Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Disorders of the Bladder: With Technique of Cystoscopy

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E.B. Treat & Company, 1909 - Bladder - 224 pages
 

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Page 30 - Local remedies and taking medicines for a few months will not cure you. You must be treated for three years. The effects of this disease are far-reaching, and if treatment is neglected much trouble and suffering may be caused, not only to yourself, but to others. The following rules must be observed during the first year: 1. Sexual intercourse should not be indulged in. 2. Alcohol in all forms should be avoided, as it always aggravates the disease. 3. Do not smoke or chew tobacco.
Page 29 - clap," is a local contagious disease which requires treatment until the physician pronounces you cured. To avoid infecting others and to prevent complications, as bubo, stricture, swollen testicles, etc., the following rules should be observed: 1. During the first few weeks walking should be limited. When the discharge is profuse, you should keep off your feet as much as possible. 2. Do not use alcohol in any form, as it always prolongs the disease. Drink milk, tea, vichy or seltzer, and from six...
Page 29 - Instructions to Those Having Gonorrhea or " Clap." — Gonorrhea or " clap " is a local contagious disease which requires treatment until the physician pronounces you cured. To avoid infecting others and to prevent complications, a bubo, stricture, swollen testicles, etc., the following rules should be observed: 1. During the first few weeks walking should be limited. When the discharge is profuse you should keep off your feet as much as possible. 2. Do not use alcohol in any form, as it always prolongs...
Page 31 - The dangers of serious disease are always great and cannot be avoided outside of marriage. 5. If disease is contracted it often does permanent harm not only to the man, but to his future wife and children. 6.
Page 29 - The discharge if carried to the eyes will cause blindness. (5) Sleep alone and be sure that no one uses any of your toilet articles, particularly towels and wash cloths. (6) Never lend your syringe to any one and as soon as you are well destroy it. (7) Be sure that the bowels move every day. If they are inclined to be constipated take a dose of rochelle salts before breakfast. (8) Do not use mustard, pepper, horseradish, or stimulating sauces on your food. Instructions to those suffering from syphilis:...
Page 30 - Sexual intercourse should not be indulged in. 2. Alcohol in all forms should be avoided as it always aggravates the disease. 3. Do not smoke or chew tobacco. 4. Sleep alone. 5. Under no circumstances should anyone be allowed to >use your toilet articles, such as towels, brushes, combs, razors, shaving brushes, etc.
Page 30 - You must be treated for 3 years. The effects of this disease are far-reaching, and if treatment is neglected much trouble and suffering may be caused, not only to yourself, but to others. The following rules must be observed ' during the first year: (1) Sexual intercourse should not be indulged in. (2) Alcohol in all forms should be avoided as it always aggravates the disease. (3) Do not smoke or chew tobacco. (4) Sleep alone. (5) Under no circumstances should any one be allowed to use your toilet...
Page 30 - You must not kiss any one, especially children. 8. Brush your teeth night and morning and keep your mouth clean. 9. If you have bad teeth have them attended to by a dentist, and be sure to tell him that you have syphilis, so that he may take the necessary precautions and avoid the possibility of infecting others. 10. Acids in food and drink should be limited.
Page 55 - ... bladder. Casts of small diameter are observed chiefly in circulatory (hyperemic) and toxic (ether narcosis, intestinal fermentation, etc.) disturbances of the kidneys, and in interstitial nephritis; those of large diameter are most cornFig. 430. — Severe acute (at first decidedly hemorrhagic) nephritis which ended fatally in four weeks. X 350. h, hyaline cast ; g, granular cast ; w, waxy cast ; e, epithelial cast ; ep, free renal epithelia. Also two finely granular, uniformly fatty renal epithelia....
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