University of the Pacific School of Dentistry - Chips Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 1909

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salts. The amount of carbonic acid gas is of great importance, and, corresponding to the variety in administering different forms of baths, is large or small in the most varied gradations. The bath water is supplied by three very abundant Sprudel springs, Nos. VII, X-Xl, and XIV, so named according to their order of borings, which rise from a depth, respectively, of 530, 1500, and 690 feet, and, owing to the strength of the CCL, when the stopcock is opened, are driven to a height of 50 feet above the surface of the ground. lfrom these springs alone 6,000 baths could be given daily. Types of Baths.-Sprudel Bath.-The water of the springs is brought through conduits leading from the upper tube into the bath direct, without coming into contact with the outer air, so that it preserves its full amount of ca1'bonic acid gas. Thermal Sprudel Bath.-lly direct branch con- nection with the upper tube, a portion of the Sprudel water is conducted into closed reservoirs, stored therein, and afterwards used for the so-called Thermal Sprudel baths. The water loses very little CCL. Thermal Bath.-The Sprudel water which Hows out of the upper tubes of the Sprudel is collected in large reservoirs. On being left exposed to the air. a portion of the carbonic acid evaporates, the iron and calcium salts are deposited, and a brownish yellow Huid now forms, called Thermal llrine, which is used to prepare the Thermal baths. Stream Bath.-lily means of a special contrivance attached to the baths, it is possible to arrange., for stream baths with continuous in and out How of the water: Sprudel, Thermal Sprudel, and Thermal Stream baths. Brine Bath.-These llrine baths fSaalbaderj are supplied from the Thermal water of the springs, which is freed from iron and calcium salts, as well as carbonic acid, by the process of "graduation," Owing to the manifold variety, it is possible to prescribe baths just as they are suited to the indi- vidual necessity of the case. 3I

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DR. SYDNEY R. DANNENBAUM



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The Drinking Cure.-Nauheim now has fine drink- ing springs, of which the Kur and Karlsbrunnen belong to the group of carbonated Thermal salt waters, while the Ludwigsbrunnen is a neat acidu- lated sodium water, and the Schwaleim spring an excellent acidulated ferruginous one: also belonging to the latter, and the most recently bored, is the Lowen-Quelle, exceptionally rich in carbonic acid gas. The Kurbrunnen resembles the Kissingen Rakoczy and is administered diluted, because pure it causes irritation of the mucous membranes. The Karlsbrun- nen is very similar to the Hamburg Elizabeth spring, hence these two are especially used as drinking cures in maladies of the respiratory organs, or digestive dis- turbances, or weakness in assimilation. The Ludwigsbrunnen is often used for gout. and as a pleasant table water, and for diluting the Kur- brunnen. The Schwalheim-Brunnen and the Lowen-Quelle are not only medicinal, but pleasant table waters. Other Remedies The auxiliary remedies are the Inhalatorium, for inhalation of pulverized salt, pneumatic treatment, application of rarefied and condensed air and oxygen administration: also douches, sitz baths, electric baths, sand and mud baths, Rontgen rays, and gym- nastics and massage: also the Terrain Cure and Milk Cure. The following diseases are treated at Nauheim: In affections of the circulatory system, valvular de- ficiencies and chronic affections of the cardiac muscle, nervous diseases of the heart, arterio-sclerosis: also other diseases, as: Chronic muscular rheumatism, acute articular rheumatism, chronic articular rheuma- tism, arthritis deformans, Base-:dow's disease, corpu- lency, diabetes, gout, scrofula, rachitis and ostemala- cia, anemia and chlorosis, chronic metritis with its squellae, simple catarrh of the cervix uteri, pelvic 32

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