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Page 5 - PHYSICIAN'S PULSE WATCH OR AN ESSAY TO EXPLAIN THE OLD ART OF FEELING THE PULSE and to improve it by the help of a pulse watch, FIRST EDITION, with advertisement leaf before p.
Page iii - Ewart, William, MD Cantab., FRCP Lond., MRCS Eng., Physician to St. George's Hospital, and to the Belgrave Hospital for Children ; formerly Assistant Physician and Pathologist to the Brompton Hospital for Consumption, etc., etc. THE PULSE SENSATIONS: A STUDY IN TACTILE SPHYGMOLOGY. 8vo, 510 pages, profusely illustrated, muslin, $3.25 net.
Page 5 - Introduction to the Science of the Pulse, as applied to the Practice of Medicine.
Page 5 - Essai sur le pouls, par rapport aux affections des principaux organes avec des figures qui represent les caracteres du pouls dans ces affections (Montpellier, 1767).
Page 104 - ... artery will be of medium size ; with care it can be distinguished among the surrounding structures between the beats, but it yields to pressure, does not give the idea of a cord, and cannot be rolled as such under the fingers ; it is flattened by moderate force, and does not then feel thick or hard. The individual pulse-waves reach the finger nearest the heart with a definite stroke...
Page 241 - the depth of the dicrotic notch is increased by any cause which diminishes the volume of blood which is thrown out by the ventricle at each contraction, and also by any cause, which, cceteria paribus, raises the pressure within the systemic arteries.
Page 374 - Sansom. Diseases of the Heart. The Diagnosis and Pathology of Diseases of the Heart and Thoracic Aorta. By A. ERNEST SANSOM, MD, FRCP, Physician to the London Hospital, etc. With Illustrations. 8vo. Cloth, $6.00 Sayre. Organic Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy. An Introduction to the Study of the Vegetable Kingdom and the Vegetable and Animal Drugs. Comprising the Botanical and Physical Characteristics, Source. Constituents, Pharmacopreial...
Page 241 - the nature of the heart's action has not been sufficiently taken into account as a factor in the production of increased dicrotism. A short sharp systole with rapid propulsion of the blood into the arteries will lead to a correspondingly sharp and energetic rebound or reactionary wave — that is to say, to increased depth of the dicrotic notch.
Page 269 - ... and diaphragm respectively, causes the transverse diameter to be the more considerable. In systole, on the other hand, with the contraction of the ventricles the walls become tense and resisting, the organ becomes rounded, the transverse diameter is diminished, the antero-posterior diameter increased.