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Air and Health - Page 307
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 37

Medicine - 1840
...bottom ; the atmosphere is in such situations comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the weather...passes into the lungs, the greater will be the benefit ihe patient will derive. Sharp frosty days in the winter season are most favourable." We dare say Mr....
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An essay on the treatment and cure of pulmonary consumption

George Bodington - Tuberculosis - 1840 - 60 pages
...bottom ; the atmosphere is in such situations comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the weather...patient will derive. Sharp frosty days in the winter season are most favourable. The application of cold pure air to the interior surface of the lungs is...
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THE MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL REVIEW

JAMES JOHNSON , MD. - 1840
...bottom ; the atmosphere is in such situations comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the weather...patient will derive. Sharp frosty days in the winter season are most favourable." We dare say Mr. Bodington will not admire our opinion, or deem it the...
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The Alpine Winter Cure: With Notes on Davos Platz, Wiesen, St. Moritz, and ...

Alfred Thomas Tucker Wise - Meteorology - 1884 - 85 pages
...comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the w eather from exercise in the open air ; if wet and rainy,...patient will derive. Sharp, frosty days in the winter season are most favourable. The application of cold, pure air to the interior surface of the lungs...
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Alpine Winter in Its Medical Aspects: With Notes on Davos Platz, Wiesen, St ...

Alfred Thomas Tucker Wise - Alps - 1885 - 121 pages
...bottom. The atmosphere is in such situations comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the weather...patient will derive. Sharp, frosty days in the winter season are most favourable. The application of cold, pure air to the interior surface of the lungs...
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Selected essays and monographs

1901 - 363 pages
...bottom ; the atmosphere is in such situations comparatively free from fogs and dampness. The patient ought never to be deterred by the state of the weather...patient will derive. Sharp frosty days in the winter season are most favourable. The application of cold pure air to the interior surface of the lungs is...
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Annual Report of the Medical Officer: Supplement to the ..., Volume 35, Issue 2

Great Britain. Medical Department - 1908
...patient ought never to be deterred from the state of the weather from exercise in the open air .... " The cold is never too severe for the consumptive patient...patient will derive. Sharp frosty days in the winter season are most favourable." He had, too, a clearer insight into the whole problem and the difficulties...
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Information for the Tuberculous

Frederick William Wittich - Tuberculosis - 1918 - 150 pages
...its progress." He also made the observation that cold air was not injurious to the tuberculous lung; "The cold is never too severe for the consumptive...greater will be the benefit the patient will derive." There are enthusiastic advocates for almost every known altitude and climate. There is no ideal climate...
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The Clinique, Volume 9

Homeopathy - 1888
...page 277. vocated " dry, frosty air " for this class of patients. One of his arguments reads : ' ' The cooler the air which passes into the lungs the...patient will derive. Sharp, frosty days in the winter season are most favorable. The application of cold, pure air to the interior surface of the lungs is...
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