His therapeutics were simple and salutary, because of his renunciation of venesection, which was much abused in his day.
Evacuations by venesection and catharsis, and then by the exhibition of opium.
Pagel has called attention to Mondeville's insistence on preparing the patient's mind properly for venesection.
If the countenance is bloated, venesection may be performed.
venesection itself in nine out of ten cases probably did more physical harm than good, but all the good came from its suggestion.
In venesection the withdrawal of blood may not affect the blood pressure.
venesection was succeeded by large doses of calomel, and the calomel era continued on almost to our own generation.
He counselled the use of venesection, of laxatives and purgatives, of baths and stimulant remedies.
When the difficulty of respiration is great, venesection is immediately necessary, and then an emetic, and a blister.
The phthalein on the day following the second venesection was 45 per cent in two hours.
venesection ven·e·sec·tion (věn'ĭ-sěk'shən, vē'nĭ-)