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[On cynanche trachealis]
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exist in the larynx and trachea; and this is best done by bloodletting; we should open a vein in the arm, while the patient is sustained in a sitting posture, with his feet immersed in warm water and the blood allowed to flow until a sensible effect is produced on the pulse, or a tend = ency to syncape is produced; sometimes it will not be necessary to bleed but once, generally however it will be found necessary to repeat the bleeding.
It should be repeated if necessary until a permanent impression is made on the system. When we are called to a case of this disease early in its progress we may put a stop to the inflammation without resorting to the lancet; by immersing the patient in a tub of warm
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