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Pàgina 334 - A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON MIDWIFERY, INCLUDING THE DISEASES OF PREGNANCY AND PARTURITION, AND THE ATTENTIONS REQUIRED BY THE CHILD FROM BIRTH TO THE PERIOD OF WEANING. By P. CAZEAUX, Member of the Imperial Academy of Medicine, Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, Chevalier of the Legion of
Pàgina 657 - maintain a free entrance of Air into the Windpipe.—Cleanse the mouth and nostrils; open the mouth; draw forward the patient's tongue, and keep it forward: an elastic band over the tongue and under the chin will answer this purpose. Remove all tight clothing from about the neck and chest. RULE 2.— To adjust the Patient's
Pàgina 657 - imitate the movements of Breathing.—Grasp the patient's arm just above the elbows, and draw the arms gently and steadily upwards, until they meet above the head, (this is for the purpose of drawing air into the lungs), and keep the arms in that position for two seconds. Then turn down tho
Pàgina 657 - and immediately, the restoration of breathing; and second, after breathing is restored, the promotion of warmth and circulation. The efforts to restore life must be persevered in until the arrival of medical assistance, or until the pulse and breathing have ceased for at least an hour. TREATMENT TO RESTORE NATURAL BREATHING. , RULE
Pàgina 657 - I.—If from Drowning or other Suffocation, or Narcotic Poisoning.—Send immediately for medical assistance, blankets, and dry clothing; but proceed to treat the patient instantly, securing as much fresh air as possible. The points to be aimed at are, first and immediately, the restoration of breathing; and
Pàgina 58 - next regular Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association will be held in the City of Chicago, Illinois, on the first Tuesday in June, 1863. Every permanently organized State, County, and Local Medical Society is entitled to send one Delegate for every ten members, and one additional Delegate for a fraction of more than half
Pàgina 658 - or coffee, should be given. The patient should be kept in bed, and a disposition to sleep encouraged. During reaction, large mustard plasters to the chest and below the shoulders will greatly relieve the distressed breathing. II.—If
Pàgina 644 - COURSE OF LECTURES ON MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY, Delivered in the University of Pennsylvania; with Three Lectures on the Modus Operandi of Medicines. By JOSEPH CARSON, MD Third Edition Revised. Philadelphia: BLANCHARD & LEA. 1863.
Pàgina 657 - 2.— To adjust the Patient's position.—Place the patient on his back on a flat surface, inclined a little from the feet upwards; raise and support the head and shoulders on a small firm cushion, or folded article of dress, placed under the shoulder-blades. RULE 3.— To imitate the movements of Breathing.—Grasp the patient's arm just above the elbows, and draw the arms gently
Pàgina 182 - promulgated it as a principle of legal science, as to induce the observation, that this mania is dangerous in its relations, and can be recognized only in the plainest cases. It ought to be shown to have been habitual, or at least to have evinced itself in more than