Western Medical Review Volume 4, No. 1

Western Medical Review Volume 4, No. 1

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ... a new columna from the upper lip. This method would have the disadvantage of leaving a triangular gap in the septum, which would require an artificial plate to prevent a subsequent saddle nose deformity. Another modification well worth consideration would be to fill in the quadrangular gap in the second stage of the operation by a horseshoe flap taken from the infraorbital region of one side and the forehead. (Cassidy, .Med. Record, vol. " ?, page 534). These changes may all be made without disturbing the fundamental principle which have endeavored to emphasize, the transposition of the margins of the upper lateral cartilages to the location of the lower lateral cartilages so as to form a framework of sufficient rigidity to maintain the contour of the new ahe and so preserve the patulousness of the nostrils. To Kemovk a foreign body from under the nail, alternately soften the nail with the end of a match dipped in caustic potash and scrape with a piece of glass until the object is reached Milk Modification In The Home.--A mixture of cream and whole milk is more reliable than a mixture of cream and under milk, and the following formula will work well: Cream (twelve per cent.). 7 oz. 2 dr. Whole milk...8 oz. 1 dr. Li me water... 2 oz. Sugar of milk (dry). 1: oz. Water.... 22 oz. 5 dr. This formula gives forty ounces of a mixture containing three per cent, of fat. six per cent, of sugar, and one and a half per cent, of proteid; The advantage of this formula is that the fat and proteid may be gradually increased or diminished without frequent changing of the whole formula. To do this it is simply necessary fo alter the amount of milk and cream in the mixture.--Woscott, in Archives of l'edriatrics. January 16, 1899. PRACTICAL OBSTETRICS....show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236860160
  • 9781236860163