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On the Nature, Signs, and Treatment of Childbed Fevers: In a Series of ...
Charles D. Meigs
No preview available - 2016
On the Nature, Signs, and Treatment of Childbed Fevers;
Charles Delucena 1792-1869 [Fro Meigs
No preview available - 2015
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Page 142 - The most remarkable circumstance which the experience of the last few years has taught us about peritoneal fevers is, that they may occur in their most malignant and fatal form, and yet leave few or no vestiges in the peritoneum after death. The state of this membrane indicated by pain and tenderness of the abdomen, with a rapid pulse, appears to be not one uniform state, but one which varies so much in different cases, that a scale might be formed of its several varieties; this scale would begin...
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Page 93 - IN collecting, enforcing, and adding to the evidence accumulated upon this most serious subject, I would not be understood to imply that there exists a doubt in the mind of any well-informed member of the medical profession as to the fact that puerperal fever is sometimes communicated from one person to another, both directly and indirectly.