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540 THE BRITISH MEDICAL 7OURNAL. [Nov. 8, I873. latter well brushed, rinsing the hands in a weak solution of carbolic acid or Condy's fluid, especially after attending a case of infectious disease; and, whenever convenienit, the hands and nails should be attended to before examining a labour case. It is a matter for some consideration whether too much has not been expected from individual remedies; possibly, when the nature of fever poison becomes more clearly demonstrated, as also the severaldoi:10.1136/bmj.2.671.540 fatcat:k3zh2eeqybernmbkyjik4hqzke