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. 1864 Excerpt: ...circumstances.--San Francisco Medical Press, April, 1864. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Tracheotomy in Croup.--M. Goeesant has lately given a statistical account of tracheotomy in croup performed at ...
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des Enfants. During eleven years, 783 operations have been recorded; and of these, 191 were successful. In all these cases, the double canula has been employed, and the cravale placed over the canula. In all the cases, the children had been ill several days, and had arrived at the stage of continued forced inspiration. In private practice since 1834, M. Guersant has performed tracheotomy 156 times, and has saved 28 children. His first 32 operations were unsuccessful, 2 only having survived; but at that time he used the single canula, and no cravate. Of the 124; operated on afterwards, 26 recovered. During the past year he has operated on 11 children, of whom 5 recovered.--Brit. Med. Journ., March 19, 1864. Collodion with Perchloride of Iron as an Haemostatic.--The perchloride of iron combined with collodion is a good haemostatic in cases of cuts, leech-bites, etc. The proportion in which they should be mixed is one part of the crystallized perchloride of iron to six parts of collodion. Some care is requisite in dissolving the iron-salt, as; the heat which is developed during the process will produce ebullition of the collo-; dion, if it be pushed too far.--lint. Med. Journ., Feb. 27, 1864. Poisonous Effects of Oiditsm of Vines.--We all know the destruction which the oldium has caused among the vines for many years past, and, according to a communication made by M. Collin to the Academy of Medicine, it may determine in man all the symptoms of true poisoning. In the three cases which he relates, the persons while cutting vines affected with o'idium produced a ...