1903 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
attention by keeping the bowels freely open, either with saline purgatives or small and repeated doses of calomel. Intestinal antiseptics are valuable, such as salol, thymol or creosote in small doses. Hydrotherapy, prescribed to suit the individual case, is indicated. It may be administered in the form of baths, douches or sprays. Court of Civil Appeals of Texas holds, in Jones vs. Railway-Company, an action brought to recover fed-personal injuries received by the wife of the party suing, that
more » ... e party suing, that oral evidence would be admissible to show that, as an inducement for the
doi:10.1001/jama.1903.04470040056039 fatcat:thavnrt4xnaehcdppwkh7nuat4