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CHAPTER PAGE I Cannulization for Infusion and Transfusion
The Principles and Practice of Continuous Intravenous including Intramedullary Infusions
Alterna tive Methods
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abdominal wall abscess acute appendicitis adhesive plaster administered ampoule anaesthetic anaesthetist appendicectomy appendix abscess blood blood-pressure bottle Brit caecostomy caecum cannula cardiac massage catgut catheter cent citrate closed condition Crohn's disease delayed treatment diagnosis diffuse peritonitis diverticulitis dose drain drainage tube drip employed examination faecal finger fluid forceps Fowler's position gangrenous gastric aspiration gauze glucose gridiron incision haemostat ileostomy ileum iliac fossa inflamed infusion injected inserted intestinal obstruction intravenous intravenous therapy jejunostomy Lancet laparotomy ligature Meckel's diverticulum meso-appendix method minutes muscle necessary novocain nurse occur Ochsner-Sherren omentum opening the abdomen operating theatre oxygen passed patient pelvic abscess penicillin pentothal perforated peritoneal cavity peritoneum pint plasma pulse puncture purse-string suture rectal rectus removed rubber tubing salpingitis saphenous vein serum shown in Fig skin spinal anaesthesia sterile stitch sulphanilamide powder sulphonamide suprapubic drainage Surg surgeon sutures swab symptoms syringe therapy tissues transfusion trocar usually vaseline vomiting wound