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88 페이지 - As nitrous oxide in its extensive operation appears capable of destroying physical pain, it may probably be used with advantage during surgical operations in which no great effusion of blood takes place...
88 페이지 - ... were succeeded by a sensation analogous to gentle pressure on all the muscles, attended by an highly pleasurable thrilling, particularly in the chest and in the extremities. The objects around me became dazzling, and my hearing more acute. Towards the last inspirations, the thrilling increased, the sense of muscular power became greater, and, at last, an irresistible propensity to action was indulged in ; I recollect but indistinctly what followed ; I know that my motions were various and violent.
88 페이지 - Having previously closed my nostrils and exhausted my lungs, I breathed four quarts of nitrous oxide from and into a silk bag. The first feelings were similar to those produced in the last experiment, but in less than half a minute, the respiration being continued, they diminished gradually, and were succeeded by a highly pleasurable thrilling, particularly in the chest and the extremities. The objects around me became dazzling, and my hearing more acute.
88 페이지 - I experienced an extensive inflammation of the gum, accompanied with great pain, which equally destroyed the power of repose and of consistent action. " On the day when the inflammation was most troublesome, I breathed three large doses of nitrous oxide. The pain always diminished after the first four or five inspirations, the thrilling came on as usual, and uneasiness was for a few minutes swallowed up in pleasure. As the former state of mind, however, returned, the state of organ returned with...
113 페이지 - ... and gums, it gives rise to great pain, swelling, and sponginess of the latter, while it eventually detaches the fangs of the teeth implicated in the attack, from the grasp of the sockets, and thus at last the teeth fall out, though in themselves they exhibit no appearance of decay. The progress of the disease, is accompanied by extreme pain, and as a puriform discharge oozes out...
42 페이지 - ... is received into a cavity of the palatal surface of the upper jaw, where it is concealed when the mouth is shut. In old individuals the upper jaw is perforated by these large inferior canines, and the fossae are converted into foramina.
67 페이지 - Some time in the month of October, 1801, I attended Miss AC with rheumatism in her hip joint, which yielded for a while, to the several remedies for that disease. In the month of November it returned with great violence, accompanied with a severe toothache. Suspecting the rheumatic affection was excited by the pain in her tooth, which was decayed, I directed it to be extracted. The rheumatism immediately left her hip, and she recovered in a few days. She has continued ever since to be free from it.
114 페이지 - ... doctor, whose infinitesimal doses completely failed; for the patient's sufferings were produced by a direct physical cause, which lay far beyond the limits to •which the influence of even the most powerful imagination can possibly extend. Happening to mention his wretched state to me, I immediately recollected, that a year before I had successfully treated him for a periostio affection of the sternum and ribs, and that hydriodate of potash was the medicine which served him most.
73 페이지 - Roberts, the dentist to the hospital, who, on the 17th November, extracted two permanent and four milk molar teeth. On the same evening the boy could distinguish light from darkness ; and on the following morning could make out objects. From this time his sight rapidly improved, and he was dismissed cured on the 28th, the only treatment beyond the removal of the teeth being two doses of aperient medicine.
114 페이지 - I immediately recollected that, a year before, I had successfully treated him for a periostitic affection of the sternum and ribs, and that hydriodate of potash was the medicine which served him most. I recommended him to use ten grains of it three times a day, and had the satisfaction of perceiving a daily improvement, so that pain and inflammation soon ceased, and in about ten days the teeth were all fastened. The periostitis to which this gentleman was liable was of a rheumatic nature, otherwise...