On the Effect of Alcohol

H. G. BEYER
1901 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
I consider delirium tremens one of the easiest of the apparently grave affections to manage, and when uncomplicated and intelligently treated, recovery ought to occur within 48 hours, and the victim be not only out of bed but below stairs and out of doors if the weather permits. A word as to the general management of violent cases. Sufferers from such attacks are
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