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" The only gas fit for the lungs is the pure atmosphere freely administered, without fear ; its privation is the most constant and frequent cause of the progress of the disease. To live in and breathe freely the open air, without being deterred by the wind... "
Air and Health - Page 308
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 37

Medicine - 1840
...gases. The gas he likes is the fresh air, and it must be owned that it is after all a very good gas. "The only gas fit for the lungs is the pure atmosphere...alarm lest the consumptive patient should take cold." Now, then, for the plan. "In order then to restore a consumptive patient, it will be necessary especially...
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THE MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL REVIEW

JAMES JOHNSON , MD. - 1840
...gases. The gas he likes is the fresh air, and it must be owned that it is after all a very good gas. " The only gas fit for the lungs is the pure atmosphere...alarm lest the consumptive patient should take cold." Now, then, for the plan. " In order then to restore a consumptive patient, it will be necessary especially...
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An essay on the treatment and cure of pulmonary consumption

George Bodington - Tuberculosis - 1840 - 60 pages
...freely administered, without fear ; its privation is the most constant and frequent cause of the B 3 progress of the disease. To live in and breathe freely...alarm lest the consumptive patient should take cold : Thus one of the essential measures necessary for the cure of this fatal disease is neglected, from...
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The topography and climate of Apsley Guise

James Williams (M.D.) - 1858
...to continue so long as the patient lives, or, discontinuing, the consumption would supervene. . . . The only gas fit for the lungs is the pure atmosphere,...alarm lest the consumptive patient should take cold. Thus one of the essential measures necessary for the cure of this fatal disease is neglected, from...
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The Alpine Winter Cure: With Notes on Davos Platz, Wiesen, St. Moritz, and ...

Alfred Thomas Tucker Wise - Meteorology - 1884 - 85 pages
...consumption. In a small brochure, published by him forty-four years ago on this subject, he said: " To live in and" breathe freely the open air, without...the consumptive patient should take cold . . . The abode of the patient should be in an airy house in the country — if on an eminence, the better. The...
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Alpine Winter in Its Medical Aspects: With Notes on Davos Platz, Wiesen, St ...

Alfred Thomas Tucker Wise - Alps - 1885 - 121 pages
...consumption. In a small brochure, published by him forty-five years ago on this subject, he said: " To live in and breathe freely the open air, without...one important and essential remedy in arresting its progress—one about which there appears to have generally prevailed a groundless alarm less the consumptive...
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The Sanitarian, Volume 21

Hygiene - 1888
...was foreshadowed by the older writers. Dr. Bodington, of Warwickshire, forty-five years ago, said : " To live in and breathe freely the open air, without being deterred by the wind or weather, is one impor* " Alpine Winter in its Medical Aspects." tant and essential remedy in arresting the progress...
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Medical Record, Volume 36

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1889
...air, inhaling a pure aseptic« atmosphere. Dr. Bedingten, of Warwickshire, forty years ago, said : "To live in, and breathe freely, the open air, without being deterred by wind or weather, is one important and essential remedy in arresting the progress of phthisis." Regarding...
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Selected essays and monographs

1901 - 363 pages
...and sound principles, could not sustain itself for long, and must have perished nearly at its birth. The only gas fit for the lungs is the pure atmosphere...alarm lest the consumptive patient should take cold. Thus one of the essential measures necessary for the cure of this fatal disease is neglected, from...
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The Sanitarian: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volume 52

Agrippa Nelson Bell - Hygiene - 1904
...of Sutton Coldfields, in Warwickshire, who, in 1840, revived the open-air treatment of tuberculosis. "To live in and breathe freely the open air, without...one important and essential remedy in arresting its progress—one about which there appears to have generally prevailed a groundless alarm lest the consumptive...
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