Feeding Per Rectum: As Illustrated in the Case of the Late President Garfield, and Others.
Washington, DC, Published by the author, ND (c. 1882). Pamphlet. pp. 16. Small stitched pamphlet. The fragile printed paper covers of this article are chipped at the spine, and have now detached (but are still present). The contents are clean and unmarked. On July 2, 1881, while in Philadelphia, President James A. Garfield was shot twice by an assassin named Charles J. Guiteau. Dr. Bliss, the author of this article, was the one of the first doctors upon the scene, and attended the stricken president until he died about a day later. A most unusual and scarce item of presidential ephemera; This is the original article, complete and as originally published. An offprint from 'The Medical Record', published in New York City, July 18th, 1882. Not in G&M.
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Keywords: William Garfield;Rectal feeding;Enema;Colon;Internal medicine;;;;NHMED2