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" That in all cases of threatened or inflamed breast, well regulated pressure by means of an elastic bandage should be applied, and no attempt should be made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. The... "
St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal - Page 383
1889
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Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, Volumes 1-20

American Gynecological Society - Gynecology - 1895
...or the breast of an inflamed nipple, should be supported in a well-applied bandage, and no attempt made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. So long as one or more indurations remain nursing is contra-indicated. Sore and fissured nipples often...
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Quarterly Epitome of American Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 6

1885
...continuance are removed. The inflamed breast should be supported in a well-applied bandage, and no attempt made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. Sore and fissured nipples often produce inflammation of the breast. If, therefore, in any particular...
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Volume 7

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - Medicine - 1889
...inflamed breast, well-regulated pressure by means of elastic bandage should be applied, and no attempt made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the...of the elastic bandage over an ordinary roller:— I. It is easier of application. II. The pressure more uniform. III. Not so likely to slip. IV. More...
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland: Vol. I-XXXVI and ...

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 1889
...inflamed breast, well-regulated pressure by means of elastic bandage should be applied, and no attempt made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the...advantages of the elastic bandage over an ordinary roller : — I. It is easier of application. II. The pressure more uniform. III. Not so likely to slip. IV....
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Canada Lancet, Volume 22

Medicine - 1890
...state, begins to abate when such stimulus is withdrawn, and will entirely cease after a week or two. That in all cases of threatened or inflamed breast,...comfortable to the patient, as requiring much less material. 5. It is not necessary to apply it over the shoulders. THE PATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CHLOROFORM...
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Clinical Gynæcology, Medical and Surgical

John Marie Keating - Women - 1894 - 994 pages
...cases of threatened inflammation of the breast, or where it has already taken place, well-regulated pressure by means of an elastic bandage should be applied, and no attempt made to nurse ot to withdraw secretion until the subsidence of the inflammation. As to the advantages...
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Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences and Analytical Index: A Yearly ...

1896
...or the breast of an inflamed nipple, should be supported in a well-applied bandage, and no attempt made to nurse or withdraw the secretion until the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. He always bandages the breast after mastitis, still-birth, and -whenever weaning is rendered necessary...
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The Cincinnati Medical Journal, Volume 5

Medicine - 1890
...means, continues to be employed. 3°. That the secretion of milk, either in the normal or inflammatory state, begins to abate when such stimulus is withdrawn,...of the elastic bandage over an ordinary roller are: i°. It is easier of application. 2°. The pressure is more uniform. 3°. It is not so likely to slip....
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Archives of Gynecology, Obstetrics and Pediatrics

Gynecology - 1890
...entirely cease after a week or two. 4. In all cases of threatened or inflamed breast, well-regulated pressure by means of an elastic bandage should be...the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. In treatment the advantages of an elastic bandage over an ordinary roller are: i. It is easier of application....
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Occidental Medical Times, Volume 4

Medicine - 1890
...within a week or two. (4) In all cases of actually or prospectively inflamed breast, well-regulated pressure by means of an elastic bandage should be applied, and no attempt should be made to nurse or remove the secretion until after the entire subsidence of the inflammatory movement. The advantages...
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