Vol 7, No 9-10 (1907)

Dry-air and long-term water (thermally nidifferent) baths for the treatment of chronic nephritis
Udrintsev R.

One of the most common and effective physical methods for treating jade is dry-air and water baths. They have been used for jade for a long time and, therefore, have lost the interest of novelty. However, something new was introduced into this area by the latest observations over a long (1-1 1/2 hours) action on the kidneys of the so-called "thermally indifferent" water baths (34 C).

Kazan medical journal. 1907;7(9-10):1-49
To characterize the Japanese military sanitary
Idelson E.M.

The progressive, intellectual and political movement, which embraced all the conscious population of our fatherland, put forward an urgent need for an accurate and truthful summing up of the results of the past, infamous, Russian-Japanese campaign. These results, perhaps, have already been summed up in part and clearly enough indicated to us our unpreparedness and the inertia of our state mechanism, which was working very unsatisfactorily, under the auspices of the obsolete order system.

Kazan medical journal. 1907;7(9-10):50-71
About digaleneotherapy
Teiсhmann F.

In this article Dr. Freidrich Teichmann continues with his readers his observations on the action of Digalen. In most cases, Digalen was used per os. In most cases, these were cases in which it was shown that the appointment of digalen was chronic heart weakness with difficult filling of blood in the arteries and stagnation in the veins. Thus, Digalen was prescribed for circulatory disorders in cases of stenosis and valve insufficiency, with heart weakness in the course of chronic nephritis, eclipsed with simple mudegeneration. The action of the digalen in all these cases was very satisfactory.

Kazan medical journal. 1907;7(9-10):72-73
Appeal of the Moscow Committee of Public Aid for the Hungry
Zhbankov D.

Again and again hunger hangs over a large part of Russia. According to the official data, the population of 21 provinces will need help for food and maintenance: Vitebsk, Volyn, Voronezh, Vyatka, Transbaikal oblasts, Kazan, Kaluga, Kiev, Minsk, Mogilev, Novgorod, Orenburg, Oryol, Podolsk, Pskov, Samara, Smolensk, Tavricheskaya, Tobolsk, Kherson and Chernigov. The Ministry of Internal Affairs is going to add 7,732,000 rubles to the 1908 estimate for food aid. But that this help will be far from sufficient, it is clear from local communications in some provinces.

Kazan medical journal. 1907;7(9-10):74-75

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