An obstinate dysentery cured by lime-water
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An obstinate dysentery cured by lime-water by James Grainger

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Published by G. Hamilton and J. Balfour in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mineral waters -- Therapeutic use.,
  • Dysentery.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby James Grainger.
SeriesLandmarks of science II
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, RM676 .H35
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 257-263.
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19447345M

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In the past critical judgment of therapeutic remedies for dysentery in the tropics has been handicapped by uncertainty of diagnosis. Even to-day the diagnosis of amoebic dysentery is not everywhere assured and the frequency of bacillary dysentery in the tropics not always recognized. The vegetative forms of the dysentery amoeba are often confused with Amoeba coli, and if cysts be absent from Author: Ernst Rodenwaldt.   Types Of Dysentery. Acute Dysentery: Acute dysentery lasts for less than two weeks or 14 days. It is characterized by abdominal pain and loose rare cases, pus is observed in the stools. Chronic Dysentery: Chronic dysentery lasts for more than 30 days. If acute dysentery is not treated on time, it can turn chronic. According to Dr. Kirticar, a combination of ripe plantain, tamarind and common salt is most effective in treating dysentery. He claims to have cured several cases of both acute and chronic dysentery by this treatment. When children have dysentery, ripe bananas mashed and beaten to cream must be used. Dysentery is an inflammatory disorder of the intestine that results in diarrhea or passing of stools with mucus or blood and is usually preceded by gripping abdominal pain. Dysentery is also similar to diarrhea disease with a little difference. Dysentery results a less watery stool and caused due to infection in colon or big intestine. The pathological condition of this disease is caused by.

  Home Remedies for the cure of dysentery. J by Kumar Leave a Comment Dysentery is a disease of large intestine,It is a very serious is characterized by inflammation and ulceration of the bowel,a colic pain in the region of the abdomen and passing of liquid or semi-liquid stools with mucus and blood.   Dysentery is an inflammation that occurs in your intestines and this can lead to severe stomach pain and diarrhoea. This can last up to 3 to 7 days some of its common symptoms include nauseated feeling, vomiting, high fever above degrees and dehydration.   ) Red Radish And Corn Starch to Get Rid of Dysentery Naturally. Mix a cup of slashed red radish, a cup of cool milk and a teaspoon of cornstarch. This mixture is an effective cure for dysentery. ) Black Tea to Get Rid of Dysentery Naturally. Drink black tea with a little sugar. The tannin in black tea helps to lessen intestinal aggravation. Dysentery is an inflammation of the intestine characterized by the frequent passage of feces with blood and mucus. Like cholera, dysentery is spread by fecal contamination of food and water, usually in impoverished areas with poor sanitation. Epidemics are common in these areas. A four-year epidemic.

  5 Various Ways To Cure Dysentery Lemon Juice. Take some lemons and then use a blender to blend the lemons. Then take few drops of the juice in a glass and add water to it. After that heat them well and then have it times every day. Thus it will help you to get rid of dysentery . Not wholly neglectful of medicine, he published in Essays Physical and Literary, (ii. ), a paper on "An obstinate Case of Dysentery cured by Lime Water." With Percy and others he became connected with the Grand Magazine of Universal Intelligence, a short-lived journal started in Dysentery Causes. What type you have depends on what caused your infection. Bacillary dysentery is the most common type of dysentery. It results from bacteria called Shigella. The disease is. Constant desire for stool.- Purging and vomiting.- Bilious diarrhoea.- Stools infrequent. After three months stools became bloody, with sticking and cutting pains in both sides of abdomen and along colon.- Obstinate dysentery, with emaciation, pale, bloody stools, painful tenesmus, and desire for food that failed to nourish (cured.-***).