The Saline Waters of Leamington: Chemically, Therapeutically, and Clinically Considered, with Observations on the Climate of Leamington

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Page 20 - Britain, which appeared in 1662, observes, with his usual singularity of thought and quaintness of style, that "at Leamington, two miles from Warwick, there issueth out within a stride of the womb of the earth, two twin springs, as different in taste and operation, as Jacob and Esau in disposition — the one salt, the other fresh. This the meanest countryman does plainly see by their effects, whilst it would puzzle a consultation of physicians to assign the cause thereof.
Page 55 - According as the salt-solution within the intestine increases in amount, there occurs a corresponding diminution of the fluids of the blood. 33. The blood recoups itself in a short time by absorbing from the tissues a nearly equal quantity of their fluids. 34. The salt, after some hours, causes diuresis, and with it a second concentration of the blood, which continues so long as the diuresis is active. 35. As the intestinal secretion excited by the salt contains a...
Page 54 - INVESTIGATION. 1. A saline purgative always excites more or less secretion from the alimentary canal, depending on the amount of the salt and the strength of its solution, and varying with the nature of the salt. 2. The...
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