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May 11, 1907

Hints on the Management of the Commoner Infections.

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(19):1630-1631. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520450074029

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Abstract

This work gives a brief résumé of the principles of treatment to be observed in the management of the commoner diseases due to the action of micro-organisms, either directly or indirectly. Under "General Measures," the author discusses: The indications and contraindications for the application of cold baths in fevers; the importance of rest; ventilation and temperature of the sick room; principles of feeding; limitations of treatment by drugs, including the abuse of purgatives. Under "Specific Infections" are considered invasion of the body by septic micro-organisms and the various contagious and infectious diseases. There are two appendices; one deals with isolation and the other with disinfection.

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