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Elements of Midwifery


Elements of Midwifery

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    William Moore (Author)
Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Kä:ufer kö:nnen in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1777 edition. Auszug: ... we ought instantly to rupture them with our fingers, and push up our hand so as to prevent the water from escaping, by which the Uterus will be hindered from pontracting on the body pf the child, and so the turning of it will be facilitated. Bujt if the waters have been long evacuated be? fore we are called in, and the parts are be.i come dry and rigid, we should inject wariu milk and water, or oil, eight or ten times? which will serve to lubricate the parts, and by rendering them more ductile, prevent future inflammations. In all præ:ternatural? as well as laborious cases, we (hould bo careful, before we proceed to the operation, to empty the T ettum of the indurated Fœ:ces by a clyster, and the bladder of its urine by the catheter, which will greatly expedite the turning: if the parts have sustained much injury during the operation, we ought to dicect emollient cataplasms to be applied to them, and a clyster made of chicken's guts, guts, should be thrown up the ReBum, that any inflammation may be prevented from ensuing, z: The fourth class of præ:ternatural labours is, where the upper and lower extremities present together. The symptoms in these eases are nearly similar to those in the former, only the orifice of the Uterus lies higher, and the membranes break slower. Here we should be careful to distinguish. the hands from the sect, by feeling for the Os-calcis, the Malleolus exturnus and internus, with the great toe. Having separated the feet from the hands, we should pass the noose over the Os-calcis, and pull down with the one hand, while we push up the upper extremities with the other. When the upper extremities are removed, we may then proceed according to the former...
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