A Newly Discovered System of Electrical Medication
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A Newly Discovered System of Electrical Medication

By Daniel Clark
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  • A NEWLY DISCOVERED SYSTEM OF ELECTRICAL MEDICATION.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
  • ELECTRICAL MEDICATION.
    • FIRST PRINCIPLES.
      • DR. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO-MAGNETIC MACHINE.
      • POLARIZATION.
      • THE ELECTRIC CIRCUIT.
      • POLARIZATION OF THE CIRCUIT.
      • THE CENTRAL POINT OF THE CIRCUIT.
      • THE CURRENT.
      • MODIFICATIONS OF ELECTRICITY.
      • VITAL FORCES—ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE.
      • EXTENT OF ELECTRIC AGENCY.
      • THEORY OF MAN.
      • THE LOWER ANIMALS.
      • THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM.
      • NATURAL POLARIZATION OF MAN'S PHYSICAL ORGANISM.
      • ELECTRICAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES.
      • PHILOSOPHY OF DISEASE AND CURE.
    • PRINCIPLES OF PRACTICE.
      • POLAR ANTAGONISM.
      • IMPORTANCE OF NOTING THE CENTRAL POINT.
      • DISTINCTIVE USE OF EACH POLE.
      • USE OF THE LONG CORD.
      • THE INWARD AND THE OUTWARD CURRENT.
      • MECHANICAL EFFECT OF EACH POLE.
      • RELAXED AND ATROPHIED CONDITIONS.
      • GENERAL DIRECTIONS OF THE CURRENT.
      • TREATING WITH ELECTROLYTIC CURRENTS.
      • POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE MANIFESTATIONS.
      • HEALING.
      • DIAGNOSIS.
    • PRESCRIPTIONS.
      • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
      • GENERAL TONIC TREATMENT.
      • COMMON COLDS.
      • CEPHALAGIA. (Headache.)
      • DEAFNESS.
      • NOISES IN THE HEAD.
      • INFLAMED EYES.
      • AMAUROSIS. (Paralysis of the optic nerve.)
      • STRABISMUS. (Discordance of the eyes.)
      • CATARRH. (Acute.)
      • CATARRH. (Chronic.)
      • DIPHTHERIA.
      • APHONIA. (Loss of voice.)
      • CROUP.
      • ASTHMA.
      • HEPATIZATION OF LUNGS.
      • PNEUMONIA.
      • PULMONARY PHTHISIS. (Consumption.)
      • NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM OF THE HEART.
      • ENLARGEMENT, OR OSSIFICATION OF THE HEART.
      • PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
      • TORPID LIVER.
      • HEPATITIS. (Inflammation of Liver.)
      • ENLARGEMENT OF LIVER.
      • BILIARY CALCULI. (Gravel in Liver.)
      • INTERMITTENT FEVER. (Ague and Fever.)
      • NEPHRITIS. (Inflammation of Kidneys.)
      • RENAL CALCULI. (Gravel in the Kidneys.)
      • DIABETES. (A Kidney Disease.)
      • DYSPEPSIA.
      • ACUTE DIARRHŒA.
      • CHRONIC DIARRHŒA.
      • COLIC—of whatever kind.
      • CHOLERA MORBUS.
      • CHOLERA.—(Malignant.)
      • DYSENTERY.
      • CONSTIPATION OF BOWELS.
      • HÆMORRHOIDS. (Piles.)
      • RHEUMATISM. (Acute Inflammatory.)
      • RHEUMATISM. (Chronic.)
      • DROPSY.
      • NEURALGIA.
      • SCIATICA.
      • PARALYSIS.
      • ERYSIPELAS.
      • ERUPTIVE CUTANEOUS DISEASES.
      • COMMON CRAMP.
      • TRISMUS. (Lockjaw.)
      • TETANUS.
      • CANCERS.
      • ASPHYXIA. (Suspended Animation.)
      • RECENT WOUNDS, CONTUSIONS AND BURNS.
      • OLD ULCERS.
      • HEMORRHAGE.
      • CHLOROSIS. (Green Sickness.)
      • AMENORRHŒA. (Suppressed Menstruation.)
      • DYSMENORRHŒA. (Painful Menstruation.)
      • MENORRHAGIA. (Excessive Menstruation.)
      • PROLAPSUS UTERI. (Falling of the Womb.)
      • LEUCORRHŒA. (Whites.)
      • SPERMATORRHŒA.
      • IMPOTENCE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
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