Nelson's American Lancet, Volume 10

The Lancet, 1854

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Pagina 126 - PARKER. THE MODERN TREATMENT OF SYPHILITIC DISEASES, both Primary and Secondary ; comprising the Treatment of Constitutional and Confirmed Syphilis, by a safe and successful Method.
Pagina 33 - A UNIVERSAL FORMULARY, containing the methods of Preparing and Administering Officinal and other Medicines. The whole adapted to Physicians and Pharmaceutists.
Pagina 35 - Venesection in mental disorders should not be absolutely abandoned, although the cases requiring it are very rare. 7. As a general rule, topical is preferable to general bleeding. 8. In many cases where the indication for direct depletion is not urgent, but where bloodletting, particularly if local, might be practised without injury, it is safer and better to treat by other means, equalizing the circulation and promoting the secretions and excretions. 9. The physical conditions requiring blood-letting...
Pagina 160 - Now, with regard to the prevention of ii threatened miscarriage, I wish very emphatically to remark that this can often be accomplished, even when apparently there exists no longer any hope of attaining this desirable object; and you must allow me to impress upon you not only the necessity, but the high moral obligation imposed on the practitioner, of employing in the most faithful manner those means which are best calculated to arrest the premature action of the uterus. Let us now examine in what...
Pagina 35 - ... with plethora and enduring vital power. 4. The excitement, both mental and physical, produced by this irritation, can, in most cases, be permanently subdued, and its radical source removed by other means, more readily than by bleeding. 5. Yet insanity may be coexistent with conditions, — such as positive plethora, a tendency to apoplexy or paralysis, and sometimes sthenic congestion or inflammation, which call for the abstraction of blood. Therefore, 6. Venesection...

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