Recent Progress in Orthopedic Surgery

E. H. BRADFORD, E. G. BRACKETT
1891 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Seven hours after the poisoning tho patient fell into a quiet sleep which lasted most of the night. Strict orders were given not to raise him from the recumbent position. Next morning he woke up weak and oblivious of almost everything which had passed on the previous day. Wherever an injection had been made sloughs came away. The sloughs, however, were superficial, except in ono place whore the fluid had penetrated tho subcutaneous muscular tissue of the forearm which was much inflamed at the
more » ... h inflamed at the time of writing. Three days after the poisoning, the patient, though still weak, was ablo to be about and to do light work. -«.-,-
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