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A Popular Treatise On Colds And Affections Of The Air Passages And Lungs

Robert Hunter

A Popular Treatise On Colds And Affections Of The Air Passages And Lungs

by Robert Hunter

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11941395M
    ISBN 101432657461
    ISBN 109781432657468
    OCLC/WorldCa156828758

    Chronic cough sometimes remains after influenza. Bronchitis or pneumonia is to be feared when the pulse and breathing are quick, and the cough frequent. An examination of the chest will disclose any affection of the air-passages or of the lungs. Pharyngitis, or inflammation of the throat, is an occasional accompaniment of catarrh. There is. People usually suppose a cold is always taken by passing from a warm to a colder atmosphere, but frequently passing from cold out-door air into a highly-heated room, will occasion a suppression of the external circulation, and produce a cold. The body when excessively cold should be warmed gradually.

    Expectoration becomes less frequent; the source of the affection seems to retreat upward, the sputa come from the upper air-passages, and without the preliminaries of a worrying cough. Their quantity gradually diminishes, and the relief is permanent, while cough-medicines loosen the phlegm only by increasing its quantum, and discharging it with.   The patient kicks with his feet when the air is shut up in the lungs and cannot find an outlet, owing to the phlegm; and rushing by the blood upward and downward, it occasions convulsions and pain, and therefore he kicks with his feet. All these symptoms he endures when the cold phlegm passes into the warm blood, for it congeals and stops the.

      Overview Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that causes obstructed airflow from the lungs. Symptoms include breathing difficulty, cough, mucus (sputum) production and wheezing. It’s caused by long-term exposure to irritating gases or particulate matter, most often from cigarette smoke. People with . This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. Kindle: KB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. ePub: KB.


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A Treatise on the Diseases of the Chest, Tr. by J. Forbes Popular passages. Page 23 - answering to the entrance of the air into, and its expulsion from, the air-cells of the lungs. This murmur may be compared to that produced by a pair of bellows whose valve makes no noise.

CHRONIC CATARRH: ITS SYMPTOMS, CAUSES AND EFFECTS.; A FEW PRACTICAL REMARKS BY DR. LIGHTHILL, Author of "A Popular Treatise. Page 30 - Padmdsana the same treatise says, that it consists in placing the left foot upon the right thigh, and the right foot upon the left thigh, in holding with the right hand the right great toe, and with the left hand the left great toe, the hands coming from behind the back and crossing each other ; while the chin, rests on the interclavicular space, and the sight is fixed on the tip of.

Cold is a tonic that invigorates the respiratory organs when all other stimulants fail, and, combined with arm-exercise and certain dietetic alteratives, fresh, cold air is the best remedy for all the disorders of the lungs and upper air-passages. Full text of "A Practical treatise on the diseases of children" See other formats.

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This is in some measure communicated to the whole system, but appears more especially in the functions of the stomach. Popular passages. Page 32 - 10». THE CHANGE OF LIFE IN HEALTH AND DISEASE: a Practical Treatise on the Nervous and other Affections incidental to Women at the Decline of Life.

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A practical treatise on the diseases of the throat and lungs with their treatment by inhalation 1 A text-book of diseases of the nose and throat 1 A treatise on diseases of the air passages: comprising an inquiry into the history, pathology, causes, and treatment, of those affections of the throat called bronchitis, chronic laryngitis.

A concise and practical treatise on the principal diseases of the air-passages, lungs, and pleura Cases illustrative of the efficacy of various medicines admiinistered by inhalation in pulmonary consumption; in certain morbid states of the trachea and bronchial tubes, attended with distressing cough; and in asthma.

Air is gaseous food, and the body of an ill-fed man who stints his lungs in life-air is thus suffering under a compound system of starvation. Hence the occasional rapidity in the development of tubercular consumption, and its frightful ravages in the homes of the poor, and in the stuffy tenements of French dress-makers and Silesian weavers.

The nose being the upper extremity of the air passages, the lungs are in intimate nervous sympathy with it, and affections of the nose often produce symptoms in the lungs.

Polypi sometimes have their origin in the anterior part of the nasal mucous membrane, and when of any size they can be seen as red moist masses on looking into the nostrils. the lancet foreign bodies in the œsophagus and respiratory passages.

remarks on the dangers arising from their impaction and some difficulties which may be met with in their removal: a plea for the abolition of the coin-catcher, the blind use of the bougie and probang, and their replacement by the direct endoscopic methods of extraction irwin moore m.b., c.m.

edin. This section is from the book "A Treatise On Therapeutics, And Pharmacology Or Materia Epidemic cholera I believe to be a different affection from ordinary cholera morbus, and to depend on a different cause.

Thus, in hemorrhage from the lungs, or air-passages, it proves serviceable by allaying the irritative cough, which, by agitating.

Indoor pollution, caused by a lack of circulating fresh air in the home (the most common culprits are air conditioning and certain types of heating systems, as well as energy-saving devices such as double-paned windows that keep the air locked in the house), can also contribute to irritation and hypersecretion of the sinus cavities.1.

A medical treatise on the causes and curability of consumption, laryngitis, chronic catarrh and diseases of the air-passages: combining the treatment by inhalation of medicated vapors: also, a new and accurate method for the diagnosis of consumption, or how to detect its signs and symptoms in its various stages: also, including many chronic and nervous diseases, humors.

The first original English language book of A Treatise on the Diseases of the Chest was by William Stokes of Dublin, Ireland. He placed emphysema of the lung of Laënnec within the chapter on bronchitis. Stokes preferred to simply call emphysema dilation of the air cells, but recognized that rupture of the parities played a role.