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The Clinical Review (Volume 21) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 ene 2012

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1905. Excerpt: ... HppUeb flDebidne Chronic Furunculosis.-- Gaucher recommends boric acid; which he says is efficient in case of chronic boils and is harmless if chemically pure and the dose is not too large. He advises one ounce in thirty-three ounces of water, of which a tablespoonful is taken at meal time, well diluted. This treatment is alternated with the administration of tar water, and arsenical preparations as follows: One week a teaspoonful of tar water in half a glass of Vichy water; the next week the boric acid solution; and for the third week a solution of sodium arse"nate. This cycle is repeated. If the boric acid is not given well diluted it may cause cramps. Cinchona in Hemophilia.-- Vennemann reports two cases of hemophilia which yielded only to cinchona in large doses. After enucleation of the eyeball of a boy ten years old his life was endangered by severe haemorrhage. For several days he was fed a confection of extract of cinchona and honey spread on bread. The bleeding ceased. In the case of a man affected with spontaneous haemorrhages from the nose, stomach, and genitourinary apparatus all measures failed until he was given the confection of cinchona. Dyspepsia in Children.-- Jordan {Bir. Med. Rev.) remarks that dyspepsia in children necessitates treatment, and it must be continued for a long period. In feeble children some of the digestive ferments may be useful. Smith's warning against the use of tonic syrups should be observed. Regulation of the diet is, of course, of the utmost importance. Prohibition of pastry, pickles, sweetmeats, or, in some instances, of special articles which the appetite seems to crave but which may be injurious will accomplish much. Broths, dry toast, milk, meat, eggs, fish, potatoes once a day, and later, perhaps, farinaceous foods may be allowed. Prop...

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