Cases Illustrating and Confirming the Remedial Power of the Inhalation of Iodine and Conium in Tubercular Phthisis: And Various Disordered States of the Lungs and Air-passages

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Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1834 - 227 էջ

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Էջ 86 - It ought never to be employed in the treatment of consumption except to remove inflammation or active determinations of blood, with which the disease may be complicated; beyond this its operation can only tend to a useless loss of strength.
Էջ 4 - Practical Observations on the Treatment and Cure of Several Varieties of Pulmonary Consumption, and on the Effects of the Vapour of Boiling Tar in that Disease," in which he details some wonderfully good results obtained by treating patients suffering from pulmonary affections in
Էջ 215 - It is a pale yellow, or yellowish-grey, opaque, unorganized substance, the form, consistence, and composition of which vary with the nature of the part in which it is formed, and the period at which it is examined.
Էջ 216 - ... fluids. When the aircells or minute bronchi, thus partially filled with tuberculous matter, are divided, they represent tubercles with softening in the central point ; when, on the other hand, they are completely filled, no such appearance is presented. " Softening,
Էջ 6 - Denis, he had occasion to observe that those workmen who happened to be affected with phthisical symptoms experienced relief, and many quickly recovered their health, from being exposed to the inhalation of the chlorine disengaged in the various processes.
Էջ 215 - Bui, first of all, it is necessary to remark that the formation and manifestation of this matter as a morbid product cannot take place unless the fluid from which it is separated — the blood — has been previously modified.

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