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" the blood, by changing at each act of respiration a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs, and giving it more complete access to the vascular tissues;—all objects of great importance, and all capable of being promoted more or... "
Medical notes and reflections - Seite 260
von sir Henry Holland (bart.) - 1839
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The maternal management of children, in health and disease

Thomas Bull (M.D.) - 1840
...at each act of respiration, a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs, — all objects of great importance, and all capable of being...promoted, more or less, by the means in question. And be it remembered that these remarks apply with equal force to the girl as to the boy. She should...
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The Maternal Management of Children in Health and Disease

Thomas BULL (M.D.) - 1845 - 320 Seiten
...at each act of respiration, a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs,— all objects of great importance, and all capable of being...promoted, more or less, by the means in question. unfortunately (in the majority of cases, at least), after this period. Young females are then subjected...
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The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease

Thomas Bull - 1853 - 424 Seiten
...at each act of respiration, a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs, —all objects of great importance, and all capable of being...promoted, more or less, by the means in question. And be it remembered that these remarks apply with equal force to the girl as to the boy. She should...
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Consumption: Its Early and Remediable Stages

Edward Smith - 1862 - 447 Seiten
...pulmonary circulation; —thirdly, in providing more completely for the necessary chemical action in the blood, by changing at each act of respiration...access to the vascular tissues;—all objects of great 298 THE LUNGS BEFORE DEPOSITION OF TtTBERCLZ. importance, and all capable of being promoted more or...
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Consumption

Edward Smith - 1865 - 253 Seiten
...pulmonary circulation ;—thirdly, in providing more completely for the necessary chemical action in the blood, by changing at each act of respiration...being promoted more or less by the means in question." P. 422. The same observer further remarks," of actual muscular exercises directed to this function,...
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Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and Clergyman's Sore Throat ...

Hiram P. Dillenback - 1866 - 336 Seiten
...necessary chemical action in the blood, by changing at each act of respiration a sufficient portion of the whole air contained in the lungs, and giving it more complete access to the vascular tissues — all objects of great importance, and all capable of being promoted, more or less, by the...
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The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Diseases

Thomas Bull - 1872 - 415 Seiten
...changing at each act of respiration, a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs—all objects of great importance, and all capable of being...promoted, more or less, by the means in question. And be it remembered that these remarks apply with equal force to the girl as to the boy. She should...
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Facts and Hints for Every-day Life: A Book for the Household ...

A. H. W., Facts - 1873 - 412 Seiten
...proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs. All these objects are of great importance, and they are all capable of being promoted, more or less, by the means in question. Avoid drinking cold water after violent exercise in hot weather. Why cold water should not be drank...
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The maternal management of children, in health and disease

Thomas Bull (M.D.) - 1877 - 352 Seiten
...changing, at each act of respiration, a sufficient proportion of the whole air contained in the lungs—all objects of great importance, and all capable of being...promoted, more or less, by the means in question. And be it remembered that these remarks apply with equal force to the girl as to the boy. She should...
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