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An Ephemeris of Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Therapeutics and Collateral ... - Page 2182
1899
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Twentieth Century Practice: Tuberculosis, yellow fever, and miscellaneous ...

Thomas Lathrop Stedman - 1900
...better than any other means. I recommend the method indicated by Novy and Waite," which is as follows: 1. All cracks or openings in the plaster or in the...blankets, carpets, etc., should be stretched out on '•>• line in order to expose as much surface to the disinfectant as I>ossible. They should not...
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Twentieth century practice, Volume 20

1900
...tatter than any other means. I recommend the method indicated bv Novy and Waite," which is as follows: 1. All cracks or openings in the plaster or in the...blankets, carpets, etc., should be stretched out on & Hue in order to expose as much surface to the disinfectant as possible. They should not be thrown...
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The Monthly Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine and Universal ..., Volume 4

Medicine - 1901
...cracks or openings in plaster or floor and about the door and windows should be closed by cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the action of the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. 3. The walls...
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The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific ..., Volume 29, Issue 5

Medicine - 1901
...cracks or openings in plaster or floor and about the door and windows should be closed by cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line In order to expose as much surface as possible to the action of the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. 3. The walls...
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Differential diagnosis and treatment of disease

Augustus Caillé - 1908 - 867 pages
...nasopharynx and prevent infection. (See Nasopharyngeal Toilet.) Disinfectants The Disinfection of Rooms. — 1. All cracks or openings in the plaster or in the...expose as much surface to the disinfectant as possible. FIG. 205. — FORMALDEHYDE STERILIZER. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended...
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The Prevention and cure of tuberculosis

1905 - 246 pages
...in the plaster, in the floor, -or about the doors and windows should be caulked tight with cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended by...
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Diagnosis and modern treatment of pulmonary consumption

Arthur Latham - Tuberculosis - 1907 - 259 pages
...cracks or openings in the plaster, or in the floor, or about the door or windows, should be corked tight with cotton or with strips of cloth. 2. The...should be stretched out on a line in order to expose as large a surface to the disinfectant as possible ; they should not be thrown into a heap. Books should...
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Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses and how to Combat it: With ...

Sigard Adolphus Knopf - Hygiene - 1907 - 104 pages
...in the plaster, in the floor, or about the doors and windows should be caulked tight with cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended by...
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Tuberculosis a preventable and curable disease: modern methods for the ...

Sigard Adolphus Knopf - Tuberculosis - 1909 - 392 pages
...in the plaster, in the floor, or about the doors or windows should be caulked tight with cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended by...
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Tuberculosis, a preventable and curable disease

Sigard Adolphus Knopf - Medical - 1910 - 394 pages
...in the plaster, in the floor, or about the doors or windows should be caulked tight with cotton or strips of cloth. 2. The linen, quilts, blankets, carpets,...stretched out on a line in order to expose as much surface as possible to the disinfectant. They should not be thrown into a heap. Books should be suspended by...
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