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" Clear the mouth and throat of mucus by introducing into the throat the corner of a handkerchief wrapped closely around the forefinger; turn the patient on the back, the roll of clothing being so placed as to raise the pit of the stomach above the level... "
Instructions for United States Coast Guard Stations, 1922 - Страница 84
по United States. Coast Guard - 1922 - 257 страници
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The Pharmacist, Том 3

1870
...prominently forward, and raise them a little higher than the level of the mouth. Let some bystander hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth with a dry handkerchief, and hold both hands of the patient together, the arms being stretched forcibly...

The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal, Containing ..., Том 60

1870
...prominently forward and raise them a little higher than the level of the mouth. Let sume bystander hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth with a dry handkerchief, and hold both hands of the patient together, the arms being stretched forcibly...

The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Томове 60–61

1870
...prominently forward and raise them a little higher than the level of the mouth. Let some bystander hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth with a dry handkerchief, and hold both hands of the patient together, the arms being stretched forcibly...

Essentials of the Principles and Practice of Medicine: A Handbook for ...

Henry Hartshorne - 1874 - 548 страници
...imitating. If another person be present, let him, with one hand, by means of a dry piece of linen, hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth, and, with the other hand, grasp both wrists and pin them to the ground above the patient's head. After-treatment.—...

Public Ledger Almanacs: For the Years 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875

1870 - 346 страници
...imitating. If another person be present, let him with one hand, by means of a dry piece of linen, hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth, and with the other hand grasp both wrisis and pin them to the ground above the patient's head. After...

The Sailor's Pocket Book: a Collection of Practical Rules, Notes, and Tables ...

Sir Frederick George Denham Bedford - 1875 - 432 страници
...ffow freely from the mouth. there be another person present, let him, with a piece of dry cloth, hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth, and with the other hand grasp both wrists and keep the arms forcibly stretched back above the head....

Our Home Physician: A New and Popular Guide to the Art of Preserving Health ...

George Miller Beard - 1875 - 1067 страници
...prominently forward, and raise them a little higher than the level of the mouth. Let some bystander hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth with a dry handkerchief, and Jiold both hands of the patient together, the arms being stretched forcibly...

The Preservation of Life at Sea: A Paper Read Before the American ...

Theodorus Bailey Myers Mason - 1879 - 38 страници
...other portion of the body. If there be another person present, let him, with a piece of dry cloth, hold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth (this prevents the tongue from pulling back and obstructing the windpipe), and with the other hand...

A Naval Encyclopædia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases ...

1880 - 1005 страници
...part of time body. If there be another person present, let hinm, with a piece of dry clotim, imold the tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth, and with the other hand grasp both wrists and keep the arms forcibly stretched back above the head....

The Home hand-book of domestic hygiene and rational medicine v. 2, Том 2

John Harvey Kellogg, 1852-1943 - 1881 - 1624 страници
...body. If an assistant is present, he holds the tip of the patient's tongue, with a piece of dry cloth, out of one corner of the mouth, which prevents the...back and choking the entrance to the windpipe, and with his other hand grasps the patient's wrists and keeps the arms stretched back over the head which...




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