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Google previewOfficial Gazette of the United States Patent Office (1914)

by United States. Patent Office

A washing out and refining machine of the class described, comprising fixed washing out means and revoluble refining means, the said refining means receiving the fine and coarse washed out material from the said washing out means and ...

Google previewAtom Interferometry (1997)

by Paul R. Berman

As discussed earlier, the washing out is a result of the different classical trajectories of the atoms. An alternative view allows one to relate this phenomenon to that encountered in optical coherent transients. Imagine that the incident beam ...

Google previewSwallowbrook's Winter Bride (2012)

A Single Dad Romance by Abigail Gordon

Stomach washing out is an unpleasant prospect for anyone, especially a child, but that is what needs to be done immediately if our premonitions are correct.' The answer they were dreading was there with the test results and the doctor in A ...

Google previewRailroad Men (1907)

Now, washing out is an easy proposition-some sludge and a little scale. The scale now does very little injury as compared with what it did before water treatment. We get our boilers clean now in a few minutes' washing, while previous to water ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Medica (1902)

by Chalmers Watson

Washing out an abscess cavity with antiseptic lotions in order to kill micro - organisms is quite useless , because those actually killed or inhibited are a very small minority . Again , the main source of microorganisms is left behind in the middle ...

Google previewA Dictionary of treatment (1902)

by Sir William Whitla

Of these Boracic Acid is unquestionably the least irritating , and though its internal administration renders washing out of the bladder seldom necessary , still it may be occasionally used with freedom , and a quart of the solution may be used at ...

Google previewNothnagel's Encyclopedia of Practical Medicine (1905)

by Carl Wilhelm Hermann Nothnagel, Alfred Stengel

After washing out the stomach the evening before .

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1894)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

After washing out of the dye - beck the goods are passed into : soaping beck , very similar in construction to the dyebeck , but surmounted with a pair of squeezing rollers instead of the winch of the dyeing apparatus . F14 . 5 . - Sections of Dye ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1899)

by William Dwight Whitney

the process of cleansing by injection of fluids; specifically, the washing out of the stomach, as in gastritis. Lavage of the stomach has accomplished . . . wonderful results in the treatment of gastric affections.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1895)

the process of cleansing by injection of fluids; specifically, the washing out of the stomach, as in gastritis. Lavage of the stomach has accomplished . . . ful results in the treatment of gastric affections. Therapeutic ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

the process of cleansing by injection of fluids; specifically, the washing out of the stomach, as in gastritis. Lavage of the stomach has accomplished . . . wonderful results in the treatment of gastric affections.

Google previewBailliere's Nurses' Dictionary (2014)

for Nurses and Health Care Workers by Barbara F. Weller

the washing out of the stomach. laxatives a group of drugs used to treat constipation or to evacuate the bowel before surgery on the large bowel. May be used orally, in suppositories or in enemas. There are different categories of ...

Google previewAnglo-American Encyclopedia (1910)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention. New Maps, and Fully Illustrated with Thousands of Portraits, Plates and Engravings Containing a Great Compilation of Original Articles by the World's Foremost Writers and Specialists. With New Supplemental Matter Added Covering the Latest Information on All Subjects

After washing out of the dye-beck the goods are passed into a soaping beck, very similar in construction to the dyebeck, but surmounted with a pair of squeezing rollers instead of the winch of the dyeing apparatus. In this they are treated with a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Treatment, Or, Therapeutic Index (1892)

Including Medical and Surgical Therapeutics by Sir William Whitla

Of these, boric acid is unquestionably the least irritating, and though iU internal administration renders washing out of the bladder seldom wwmary, still it mav be occasionally used with freedom, and a quart of the solution may be used at one ...

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