Dr. Rose's Case of Uterine Hemorrhage

1833 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
The Doctor tells us that he was called to attend a lady in the seventh month of gestation, with her fourth child ; that she had active pains for several hours, and some hemorrhage, before his arrival ; and that soon after, the ovum was expelled, which was followed by profuse hemorrhage. This is the substance of the history of the case reported. As the treatment adopted differs essentially from the most approved modes of practice in such cases, and as he supposes ' the good of mankind ' would be
more » ... mankind ' would be promoted by copying after it, it will be well to inquire whether
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