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

 - Class of 1909

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inHammations, diseases of the skin, such as psoriasis, lupus, and eczema, subsequent maladies of the serous membranes, the pleura, the pericarclium, and peri- toneum, dry atrophic rhinitis, trachetis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, emphysema pulmonum, pleuritis exudativa and sicca, chronic catarrh of stomach or intestine, insufficient gastric juice, atony of the gas- tric or intestinal walls, habitual constipation, conva- lescence, as after infectious diseases, malaria, chronic lead, mercurial, nicotine, etc., poisoningg diseases of the nervous system, as tabes dorsalis, neuralgia, hys- teria, myelitis, multiple scerlosis, poliomyelitis, pro- gressive muscular atrophy, amyotrophic lateral scel- erosis, hemiplegia, peripheral neuritis. There are many well-known medical men whom the patients consult as to their condition and treat- ment while at Nauheim, the representative men being Med. Rat. Prof. Graedel, Professor Dr. Schott, and Geh. Med. Rat. Abee. V Q' fig- .17 ,sill VS!L?4Sfo avi 53217 N119-Nqr 931,11 -WD" -vvkbsoe lonyfvv' 'S,'4Po'lA'5" Lg, ,. .o, '-.Cv -' 90 33

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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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Rest By Francis F. Knorp, M. D. HIS means to cease from labor or exertiong to take relaxation from toil or effort, for the purpose of recuperation. i God rested from all His work, the ocean never rests. It means to be free from disturbance, annoyance, distraction, or excitementg to be quiet or stillg to be at peace, to be tranquil, to repose. NVhile most of us know its literal meaning, very few experience it. There is a science in resting as well as anything else, and I believe we should all study the art along with the other studies. This applies to those who toil, not including those to whom it came naturally and whose only effort in life has been to push it along. The mistake most people make is that they have their mind made up to take a rest when a certain goal they have mapped out has been reached, never figuring what may happen in the interim. My motto is, "To rest and enjoy life as we jour- ney onf' The most microscopic part of our body needs rest and must have it: so the body as a whole. The heart is a good example of resting while going. It acts in a cycle-one portion for contraction or emptying, one portion for dilating or filling, and another portion for rest. VVhile the latter is infini- tesimal in each cycle, still it is there, and in the aggregate amounts up. The only real way to rest is to get away, body and mind, from your routine work. Those cooped up all week should get out in the fresh air, take jaunts in the country. Those work- ing' hard physically, keep quiet, but in the open. The Bible tells us that on the seventh day we shall rest. I don't believe this means to become 34

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