The Treatment of Enteric Fever

  title={The Treatment of Enteric Fever},
  author={John William Moore},
  journal={The Hospital},
  pages={155 - 156}
  • J. Moore
  • Published 3 December 1892
  • Medicine
  • The Hospital
The treatment of enteric fever at St. Mary's will be discussed under the following headings: (1) The hygienic and dietetic treatment; (2) the treatment by stimulants and drugs ; (3) the treatment of the pyrexia; (4) the treatment of the complications. 1. The Hygienic and Dietetic Treatment.?The patient is put to bed in a large and airy ward, the temperature of which is maintained at about 60 deg. F. The bed should be firm, and is so arranged that the patient can be reached from either side. The… 
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