It is my purpose to speak of a new method of treatment for pulmonary disease, which was brought to my notice not long since in the Journal of the American Medical Association, February 14, 1885, in which the writer referred to an article in the New York Medical Record of January 17, 1885, by Dr. Herbert F. Williams, of Brooklyn, New York, who speaks of the "Antiseptic Treatment of Pulmonary Diseases by means of Pneumatic Differentiation," and records with their results a series of cases which have undergone this method of treatment.
I speak of it as a new method, because I believe it to be a step forward in the treatment of one of the most formidable diseases with which we have to contend, and whatever may be the results of future investigations, I deem it worthy of the careful consideration of all members of the regular profession, and
BOWDITCH VY. THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY DISEASES BY MEANS OF "PNEUMATIC DIFFERENTIATION.". JAMA. 1885;V(5):124–127. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391040012001b
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