announcement could not fail to be in the highest degree gratifying ; and it became all the more so when it was found...