Report on the Results of the different Methods of Treatment pursued in Epidemic Cholera in the Provinces throughout England and Scotland in 1854: being supplemental to the President of the General Board of Health by the Treatment Committee of the Medical Council: General Board of Health. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty
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162 cases treated acetate of lead ALEXANDER TWEEDIE ammonia aromatic confection BENJAMIN GUY BABINGTON Calomel and opium Calomel small doses Calomel with opium castor oil catechu Cent centage chalk and opium Chalk mixture chloroform conjunction with aperients conjunction with calomel conjunction with opium consecutive fever Districts of England districts throughout England earlier stages emetic England and Scotland ether external stimulants external warmth failure to stay Gallic acid hot air baths JAMES ALDERSON JOHN AYRTON PARIS lead and opium mercurial aperients Metropolitan Hospitals mineral acids mixture and chalk NATHANIEL BAGSHAW WARD occurred in England opium by glyster opium Salines opium Sulphuric acid opium was given passed into cholera per-centage of failure preparations of mercury provincial districts throughout public institutions simple and choleraic stay the disease Stimulants internal tonics Total Collapse total number treated by Alteratives treated in Metropolitan treated with calomel treated with chalk treated with salines