Report on Some Observations in Connection with Pneumonia as Observed on the Punjab Frontier

  • Grady Giles
  • Published 2016 in The Indian medical gazette


Usually even when first seen, the temperature of the body is high, io3?-io5? F., from which circumstance the conclusion may be drawn that the invasion is very sudden and the rise from the normal very rapid. The pulse is frequent, weak and compressible the artery being relaxed and full. The tongue is foul, bowels irregular, generally relaxed, but in some… (More)


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