3 edition of diseases of women with child, and in child-bed found in the catalog.
diseases of women with child, and in child-bed
1727 by Printed for T. Cox ..., and J. Clarke ..., and T. Combes ... in London .
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliv, 373 (i.e. 375),  p.,  leaves of plates (8 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||375|
It has been found by actual observation, that a greyhound started diseases of women with child after a full meal, in the pursuit of a fox, does not digest his food so long as he continues the violent muscular effort of running; while the stomach of a second animal, permitted to rest after his dinner, soon completes its task of digestion. James Young Simpsonfor instance, saw no difference between Semmelweis's groundbreaking findings and the British idea suggested by Oliver Wendell Holmes in that childbed fever was contagious i. It has been said thac the thousand ills which torment American women may be ascribed largely to the educational methods of our schools and colleges ; not that such methods are the only cause of female diseases, but that they are an important factor. Among the possible physical ills is the manifestation of constitutional tendencies and of hereditary taints which have lain dormant since the birth of the individual.
PPD 1—2: urinary tract infections risk factors include multiple catheterization during labor, multiple vaginal examinations during labor, and untreated bacteriuria. She is currently researching her thesis on early modern images of the pregnant body and the unborn child in England and France. Anthony's fire - Also erysipelas, but named so because of affected skin areas are bright red in appearance St. Such is chlorosis, popularly known as the green sickness, [because of the greenish tinge sometimes exhibited by the otherwise pale countenance.
But although kneeling and squatting worked best for women for all of human history up until Louis' time, those positions lacked one thing he couldn't deal with — a view. To be fair, it wasn't just Louis who came up with the idea. This probably indicates that the publishers did intend for the plates to be cut up and distributed through the text block. It cannot do more than its share, without depriving other organs of that exercise and nourishment which are essential to their health and vigor.
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Mauriceau gives the first written account of how to prevent congenital syphilis by providing prenatal treatment. Mastitis : unilateral, localized erythema, edemadiseases of women with child.
A bas-relief at the Temple of Esneh in Egypt even depicts Cleopatra giving birth on her knees surrounded by five female attendants way back in the BC era. Indeed, it should be understood that the object of supervision, whether by parents or by the physician, is not to surround the girl with artificial barriers, nor to stimulate in any way her sexual development, but merely to remove those artificial barriers and unnatual stimulants to proper sexual growth which are the necessary and inseparable outgrowths of our social customs ; for it is a fact often observed and repeated, that the stimulants to excessive mental effort, inseparable from a high state of civilization, result in a neglect of the bodily functions.
She is not fairly up to what nature asks from her as wife and mother. His skin is rough and hairy; hers smooth and hairless.
The decline may be partly attributed to improved environmental conditions, better obstetrical care, and the use of antibiotics.
The brain cannot take more than its share, without injury to other organs. After a certain period - in our climate usually between twelve and eighteen years and in child-bed book the sexless becomes a sexual being, assuming and in child-bed book traits, physical, mental and moral, which change it into him or her.
Why should there be such a difference between our American women and those of foreign origin residing in the same locality and surrounded by the same external influences? The etymology is revealing.
He ordered the students to wash their hands in a solution of chlorinated lime before each examination. On the other, illustrations within books engage closely with texts, and help us to think about books as material objects.
Semmelweis, upon arriving from the Habsburg Vienna inlikely was not warmly welcomed in Pest. According to K Codell Carter, in his biography of Semmelweis, the exact nature of his affliction cannot be determined: It is impossible to appraise the nature of Semmelweis's disorder.
In his book, Semmelweis lamented the slow adoption of his ideas: "Most medical lecture halls continue to resound with lectures on epidemic childbed fever and with discourses against my theories. But what can this variation between copies tell us about reading practices?
Moreover, some copies have diseases of women with child images pasted in as folding flaps attached to the page, rather than actually being bound in with the text block, and this could even have been done by an owner subsequent to the binding of a book.
Puerperal infection is most common on the raw surface of the interior of the uterus after separation of the placenta afterbirth ; but pathogenic organisms may also affect lacerations of any part of the genital tract.
Semmelweis and Braun were the only two applicants for the post. A young American, landing in England, exclaimed : " Now for the first time I see women.
Parents were not supposed to bathe their children with soap and water until they were around one week old. Once again, the results were impressive. As professor of obstetrics, Semmelweis instituted chlorine washings at the University of Pest maternity clinic.
Sometimes most curious and perverted tastes are displayed, such as a passion for nibbling slate pencils, for devouring pickles, drinking vinegar, etc.
The weight of authority stood against his teachings. The mental activity necessary to prepare and recite her lessons demands the circulation of large quantities of blood through the brain.
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