The Clinique, Band 11

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Illinois Homeopathic Association, 1890
 

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Seite 363 - I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving: To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it, — but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.
Seite 197 - This is the way physicians mend or end us, « Secundum artem : » but although we sneer In health — when ill, we call them to attend us, Without the least propensity to jeer...
Seite 574 - With the patient lying, of course, upon her left side, the -attendant places the thumb of his right hand, guarded by a napkin soaked in hot sublimate, in front of the anus and presses it gently there. The pressure is not in the direction of a line joining his thumb and the pubic arch, but nearly in that of the pelvic outlet. By this, descent of the sinciput is hindered, and •that of the occiput is favored.
Seite 359 - Though our results after hysterectomy show the lowest mortality of any yet recorded, and though we have had but a single death after removal of the ovaries for fibroid in almost one hundred operations, we reject even the minor operation in favor of Dr. Apostoli's treatment, and we reject hysterectomy altogether on account of the mortality that has hitherto attended it all over the world. The method given us by Dr. Apostoli is good, and it will endure.
Seite 574 - By this, descent of the sinciput is hindered, and that of the occiput favored. When the latter is beginning to pass under the pubic arch, the fingers of the same hand are placed between it and the apex of the arch, so that when the occiput has cleared the arch the fingers are passed towards the nape of the neck, and the head thus grasped in the hand, the thumb lying over the sagittal suture.
Seite 574 - ... thus grasped in the hand, the thumb lying over the sagittal suture. This gives one complete command over the head which is now engaging in the diameters between the nape of the neck and forehead and face, and allows the whole passage with as little tear as possible.
Seite 257 - It was no more to chaste women " than so many statues." 97. Alonso of Arragon was wont to say in commendation of age, •' That age appeared to be best " in four things : old wood best to burn ; old wine " to drink ; old friends to trust ; and old authors to
Seite 258 - Engineers, etc. ; and GEORGE H. ROHE, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Hygiene, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore; Visiting Physician to Bay View and City Hospitals; Director of the Maryland Maternite; Associate Editor " Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences,
Seite 576 - But when, before the moment of greatest distention, the entering wedge is applied in the shape of a torn commissure, the laceration is easily carried into the depth of the perineal body. Lusk mentions a practice which has given him satisfaction, that is also intended to secure relaxation of these parts. "Between pains," he says, "I have been in the habit, in cases of rigidity, of alternately drawing the chin downward through the rectum until the head distends the perinaeum, and then allowing it to...
Seite 573 - He restrains the fetal head from passing too rapidly. He thus has always to get the occiput to lead, and to get it fully born first if possible. So far as I can judge, the best way of doing this is as follows: With the patient lying, of course, on her left side, the attendant places the thumb of his right hand, guarded...

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