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" ... press backwards, and obstruct the circulation through it. The recumbent position is best, and the head of the patient should lie a little forwards, to relax the skin. There should be no pressure on the windpipe. The internal jugular vein must be more... "
The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery - Pagina 82
door Daniel Drake, Lunsford Pitts Yandell - 1855
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 15

1855
...the circulation through it. The recumbent position is best, and the head of the patient should lie little forwards, to relax the skin. There should be...arterial pulsation is distinctly controlled by the finger, and the face loses somewhat of its colour ; and, on the other hand, is manifestly postponed...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 15

1855
...forwards, to relax the skin. There should be no presure on the windpipe. The internal jugular vein mnst be more or less compressed at the same time with the...the arterial pulsation is distinctly controlled by tlae finger, and the face loses somewhat of its colour; and, on the other hand, is manifestly postponed...
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The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 11

1855
...of profound sleep, in my experiments, has seldom exceeded fifteen seconds, and never half a minute. The internal jugular vein must be more or less compressed...with the carotid artery; and it may be thought that (he phenomenon is due, wholly or in part, to the obstructed return of blood from the head. I am satisfied...
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Principles of Mental Physiology, with Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1894 - 737 pagina’s
...half a minute." — That the effect is not dne to the obstruction of the internal jugular vein (which must be more or less compressed at the same time with the carotid artery), appears from the fact that it is most decided and rapid when the arterial pulsation is distinctly controlled...
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The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 11

1853
...feeling the artery, press backwards, and obstruct the circulation through it. The recumbent position is best, and the head of the patient should lie a little...arterial pulsation is distinctly controlled by the finger, and the face loses somewhat of its colour ; and, on the other hand, is manifestly postponed...
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