Nocturnal Enuresis Treated by Voltaic Alternatives

J. Althaus
1883 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
20, 1883. of air,&End the formation of coagala. The first I have entirely over-; come by the use of ani air-receiver. The second, by preparing the blood of-the donor bbfore-it is drawn from his vein. I have attested, by repeatbd :eperiments that the administration of as large a dose* of ammonia oaid of a saline as can well be tolerated, ten minutes befose blood is ailowed to flow, very effectively retards coagulation. The transfusor 'may be used either to inject whole blood or defibrinated
more » ... r defibrinated blood; or-saline solutions may be substituted where vital fluidI is dot obtainable.
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.1151.104 fatcat:e4x5lzjaljbippjjy6eq4r4nou