The Diet of Child-Bed

G. Hewitt
1864 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
and see some beloved friend. He finally urged upon his professional brethren the high importance of teaching friends and nurses how to attend to those under their charg-e. PUNCTURE OF THE BLADDER v. PERINEAL SECTION. LETTER FROM THOMAS PAGET, ESQ. SIR,-I have delayed noticing the letter of Dr. Morris, published in your number of August 27th, until others who might wish to make observations on the subject had had time to do so. I assuLre Dr. Morris that I receive his remarks in the spirit of
more » ... lgence which should ever attend the movements of science. I can also allow him to think " his patients in a better state than mine"; that is,
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