William Mac Intyre
1841 The Lancet  
219 All that can possibly be urged, if we would reason fairly upon the facts, is this, that, although the quick supervention of two shocks to the system produces a highly deleterious action, unfavourable to the success of any operation, yet when the consequences of the first shock of the injury are allowed time fully to develop their action, where a shattered limb also exists, to irritate and exhaust
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