Reprint - Journal of Obstetrics, Feb. 1875.
|Statement||by James D. Trask.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
Full text of "A practical treatise on uterine hemorrhage, in connexion with pregnancy and parturition" See other formats. Povidone-iodine diluted in large volumes of warm water has been placed into the lumen of the uterus or inside the placenta. Another method describes the placement of 2 to 12 L of dilute povidone iodine solution into the allantochorionic space followed-by ligation of the cervical star. Immediately after delivery, the uterus weighs approximately 1 kg, and its size approximates that of a week pregnancy (at the level of the umbilicus). At the end of the first postpartum week, it normally will have decreased to the size of a week gestation and is palpable at the symphysis pubis. Full text of "Handy-book of the treatment of women's and children's diseases: According to the Vienna Medical " See other formats.
1. 8 days after fertilization or days from LNMP. 2. Peaks: weeks 3. Half life: days 4. Return to normal: days post delivery or after fetal loss 5. Serial Hcg are followed if threatened abortion, ectopic, or molar pregnancy. with tincture Opium, ten to fifteen drops, once or twice a day. After the administration of a vermifuge, castor oil promotes the expulsion of the worms. After parturition, if an evacuant is needed, castor oil is a very good means, if given in tablespoonful doses. It is a very good remedy in the diarrhoea of phthisis. After delivery, it resumes its normal size, but the cavity is larger than before conception. In old age, it becomes atrophied and denser in structure. The Fallopian Tubes are the ducts of the Ovaries, and serve to convey the ova, or eggs, from the Ovaries to the cavity in the Uterus. To the ladies of America is this little work, “ The Ladies' Book of Useful Information,” dedicated. It is a book written expressly for women. This book is full from cover to cover of useful and necessary information for women. Never before has so much knowledge with which women should be acquainted been printed in one book.
Intramuscular injections should be made into the bodies of large muscles. Care must be taken to avoid hitting large blood vessels, nerves, and bone. After the needle is inserted, the syringe plunger should be withdrawn lightly to confirm that no blood can be aspirated. If blood does appear, the position of the needle tip should be changed slightly. Full text of "Answers to questions prescribed by medical state boards" See other formats. Full text of "Text book of veterinary medicine" See other formats. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.