By William Brockbank
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The Society became alarmed by these crude experiments and relegated fumigation to the list of forbidden methods, although in the previous forty years it had apparently succeeded in hundreds of cases. 43 We now reach another important person in the history of the development of the enema syringe. J o h n Read was a gardener and a man of much mechanical ingenuity. s syringe in use for administering an enema (left) and an enema of tobacco smoke (right). Cupping and breast glasses are also shown 54 doubtless while using it to water his roses he pondered how else it could be employed.
J o h n Read was a gardener and a man of much mechanical ingenuity. s syringe in use for administering an enema (left) and an enema of tobacco smoke (right). Cupping and breast glasses are also shown 54 doubtless while using it to water his roses he pondered how else it could be employed. In 1820 he took out a patent for a surgical syringe for removing poisons from the stomach and administering enemata. It was simple and most effective in its action. It could also be used to blow tobacco smoke into the rectum.
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Ancient Therapeutic Arts. The Fitzpatrick Lectures Delivered in 1950 & 1951 at the Royal College of Physicians by William Brockbank