HOSPITALS AND THE WORKING CLASSES

J ROSE
1870 The Lancet  
Dr. De Cristoforis's patient is a man of forty-five years, whose aneurism did not form the usual tumour, but the case was perfectly clear. Three needles were introduced into the sac, and the current was allowed to pass alternately through each for forty-five minutes altogether. Most favourable symptoms set in, the pulsations ceased, and the man recovered. Dr. De Cristoforis, says the Ippocmtico, has another case of the same kind in hand, in which he intends to use the same means of cure. OBSTINATE HICCUP.
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