A Handbook Of Uterine Therapeutics And Of Diseases Of Women by Edward John TiltA Handbook Of Uterine Therapeutics And Of Diseases Of Women by Edward John Tilt

A Handbook Of Uterine Therapeutics And Of Diseases Of Women

byEdward John Tilt

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881. Excerpt: ... An author cannot pass in careful review the facts and theories of an art or science, without becoming aware of deficiencies that require to be made good and of matters of fact that need substantiating. I therefore draw attention to the following subjects as deserving further investigation. 1. Internal Metritis.--Intra-uterine injections should be again tried, with only one or two drachms of medicated fluid, after free dilatation of the cervix. 2. Uterine Hypertrophy.--The effects of mercury, given internally and in suppositories, should be carefully tried. Ergot should likewise be tried, given internally, in suppositories, and by subcutaneous injection. The internal exhibition of iodoform is worth trial, as well as the dressing, with the tincture of iodoform, of the sore made on th'e cervix by the application of potassa fusa c. calce. 3. Uterine Surgery.--The value of very hot-water injections should be well tried in pelvic operations. 4. Uterine Ulceration.--The value of iodoform, as a local application, by means of its ethereal tincture and by iodoformed wool, has to be ascertained. Boracic acid and boracic lint might be likewise tried. 5. Menorrhagia.--The subcutaneous injection of ergotine should be tried, likewise vaginal injections with hot water at 115 F., and also intrauterine injections of the same in post partum flooding and in that of abortion. 6. Cervical Stricture.--The value of the instantaneous dilatation of the cervix, recommended by Dr. Goodell, requires testing to ascertain whether it be the best way to dilate the cervix, and a cure for uterine flexions. 7. Displacements.--Dr. Cutter's system of uterine orthopedy noted at page 236, deserves trial. 8. Chronic Ovario-uterine Disease.--The utility of silk setons, applied above the pubes as ...
Title:A Handbook Of Uterine Therapeutics And Of Diseases Of WomenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:150 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.32 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217670571

ISBN - 13:9780217670579