New manual of homoeopathic veterinary medicine by Friedrich August GuntherNew manual of homoeopathic veterinary medicine by Friedrich August Gunther

New manual of homoeopathic veterinary medicine

byFriedrich August Gunther

Paperback | September 12, 2013

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847 edition. Excerpt: ...but we must not neglect to keep the horse in a dry place, and to attend to the cleanliness of the foot. Acidum phorphoricum has been used with success. Lachesis and creosote are also useful remedies. WOUNDS OF THE FOOT. As soon as a nail, a shell, thorn, splinter, &c., has penetrated the sole of a horse's foot, and the foreign body remains therein, the immediate consequence is that the injured part becomes inflamed, and by degree passes into suppuration, a circumstance which will cause the animal to limp very much. There is often some difficulty in discovering the matter, because the hoof sometimes contracts and closes over the foreign body, so as completely to conceal it. The first thing to be done when the seat of lameness is discovered, is to freely use the drawing knife, and cut the horn away from the injured parts so as to completely LAMENESS FROM THE PRICK OF A NAIL. 201 evacuate the pus, should it have gone on to suppuration; and fomentations of arnica water are to be applied. It is necessary also to prescribe some doses of arnica internally. If there exist acute inflammation, aconitum and squilla are found useful, just as acidum phosphirricum and arsenicum are in the case of acute pain. "When suppuration has commenced, mercurius or kepar sulphuris should be used; carbo vegetabilis, calcarea, and silicea are also useful remedies. If the wound has degenerated into an ulcer, it is to be treated like other ulcers, chiefly with squilla, arsenicum and sulphur; ladiesis, baryta, carbonica and creosote, used internally and externally, will be found worthy of attention. LAMENESS FROM THE PRICK OP A NAIL. It not unfrequently happens that in shoeing a horse, a nail is driven in a wrong direction, frequently penetrating or pressing...
Title:New manual of homoeopathic veterinary medicineFormat:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.25 inPublished:September 12, 2013Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1230319026

ISBN - 13:9781230319025

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