Child-Birth in American Women

1879 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
The conclusions, then, to which we are led from the foregoing remarks, brief and desultory as they are, are, in the first place, that chloroform may possibly be administered to produce insensibility under certain favorable conditions to those who are sleeping, such conditions being a pure agent, a certain length of time to allow the administration to be conducted slowly, a knowledge and experience of its methods of administration on the part of the administrator, and a certain idiosyncrasy on
more » ... n idiosyncrasy on the part of the system of the victim, -conditions which it is highly improbable will be combined on the occasion of a criminal attempt. The absence of any well-authenticated case renders the
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