The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease
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The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease

By Thomas Bull
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  • THE
    • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
    • Chapter I.
      • ON THE GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD.
        • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
        • ON TEETHING, AND HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT TEETH.
        • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OP DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
        • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
      • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
      • ON TEETHING, AND HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT TEETH.
      • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OP DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
      • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
    • ON THE GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD.
      • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
      • ON TEETHING, AND HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT TEETH.
      • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OP DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
      • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
    • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
    • ON TEETHING, AND HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT TEETH.
    • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OP DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
    • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
  • THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN.
    • Chapter I.
      • ON THE GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD.
      • 1. MATERNAL NURSING.
      • DEFICIENCY OF MILK.
      • THE INJURIOUS EFFECTS TO THE MOTHER AND INFANT OF UNDUE AND PROTRACTED SUCKLING.
      • OF MOTHERS WHO OUGHT NEVER TO SUCKLE.
      • 2. WET-NURSE SUCKLING.
      • CHOICE OF A WET-NURSE.
      • DIET AND REGIMEN OF A WET-NURSE.
      • 3. ARTIFICIAL, FEEDING, OR BRINGING UP BY HAND.
      • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL FOOD BEFORE THE SIXTH MONTH.
      • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL FOOD AFTER THE SIXTH MONTH, TO THE COMPLETION OF FIRST DENTITION.
      • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL DIET MOST SUITABLE UNDER THE DIFFERENT COMPLAINTS TO WHICH INFANTS ARE LIABLE.
      • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
      • CASTOR OIL
      • MANNA.
      • MAGNESIA AND RHUBARB.
      • THE LAVEMENT.
      • THE APERIENT LINIMENT.
      • THE COLD WATER PLUNGE BATH.
      • SEA BATHING.
      • THE SHOWER BATH.
      • ABLUTION, OR SPONGING.
      • THE WARM BATH.
      • RULES FOR THE USE OF THE WARM BATH.
      • MANAGEMENT OF THE INFANT WHEN TEETHING IS WITHOUT DIFFICULTY.
      • THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INFANT IN DIFFICULT TEETHING.
      • SECT. II. HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT OR ADULT TEETH.
      • THE MANNER IN WHICH THEY APPEAR.
      • THEIR VALUE AND IMPORTANCE.
      • THEIR MANAGEMENT AND PRESERVATION.
      • CHAP. IV.
        • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
      • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
      • OF THE COUNTENANCE.
      • OF THE GESTURES.
      • OF THE SLEEP.
      • OF THE STOOLS.
      • OF THE BREATHING AND COUGH.
      • SECT. III.—OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH WILL ASSIST IN THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE.
        • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
        • STILL-BORN.
      • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
      • STILL-BORN.
      • INJURIES RECEIVED DURING BIRTH.
      • RETENTION OF URINE.
      • SWELLING OF THE BREASTS.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYES.
      • HARE-LIP.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL-STRING.
      • ULCERATION OR IMPERFECT HEALING OF THE NAVEL.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
      • JAUNDICE.
      • MOLES AND MARKS ON THE SKIN, ETC.
      • INDIGESTION, FLATULENCE, VOMITING, GRIPING, AND LOOSENESS.
      • 1. TO THE INFANT AT THE BREAST.
      • 2. AT THE PERIOD OF WEANING.
      • 3. TO THE CHILD BROUGHT UP BY HAND.
      • MATERNAL TREATMENT OF THE DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS.
      • 1. IN INFANCY.
      • 2. IN CHILDHOOD.
      • SECT. IV.—WORMS.
    • ON THE GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD.
    • 1. MATERNAL NURSING.
    • DEFICIENCY OF MILK.
    • THE INJURIOUS EFFECTS TO THE MOTHER AND INFANT OF UNDUE AND PROTRACTED SUCKLING.
    • OF MOTHERS WHO OUGHT NEVER TO SUCKLE.
    • 2. WET-NURSE SUCKLING.
    • CHOICE OF A WET-NURSE.
    • DIET AND REGIMEN OF A WET-NURSE.
    • 3. ARTIFICIAL, FEEDING, OR BRINGING UP BY HAND.
    • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL FOOD BEFORE THE SIXTH MONTH.
    • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL FOOD AFTER THE SIXTH MONTH, TO THE COMPLETION OF FIRST DENTITION.
    • THE KIND OF ARTIFICIAL DIET MOST SUITABLE UNDER THE DIFFERENT COMPLAINTS TO WHICH INFANTS ARE LIABLE.
    • ON THE USE AND ABUSE OF CERTAIN REMEDIES.
    • CASTOR OIL
    • MANNA.
    • MAGNESIA AND RHUBARB.
    • THE LAVEMENT.
    • THE APERIENT LINIMENT.
    • THE COLD WATER PLUNGE BATH.
    • SEA BATHING.
    • THE SHOWER BATH.
    • ABLUTION, OR SPONGING.
    • THE WARM BATH.
    • RULES FOR THE USE OF THE WARM BATH.
    • MANAGEMENT OF THE INFANT WHEN TEETHING IS WITHOUT DIFFICULTY.
    • THE MANAGEMENT OF THE INFANT IN DIFFICULT TEETHING.
    • SECT. II. HINTS UPON THE PERMANENT OR ADULT TEETH.
    • THE MANNER IN WHICH THEY APPEAR.
    • THEIR VALUE AND IMPORTANCE.
    • THEIR MANAGEMENT AND PRESERVATION.
    • CHAP. IV.
      • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
    • HINTS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE IN THE CHILD BY THE MOTHER.
    • OF THE COUNTENANCE.
    • OF THE GESTURES.
    • OF THE SLEEP.
    • OF THE STOOLS.
    • OF THE BREATHING AND COUGH.
    • SECT. III.—OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH WILL ASSIST IN THE EARLY DETECTION OF DISEASE.
      • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
      • STILL-BORN.
    • ON WHAT CONSTITUTES THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
    • STILL-BORN.
    • INJURIES RECEIVED DURING BIRTH.
    • RETENTION OF URINE.
    • SWELLING OF THE BREASTS.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYES.
    • HARE-LIP.
    • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL-STRING.
    • ULCERATION OR IMPERFECT HEALING OF THE NAVEL.
    • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
    • JAUNDICE.
    • MOLES AND MARKS ON THE SKIN, ETC.
    • INDIGESTION, FLATULENCE, VOMITING, GRIPING, AND LOOSENESS.
    • 1. TO THE INFANT AT THE BREAST.
    • 2. AT THE PERIOD OF WEANING.
    • 3. TO THE CHILD BROUGHT UP BY HAND.
    • MATERNAL TREATMENT OF THE DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS.
    • 1. IN INFANCY.
    • 2. IN CHILDHOOD.
    • SECT. IV.—WORMS.
  • INDEX.
  • THE END.
    • HINTS TO MOTHERS
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