Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technic: A Manual of Practical Procedures Employed in Diagnosis and Treatment

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Saunders, 1921 - Diagnosis - 894 pages
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Page 782 - All food or fluid not taken must be weighed or measured after meals, and charted in the spaces below. Allow no food or fluid of any kind except at meal times. Note any mishaps or irregularities that occur in giving the diet or collecting the specimens. BREAKFAST, 8 AM Boiled oatmeal, 100 gm.
Page 5 - The plan of the work comprises, first, a description of certain general diagnostic and therapeutic methods and, second, a description of those measures employed in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting special regions and organs of the body. .Operative methods...
Page 783 - Water, 200 cc Dinner, 12 Noon. Meat soup, 180 cc Beefsteak, 100 gm Potato (baked, mashed or boiled), 130 gm. . . . Green vegetables as desired Two slices bread (30 gm. each) Butter, 20 gm Tea, 180 cc Sugar, 1 teaspoonful Milk, 20 cc Water, 250 cc Pudding (tapioca or rice), 110 gm Supper, 5 P.
Page 783 - No food or fluid is to be given during the night or until 8 o'clock next morning (after voiding) when the regular diet is resumed. Patient is to empty bladder at 8 AM and at the end of each period as indicated below. The specimens are to be collected for the following periods in properly labeled bottles...
Page 54 - ... with the part of the left tube which comes from the ether bottle. When the stop-cock in the right branch (St. 2) is closed, all the air passes through the ether bottle; when. instead, both stop-cocks in the left branch (St. 1 and St. 4) are closed, only pure air reaches the intratracheal tube, and when all three stop-cocks are open only one-half of the air is saturated with the anesthetic. By partial closing of the stop-cocks various degrees of anesthesia can be obtained. The third opening in...
Page 783 - Fruit (stewed or fresh) — 1 portion Water— 300 cc 8 AM No food or fluid is to be given during the night or until 8 o'clock the next morning (after voiding), when the regular diet is resumed. Patient is to empty bladder at 8 AM and at the end of each period, as indicated below.
Page 53 - By means of a glass-blower's foot-bellows (B) air is driven at will through a system of branching tubes into the intratracheal tube (In.-T.). The first branching of the tubes is introduced for the purpose of regulating the interruption of the airstream. From the right branch a tube is let!
Page 178 - The patient, in the prone position, is subjected at once to rapid rhythmic pressure upon the chest, with one hand on each side of the sternum. This pressure produces artificial respiration and a moderate artificial circulation. A cannula is inserted toward the heart into an artery. Normal saline, Ringer's or Locke's solution, or, in their absence, sterile water, or, in extremity, even tap water is infused by means of a funnel and rubber tubing. But as soon as the flow has begun the rubber tubing...
Page 148 - The cannula is built on the principle of a monkey-wrench, and can be enlarged or narrowed to any size desired by means of a screw at its end. The smallest lumen obtainable is about equal to that of the smallest Crile cannula, and the largest greater than the lumen of any radial artery. The instrument is cone-shaped at its tip, a short distance from which is a ridge with four small pin-points which are directed backward. The lumen of the cannula at its base is larger than at the tip.
Page 140 - Serum agglutinates no corpuscles. Corpuscles agglutinated by sera of Groups II, III, and IV. Group II. — Serum agglutinates corpuscles of Groups I, and III. Corpuscles agglutinated by sera of Groups III, and IV. Group III.

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