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" Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be used, but small pieces of rag should be employed instead for wiping the mouth and nose ; and each piece, after being once used, should be immediately burned. Two... "
Weekly return of births and deaths (infectious diseases, weather) in London ... - Página xxxii
por Registrar-general - 1870
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The Mothers' treasury, Volumen7

1723
...large vessel, containing water impregnated with chlorides, or with Condy's fluid, should always stand in the room for the reception of all bed and body...on its removal from the person of the patient. 4. Pocket-handerchiefs should not be used, and small pieces of rag employed instead, for wiping the mouth...
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Meliora, Volúmenes11-12

1868
...all the needless woollen or other draperies which might possibly serve to harbour the poison. 2. A basin, charged with chloride or carbolate of lime...always stands in the room, for the reception of all bed nnd body linen immediately on its removal from the person of the patient. 4. Pocket - handkerchiefs...
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The Medical circular [afterw.] The London medical press & circular ..., Volumen1

1869
...some other convenient disinfectant, is kept constantly on the bed for the patient to spit into. " 8. A large vessel, containing water impregnated with...and body linen immediately on its removal from the peraou of the patient. '• 5. As the hands of nurses of necessity become frequently soiled by the...
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The Practitioner's Reference Book: Adapted to the Use of the Physician, the ...

Richard James Dunglison - 1877 - 325 páginas
...a weak solution of a disinfecting fluid. 3. Vessels containing disinfecting fluids should be placed in the room for the reception of all bed and body linen, towels, handkerchiefs, etc., immediately on being removed from the patient, and on no account should...
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Haydn's dictionary of popular medicine and hygiene; ed. by E. Lankester

1879
...vessel, containing water impregnated with chloride of lime or with Condy's fluid, should always stand in the room for the reception of all bed and body...immediately on its removal from the person of the patient Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be used, and small pieces of rag employed instead for wiping the mouth...
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Dr. Danelson's Counselor with Recipes: A Practical and Trusty Guide for the ...

J. Edwin Danelson - 1880 - 720 páginas
...weak solution of (he disinfecting fluid. 3. Vessels containing disinfecting fluids should be placed in the room for the reception of all bed and body linen, towels, handkerchiefs, etc. , immediately on being removed from the patient, and on no account should...
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Vital Statistics: A Memorial Volume of Selections from the Reports and ...

William Farr - 1885 - 563 páginas
...other convenient disinfectant, is kept constantly on tin: bed for the patient to spit into. .4 Л hirpe vessel, containing water impregnated with chlorides...reception of all bed and body linen immediately on it* removal from the person of the patient. 4. Pocket-handkerchiefs aro proscribed, and small pieces...
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Vital Statistics: A Memorial Volume of Selections from the Reports and ...

William Farr - 1885 - 563 páginas
...constantly on the bed for the patient to spit into. a A large vessel, containing water impregnated irith chlorides or with Condy's fluid, always stands in...the reception of all bed and body linen immediately ou its removal from the person of the patient. •1. Pocket-handkerchiefs nr.i proscribed, and small...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics of ..., Volumen1

Pennsylvania. State Board of Health and Vital Statistics - 1886
...dry through the house. A large vessel (a tub) containing a disinfectant solution should always stand in the room for the reception of all bed and body linen immediately on its removal from the person or contact with the patient. Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be used, but small pieces of rag should...
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Annual report of the National Board of Health. 1885

1886
...proportion of four fluid ounces (Cal vertIs No. 4 or No. 5) to the gallon of water, should always stand in the room, for the reception of all bed and body linen immediately on its lemovnl from the person or contact with the patient. Pocket handkerchiefs should/ not be used, but...
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