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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. 1914 Excerpt: ...introduction, so far as I remember. I have met lots of complications in my time: five cases of placenta previa, shoulder presentations, brow, etc., etc. I hope I will not meet more of abruption. E. L. Paulding. Arroyo Grande, Cal. The best practise, if there is no contraindication (such as imminent danger to child or mother), is to remove the instruments just before the head emerges from the vulvar ring. This allows a little more room, and hence lessens the liability of tear of the perineum. Forceps, properly applied, require no force. Each blade is held as one holds a pen. We do not think it likely that they would cause abruption of the placenta. A brief report of your management and results in your five cases of placenta previa would undoubtedly interest the family.--Ed. Hypodermic Lobelia. Dsar Dr. Taylor:--Referring to your editorial on "Anaphylaxis in Diphtheria," let me give your readers a suggestion. This has been reported in The World before. Subculoyd lobelia is one of Hie most wonderful medicins in the materia medica. It is a substitute for antitoxin in diphtheria, and for morphin in asthma, and in many other conditions. This is an eclectic preparation, but like many other eclectic drugs, it is a wonder (I am not an eclectic). From H to 1 dram hypodermically will often cure diphtheria more quickly than antitoxin. 1 usually use it together with antitoxin, but have had wonderful results from its use alone. In a case of asthma, therefore, or where anaphylaxis is feared, use subculoyd lobelia. Personally, I have found lobelia perfectly reliable in all conditions for which it is recommended in which I have had occasion to use it. Hypodermically lobelia has quite a different action from orally. Never (in my experience) nauseates or causes vomi...
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