The Practitioner's Handbook of Treatment, Or, The Principles of Therapeutics

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Combined prescriptions
29
Adjuncts
32
Hygienic arrangements accompaniments
33
The choice of remedies
34
H A P T E R I I
35
The effects of saliva of the gastric juice of pnncreatine Intestinal absorption 1he function of the liver
36
Sialogogues
38
Digestion Artificial aids Pepsine
39
Stomachics AlkaliesBitters
41
Action of the pancreas Effects of ether Pancreatic emulsion
44
Intestinal action Purgatives
46
Haamatics Lime Iron Combinations Spccifics in specific anremia
47
Value of water Dilution lissue Bathing Mineral waters
51
Tonicsmental material Aromatic Astringent Combinations of
53
Change of ail Cold water
57
in secretory organs
59
The lungs and skin Uutaneous respiration Skin and kidneys
66
Anaemia from imperfect excretion Specific haamatics
72
Use of Alteratives Hydropathy
78
Normal temperature
86
Effects of high temperature on tissues
92
Depressants Antimony Aconite Veratrnm Action of alcohol
100
Quinine and digitalis
106
INFLAMMATION2 ITS VARIETIES
113
48 Calomel and opium Local applications
120
Convalesccnce its management
121
Asthenic inflammation its treatment
124
Specific inflammations and their management
127
Parenchymatousiuflammations their course
130
lheir treatment
132
Inflammatory products their indications
133
CHAPTER XX
134
H A P T E R V I
135
Indications for treatment
137
Specific anamia
139
Plethora its causal associations 111
144
Congestion its forms and causes
147
Edema its causation in relation to treatment
152
Disturbances of growth Dentition
153
THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
154
lroubles of digestion Infantile remittent fever
156
Bronchitis in children Colds
158
Imperfect tissue growth Oil inunctions Struma Tuberclc Syphilis Indications for management
159
Decay Senile decay its oncome and pathology
164
Indications for treatment Diet Alcohol Cl0thes
167
Nutrition nervous and vascular
169
Fatty degeneration
172
Rheums
173
H A P T E R V I I I
175
Connective tissue normal and abnormal
180
Pathological but perfect connective tissue
181
Progress of tubercle Relations to treatment
185
Importance of tat Food Codliver oil Climate
188
Hectic fever its treatment Effects of rest Preventive measures
192
Malignant connective tissne Cancer its varieties
195
Therapeutic indications
196
H A P T E R I X
199
Remedial agents their aetion Antisepties
202
Specific poisons Malaria its seat
204
Quinine how to be given Malarial dysentery Ipecacuan
206
Cholera its nature and treatment
209
Specific fevers their general management
210
Special points to be attended to
211
Diphtheria its indications
213
Influenza its treatment
214
Dengue Yellow fever
215
H A P T E R X
217
Hemorrhage its management Other discharges their treatment
220
Syncope its treatment Asphyxia its management
222
The theory of stimulants
224
Circumstances modifying the action of stimulants Secondary effects of excessive stimulation
228
Medicinal stimulation
229
Alcohol as a food its other actions its use in couvalescence
230
The relations of acute and chronic disease Aeute disease becoming chronic its indications
234
Respiratory and plastic foods Nitrogenized
235
PAGE
236
The balance of parts in power as well as in function in chronic dis ease and in convalescence
237
Chronic disease becoming acute
239
sBCr PAGE 102 Diabetes its origin forms of relation to Brights disease
241
Treatmenthygienic dietetic and medicinal
244
Rheumatism what is it?
245
Acute rheumatism Principles of treatment After management
247
Chronic rheumatism Therapeutics of general and local
250
GoutLithiasis
253
Origin and manifestations
255
Treatment of lithiasia
258
Suppressed gout its management
262
Rheumatic gout
264
The constitution its outward iudications Physiognomical diagnosis
266
Diatheses their influence over ailments
269
The gouty diathesis
270
The nervous diathesis
271
The strumous diathesis
274
The lymphatic diathesis
277
Cachexiae The syphilitic cachexia its importance in treatment
278
Mercury and iodine in syphilis
280
Lead poisoning
283
Forms of neurotics their action
284
Opium its action on different centres on the vascular system on the nervous system in the relief of pain
285
Effect on motor and secretory actions
290
Hydrate of chloral
291
Bromide of potassium
293
The use of these several agents
296
Astringents their combinations with sedatives
298
Inaction Belladonna Cannabis Indica
300
Quinine and strychnine their use
302
Combination of neurotics in practice
305
Irritation and counterirritation External use of sedatives
306
sECT rsoa 134 Groups of maladies
311
Bloodpressure efiects of agents upon
312
Secondary affections of the heart Angina pectoris imperfect forms of treatment of
330
Neurosal affections of the heart Palpitation Irritable heart
332
Auaamic disturbances
333
Importance of accurate diagnosis in treatment
335
147a Aneurism
336
H A P T E R X V
338
The treatment of catarrh
341
bronchitis Its treatment _
342
Bronchitis and asthma
344
Afiectious of the lung structure Pneumonia its management Asthenic pneumonia
347
Localized pneumonia Nutrition
349
Treatment general and special
351
Bronchopneumonia
353
Pleuritic efiusion its treatment
355
Cough its varieties and their treatment
356
Dyspnoea forms of and treatment
360
Haemoptysis
361
EH01 _ PAGI 161 Dyspepsia how occasioned
363
The theory of emetics direct and indirect
364
Points in diet Distant irritation
368
Liver atlections The action of mercury Superfluous bile
369
Tropical biliary disturbances Sir Joseph Fayrers remarks Intes tinal acidity of Prout
371
Constipation Purgativesgentle cathartic points in each Mer cury
373
Purgatives in intestinal stricture in the aged and at the menopause Purgative waters
378
Enteritis Opium in
385
CHAPTER XVII
387
Vater excretion
388
Diuretics Hydragogue diuretics Simple diuretics lhe use of each
390
Acute nephritis its treatment
393
Albuminuria its management
395
Brights disease chronic
398
Its treatment Action of the skin
401
The diet
402
Fluids
406
Remedial measures
407
In valvular disease of the heart
408
Vesical maladies
409
CHAPTER XVIII
411
183 Importance of the ailments of women 4l1 184 In relation to the nervous system
412
Anaphrodisiacs
413
Blenorrhagia in both sexes Its management
415
Puberty in girls Points in practice
417
The menopause
419
Amenorrhcsaits forms their treatment
420
Menorrhagia its varieties and treatment
422
Dysmenorrhuaa
426
CHAPTER XIX
428
Skin diseases their causation and general management
434
What is inflammation? as a morbid process as a means of cure
435
Their relations to the stomach uterus liver and kidneys
436
Syphilidae lheir treatment
439
N eurosal skin affections
440
Injuries and parasites Their treatment
441
C0rns Vaits
442
Ulcers Principles of treatment
443
Nore Fetid feet
445
H A P T E R X X
446
Theory of absorbents Iodine Mercnry Their applications in practice
448
Inflammation of the lymphatics
451
Glandular snppuration
453
Passive accumulations
456
blood supply
457
Hyperaemia Its treatment
460
Vascular cerebral hyperaemia Its management
462
Cerebral anaemia Points in practice
464
Local cerebral anaemia Vasomotor arrrangements
466
Insomnia Its management
467
Headache forms of Their treatment
472
Cerebral paralysis Indications in each case
474
Sunstroke lreatment of
476
Affections of the spinal cord Varieties of Treatment of each
477
Epilepsy Its production and treatment Nightterrors
478
Chorea Its forms
482
Hysteria Its varieties and their management
483
Neuralgia General lines of treatment
484
Eleetricity Its
487
The therapeutic instinct
488
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HYGIENE 221 Public hygiene Ita importance
489
Our houses Ventilation
490
Vater Effects of impure water
492
Sewage Sewerage Earth closets
493
Pythogenesis Disinfection Sewer gas Special disinfection
495
Infection Medical men Nurses
499
Fever hospitals cottage and other
500
Private hygiene The healthy and the sick
501
Bathing resorts
505
Mineral waters Their varieties and uses
506
Baths Cold warm hot sand mud peat c
509
Health resorts For the consumptive
511
Change of air in India Sir Joseph Fayrer
515
Change of air in America 1ours
519
food
521
Hydrocarbons Forceproducing material Etiects of foods Forms of diet
524
The relations of food to disease Bantingism
529
The diet in lithiasis
532
In combined lithiasis and diabetes
534
Drinks Milk beeftea ricewater c
536
As stimulants
539
As beverages As water
541
As a means of affecting temperature
542
Diet cures Grape strawberry milk whey and koumiss cures Substitutes for milk
544
CHAPTER XXIV
547
Vhat to observe
548
The manner of the examination
549
Our social conduct
552
The natural history of disease
555
As instanced in the relation of Brights disease to the circulation
557
To be forewarned is to be forearmed
561
The future and our duty
562
APPENDIX
567

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