SOME REMARKS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF PROTRACTED FIRST STAGE OF LABOR

HENRY DAVIDSON FRY
1886 Journal of the American Medical Association  
ger of establishing a bad habit. A person at fifty years of age, who has led a temperate life, can take a little whiskey as food, as alcoholic food, with advantage, but it will do no good to one who has been a toper. It is, when properly used, an admirable food, quickly oxydized, and it helps primary assimilation.
doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250020031002 fatcat:o3dcrkzbcvf35n5xxbuxmxj4py