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" Condy's fluid, should always stand in the room for the reception of all bed and body linen immediately on its removal from the person of the patient. "
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
...person of the patient. 4. Pocket-handerchiefs should not be used, and small pieces of rag employed instead, for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used, should be immediately burnt. 5. As the hands of nurses of necessity become frequently soiled by the...
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The Medical circular [afterw.] The London medical press & circular ..., Volumen1

1869
...Huid or chlorides, and ' ' 4. Pocket-hankerchiefs are proscribed, and small pieces of rags are used instead for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used is immediately burnt. another plain soap and water, ate always at hand for the immediate removal of the taint. " 7. The discharges...
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Medical Record, Volumen4

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - 1869
...the patient to spit into. 4th. Poekcthandkerehiefs are proscribed, and small pieces of rag are used instead for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used, is immediately burnt. 5th. As the hands of nurses of necessity become soiled by the specific excreta, a good supply of towels...
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The Christian's penny magazine, and friend of the people [ed. by J. Campbell ...

Congregational union of England and Wales - 1871
...person of the patient. 4. Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be. used, and small pieces of rag employed instead for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used, should be immediately burnt. 5. As the hands of nurses of necessity become frequently soiled by the...
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Haydn's dictionary of popular medicine and hygiene; ed. by E. Lankester

1879
...the person of the patient Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be used, and small pieces of rag employed instead for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used, should be at once burnt. As of necessity, the hands of nurses become frequently soiled by the secretions,...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics of ..., Tema 3

Pennsylvania. State Board of Health and Vital Statistics - 1888
...harbors the disease. 4. Pocket handkerchiefs should not be used, but small pieces of rags employed instead, for wiping the mouth and nose. . Each piece, after being once used, should be immediately burned. A vessel containing a solution of chloride of lime (standard solution...
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The Prevention of Epidemics and the Construction and Management of Isolation ...

Roger McNeill - 1895 - 247 páginas
...free from any remainder of peeling. 5. Let small pieces of rag be used instead of pocket handkerchiefs for wiping the mouth and nose ; each piece after being once used should be immediately burnt. 6. About the fourth day of the eruption let the surface of the body be...
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The Annals of Hygiene, Volumen6

1891
...harbors the disease. (4) Pocket-handkerchiefs should not be used, but small pieces of rags employed instead, for wiping the mouth and nose. Each piece, after being once used, should be immediately burned. A vessel containing a solution of chloride of lime (standard solution...
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