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" I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where the isolation of the sick is difficult, if not impossible, the noxious air around the patient may, by this simple means, be restored to practical... "
Best of everything, by the author of 'Enquire within'. - Page 78
by Robert Kemp Philp - 1870
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Scientific Opinion, Volume 3

Science - 1870
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lunge will be the protection of the entire system. For it...
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Scientific Opinion Volume III

Scientific Opinion Volume III - 1870
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lungs will be the protection of the entire system. For it...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...air around the patient may, by this simple means, l>e restored to practical purity. Thus filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where the isolatimi of the sick is difficult, if not impossible. the noxious...air around the patient may, by this simple means, lie restored to practical purity. Thus filtered. Attendu)!! may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability...
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The Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated, Volumes 50-51

Phrenology - 1870
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defense against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where the isolation of the sick is difllcult, if not impossible, the noxious air around the patient may by this simple means be restored...
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The North American journal of homeopathy

American Medical Union - Health & Fitness - 1871
...this evening, such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lungs will be the protection of the entire system. For it...
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Half Hours with Modern Scientists, Volume 1

Science - 1871
...this evening, such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lungs will be protection of the entire system. For it is exceedingly...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of the ...

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1872
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lungs will be the protection of the entire system. For it...
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Proceedings, Volume 6

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1872
...this evening such respirators must, I think, come into general use as a defence against contagion. In the crowded dwellings of the London poor, where...filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. In all probability the protection of the lungs will be the protection of the entire system. For it...
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A Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene, for Educational Institutions and ...

Joseph Chrisman Hutchison - Physiology - 1872 - 270 pages
...remarks that, " by breathing through a cotton wool respirator, the noxious air of the sick room is restored to practical purity. Thus filtered, attendants may breathe the air unharmed. 29. The air of rooms in which fever-sick persons are confined ? 30. Animalcnla in the water J Duct...
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