TREATMENT OF TETANUS WITH MAGNESIUM SULPHATE, WITH REPORT OF THREE CASES

GEORGE PARKER
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
and pass slowly through them with their contents, since small and repented doses of the antibelniintbic are not followed each time by a purge to hasten the peristaltic motion of the intestines. It is therefore easv to utiderstand why, in the case mentioned by Graziadei, few bookworms were found in the stools, and yet at tbe same time the patient's health improved, since the worms
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260060095003 fatcat:bm7k3pbrjnh55jsinm744jlqvq