Definition of Lavements
1. lavement [n] - See also: lavement
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Literary usage of Lavements
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Sexual Organs of Women by Friedrich Wilhelm Scanzoni (1861)
"Administered in the form of lavements, these medicaments have a much more prompt and sure operation than when Fig. Jl —In-Tun,.tit for the local application ..."
2. Dietetical and Medical Hydrology: A Treatise on Baths, Including Cold, Sea by John Bell (1850)
"... FOR DRINK ITS HYGIENIC PROPERTIES—UTILITY IN DISEASES AS A GARGLE—COMBINED USE OF COLD DRINKS, lavements, AND BATHS OBJECTIONS TO THE WATERY REGIMEN MR. ..."
3. Diseases of the stomach and intestines: A Manual of Clinical Therapeutics by Dujardin-Beaumetz (1886)
"... lavements, their History and Origin—Modifications in the Instrument—The Age of lavements—Action of lavements, their Advantages and Disadvantages. ..."
4. The Modern Treatment of Diseases of the Heart: A Manual of Clinical Therapeutics by Dujardin-Beaumetz, Georges Octave Dujardin-Beaumetz (1887)
"... Frictions and lavements of Digitalis—Indications and Contraindications for Digitalis —Convallaria—Bromide of Potassium—Coffee and Caffeine—Strychnine. ..."
5. Clinical Therapeutics: Lectures in Practical Medicine : the Treatment of by Dujardin-Beaumetz (1885)
"... Salicylate, and Tannate of Quinine—Mode of Administration—Pills—Potions—Gastric Method—Intestinal Method—lavements—Dermic and Hypodermic Methods—Pomades ..."
6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1875)
"lavements of Cold Water in Typhoid Fever.—Г>г. For/rz, of Lyons, advocates lavements of cold water in typhoid fever. After numerous observations he ..."