A Handbook of obstetric nursing for nurses, students, and mothers

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P. Blakiston's Son & Company, 1900 - 262 pages
 

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Page 195 - months. INTERVALS OF FEEDING. 2 hours. 2^ hours. 3 hours. 3 hours. 3 hours. NUMBER OF FEEDINGS IN 24 HOURS. 10 8 6 6 5 AVERAGE AMOUNT AT EACH FEEDING. I ounce.
Page 198 - Diet from the second to the sixth week:— Milk, I tablespoonful Cream, 2 teaspoonfuls Milk sugar, ]^ teaspoonful Water, 2 tablespoonfuls for one portion, to be given every two hours, from 5 AM to II PM, amounting to seventeen
Page 225 - records the atmospheric conditions of the chamber. The air supplied to the infant is filtered through an absorbent cotton filter in box A ; this air can be taken from the room in which the apparatus is placed or directly from the outside by means of simple
Page 112 - it is the Golden Rule," Do unto others as you would that they should do to you.
Page 77 - as possible by stopping up all apertures, through which the gas might escape, by means of wet rags, which may be stuffed into the cracks around doors, windows, etc. The sulphur is put into a deep tin pan, which is placed upon two bricks, in a tub partly filled with water, in the middle of the room. A little alcohol
Page 198 - first week :— Cream, 2 teaspoonfuls Whey,* 3 teaspoonfuls Water (hot), . 3 teaspoonfuls Milk sugar, # teaspoonful for each portion; to be given every two hours, from 5 AM to n
Page 225 - box A ; this air can be taken from the room in which the apparatus is placed or directly from the outside by means of simple tubes. The revolving wheel, M, in chimney indicates the perfect circulation of air.
Page 196 - Keep the bottle there for twenty minutes. At the end of that time put the bottle on ice to check further digestion and to keep the milk from spoiling.
Page 196 - just so hot that the whole hand can be held in it for a minute without discomfort. Keep the bottle there
Page 196 - of bicarbonate of soda, and a gill of cold water; shake, then add a pint of fresh cold milk, and shake the mixture again. Place the bottle in water

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