Editorials and Medical Intelligence

1846 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
a little furred. Bled to § xv. R. Ipecac, 3 ss. immediately ; to be followed at night by calomel, 9j. Bandage the arm to the shoulder. 5th. Emetic operated pretty well, which together with the bleeding, gave relief for a few hours ; but he has suffered as much this morning os ever. Arm more swelled. Made a crucial incision in the pustule to the depth of half an inch, which produced no sensation. Applied actual cautery, an iron rod about one third of an inch in diameter, at nearly a white heat.
more » ... arly a white heat. When the rod had penetrated about an inch, the patient com-
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