W. R. Merrington

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Paresthesiaa of the kind commonly known as "pins and needles" occur spontaneously in a variety of conditions. They may be produced deliberately by mechanical or electrical stimulation of a nerve, by overbreathing, or by cutting off the circulation to a limb and then releasing it. The present study is mainly concerned with the parvsthesixc which follow a(More)
developed midwifery, that the U.S.A. had developed nursing, but that Britain had managed to combine them in the way that was needed. Accordingly, she and her nurses took midwifery training in London. But she was also convinced that the nurse-midwife could and should combine sick nursing and preventive work, something that many Britons, then and now, see as(More)
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