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" If these fail, blisters may be applied to the back of the neck or behind the ears. "
Memoirs of military surgery: Containing the practice of the French military ... - Page 15
by Dominique Jean baron Larrey, John Augustine Waller - 1815 - 267 pages
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The study of medicine, Volume 2

John Mason Good - 1829
...Ophthalmills. Blisters. Emetic trcatment. Local applications. After these measures have been adopted, blisters may be applied to the back of the neck, or behind the ear. Mr. Lawrence is of opinion, that, in active inflammation, they should never be applied nearer...
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A treatise on the diseases of the eye and its appendages, Volume 1

Richard Middlemore - 1835
...and immediately after the employment of depleting measures, if such measures are deemed necessary, blisters may be applied to the back of the neck or behind the ears, and they may either be frequently repeated or a discharging surface may be maintained for some time...
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The House We Live in: How to Keep it in Order; Or, The Experience of Seventy ...

S. P. Sedgwick - Medicine - 1869 - 428 pages
...the head cool. If the inflammation does not promptly yield to the above treatment, blisters should be applied to the back of the neck or behind the ears. It frequently happens that the patient is bilious, and would have Fever and Ague, or some other form...
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A Manual of the Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of Students and ...

Henry C. Moir - 1883 - 455 pages
...dispensed with whenever the skin is cold. After return of consciousness, blisters or sinapisms should be applied to the back of the neck or behind the ears. The bromide should be continued for at least two weeks after the return to consciousness. When convenient,...
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Our Family Physician

Henry Rice Stout - Medicine, Popular - 1887 - 477 pages
...countenance pale, and extremities cold, wine or other stimulants should be given, and blisters should be applied to the back of the neck or behind the ears. If the patient is sleepless, two grains of Acetate or Muriate of Morphine, dissolved in four ounces...
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