Report of the Board of Health of the City and Port of Philadelphia

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1870 has appended: Remarks on the origin and mode of progression of yellow fever, in Philadelphia . . . in the months of July, August, and Spetember, 1870. By R. LaRoche, M. D. . . . Philadelphia, 1871.
 

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Страница 25 - ... (9.) Keep in good condition the lancets or other instruments which you use for vaccinating, and do not use them for other surgical operations. When you vaccinate, have water and a napkin at your side, with which invariably to cleanse your instrument after one operation before proceeding to another.
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Страница 24 - Never take lymph from cases of re-vaccination. Take lymph only from subjects who are in good health, and, as far as you can ascertain, of healthy parentage, preferring children whose families are known to you, and who have elder brothers or sisters of undoubted healthiness. Always carefully examine the subject as to any existing skin disease, and especially as to any signs of hereditary syphilis.
Страница 24 - Except so far as any immediate danger of small-pox may require, vaccinate only subjects who are in good health. As regards infants, ascertain that there is not any febrile state, nor any irritation of the bowels, nor any unhealthy state of skin ; especially no chafing or eczema behind the ears, or in the groin, or elsewhere in folds of skin.
Страница 34 - Philadelphia sJiall exercise the power of a Court of Chancery, in granting or continuing injunctions against the erection or use of any public works of any kind, erected or in progress of erection, under the authority of an Act of the Legislature, until the question of title and damages shall be submitted and finally decided by a common law Court; and in such cases the Courts shall have authority to issue a venire, for the summoning of a jury, to the sheriff of an adjoining county.
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Страница 24 - ... skin. Do not, except of necessity, vaccinate in cases where there has been recent exposure to the infection of measles or scarlatina, nor where erysipelas is prevailing in or about the place of residence.
Страница 23 - It is the duty of the collectors to call on each and every family residing in the ward or wards for which he may be elected, and inquire whether any and, if any, what members thereof may be liable to smallpox disease; and if he find any person or persons so liable, he shall offer the gratuitous services of the vaccine physician of the ward to vaccinate such person or persons ; and if the offer...
Страница 40 - In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

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