On the speedy relief of pain and other nervous affections, by means of the hypodermic method
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On the speedy relief of pain and other nervous affections, by means of the hypodermic method by Charles Hunter

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Published by John Churchill & Sons in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hypodermic needles.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe hypodermic treatment of disease.
Statementby Charles Hunter ....
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. :
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18557288M

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collected in On the speedy relief of pain and other nervous affections by means of the hypodermic method (). 17 Hunter’s findings confirmed the value of the hypodermic technique and greatly extended its use. He concluded that the method offered a rapid and reliable means of introducing a number of alkaloid drugs, not just. This is an important advantage of the hypodermic method, chiefly due to the rapidity of its action. In the violent spasms of lockjaw, of colic, or even of retention, life may be lost by delay: but even in minor cases, the longer the time that elapses before relief of the spasm or pain is obtained, the greater the subsequent exhaustion. Evaluates the level of pain relief. and central nervous systems are involved in the processing of. painful stimuli. Various structures and mechanisms in the nervous system are part of pain transmission, including: With proper education, policies, and procedures in place, PCA can be a safe method of pain management for both the patient. a Neuralgic Affections. In these belladonna displays its most useful powers; and I know few remedies more effectual in their cure. No matter where the pain is seated, provided it be purely functional, that is, connected with no inflammatory or other organic disease affecting the nerve or its centre, the medicine may be employed. It may be used both internally and locally; and, when the pain is.

The frequency of accidents of all kinds, injuries sustained by machinery, contusions, drowning, poisoning, fainting, etc., and also of sudden attacks of painful diseases, such as headache, affections of the heart and nerves, inflammation of the eye, ear and other organs, renders it necessary that non-professionals should possess sufficient. anterolateral spinothalamic tract (pain signals ascend the spinal cord by way of the anterolateral spinothalamic tract. they enter the cord through posterior nerve roots in the dorsal horn, synapse with interneurons located within a specified area of the cord called substantia galatinosa, and cross to the other side of the cord and ascend in the anterolateral spinothalamic tract.   The nineteenth century saw major demographic and social changes that began to transform how people died. As lives lengthened, so the manner of their ending was transformed. A preoccupation with what lay beyond death began to be replaced by a concern about the manner of dying. New modes of pain relief raised questions about whether if suffering could be relieved, might it also . Spasmodic Affections of the Bowels, the following treatment is stated to be very successful: A blister is to be applied along the course of the spine, regulated as to size by the extent of the functions involved. To the denuded surface, Morphia in small quantities (gr. ss. - j.) is to be applied. Speedy relief is stated to follow the application.