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" The first step in all wounds, is TO STOP THE BLEEDING. If the flow of blood is but trifling, draw the edges of the wound together with your hand, and hold them in that position some time, when it will frequently stop. If, on the contrary, it is large,... "
The Skillful Housewife's Book: Or Complete Guide to Domestic Cookery : Taste ... - Page 59
by Mrs. L. G. Abell - 1852 - 8 pages
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Mackenzie's five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts

Colin MacKenzie - 1853 - 456 pages
...bleeding. If the fliw of blood is but iririinjr, draw th» edges of the wound together with your hand, am' hold them in that position some time, when it will frequently stop. If, on the contrxi-y, it is large, of a bright red colour, flowing in spirts or with a j=rk, clap your finger...
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The Farmers and Emigrants Complete Guide: Or a Hand Book, with Copious Hints ...

Josiah T. Marshall - Agriculture - 1857 - 492 pages
...among the latter are included gunshot wounds. The first step in all wounds, is TO STOP THE BLEEDING. If the flow of blood is but trifling, draw the edges...spirts or with a jerk, clap your finger on the spot it springs from, and hold it there with a firm pressure, while you direct some one to pass a handkerchief...
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Gunn's domestic medicine, or, Poor man's friend, in the hours of affliction ...

John C. Gunn - Materia medica - 1860 - 893 pages
...In all wounds, the first thing to be done is to endeavour to stop the flow of blood ; should this be but trifling, draw the edges of the wound together with your hand, and hold them in that position for some time, when the Jblood will frequently stop. If it «till continues, and the quantity large,...
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Mackenzie's Ten Thousand Receipts: In All the Useful and Domestic Arts ...

Colin MacKenzie - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1867 - 496 pages
...among the latterare included gun-shot wounds. The first step in all wound», is To Stop the Weeding. If the flow of blood is but trifling, draw the edges of the wound together with your band, and bold them in that position some time, when it will frequently stop. If, on the contrary,...
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