Western Homœopathic Observer: A Monthly Journal of Homœopathic Medicine and Surgery

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Seite 96 - Pity the sorrows of a poor old man ! Whose trembling limbs have borne him to your door, Whose days are dwindled to the shortest span, Oh ! give relief, and Heaven will bless your store.
Seite 196 - The inner tube for delivering the ether runs upwards nearly to the extremity of the outer tube. Now, when the bellows are worked, a double current of air is produced, one current descending and pressing upon the ether forcing it along the inner tube, and the other ascending through the outer tube and playing upon the column of ether as it escapes through the fine jet.
Seite 111 - I will add, that all I saw were true cases of cholera, in the various stages of the disease ; and that I saw several cases which did well under your treatment, which I have no hesitation in saying would have sunk under any other. In conclusion, I must repeat to you, what I have already told you, and what I have told every one with whom I have conversed, that although an allopath by principle, education, and practice, yet was it the will of Providence to afflict me with cholera, and to deprive me...
Seite 198 - It excites and directs salutary crises in such a manner that the physician may render himself master of them ; by its means he knows the state of health of each individual, and judges with certainty of the origin, the nature and the progress of the...
Seite 197 - ... admits of no comparison ; it is capable of receiving, propagating, communicating all the impressions of motion ; it is susceptible of flux and of reflux. The animal body experiences the effects of this agent ; by insinuating itself into the substance of the nerves it affects them immediately. There are...
Seite 15 - General Hospitals will in future be strictly governed by the following rules : 1. Persons approved by Miss Dix, or her authorized agents, will receive from her, or them, "certificates of approval," which must be countersigned by Medical Directors upon their assignment to duty as nurses within their Departments. 2. Assignments of "women nurses" to duty in General Hospitals will only be made upon application by the Surgeons in charge, through Medical Directors, to Miss Dix or her agents, for the number...
Seite 101 - And, without a dissentient voice, this proposition of their directors was adopted by the shareholders of the General Provident Assurance Company. " Here, then, we have a testimony borne to the great practical value of homoeopathy, which nothing can gainsay, against which ridicule and abuse, the only weapons by which we have hitherto been attacked, can avail nothing.
Seite 15 - Surgeon-General. 4. Women nurses, while on duty in General Hospitals, are under the exclusive control of the senior medical officer, who will direct their several duties, and may be discharged by him when considered supernumerary, or for incompetency, insubordination, or violation of his orders. Such discharge, with the reasons therefor, being endorsed upon the certificate, will be at once returned to Miss Dix.
Seite 100 - ... the mortality under homoeopathy is small in comparison with that of allopathy ; that there are diseases not curable at all, under the latter system, which are perfectly curable under the former ; finally, that the medicines prescribed by homoeopaths do not injure the constitution, whereas those employed by allopaths not unfrequently entail the most serious, and, in many instances, fatal consequences. "These data obtained, the Directors had but one duty to perform alike to themselves and to their...
Seite 111 - That there may therefore be no apprehension about the cases I saw in your hospital, I will add, that all I saw were true cases of Cholera, in the various stages of the disease, and that I saw several cases which did well under your treatment, which I have no hesitation in saying would have sunk under any other.

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