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Contusions








Contusions are best healed by laying a piece of folded lint, well
wetted with extract of lead, or boracic acid, on the part, and, if
there is much pain, placing a hot bran poultice over the dressing,
repeating both, if necessary, every two hours. When the injuries are
very severe, lay a cloth over the part, and suspend a basin over it
filled with cold lotion. Put a piece of cotton into the basin, so that
it shall allow the lotion to drop on the cloth, and thus keep it always
wet.





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