Editor Medical World :—I ask help for a case of simple but intractable bronchial asthma. I can find no complications. The patient is a lady, about 40 years old, weight 200 pounds, ruddy complexion, red hair. There is no hereditary taint. She is now five months pregnant, but the asthma does not seem to be much worse than before she became so. I have given her a good many remedies with only temporary relief. J. R. Mclaurin, M.D. Toomsuba, Miss. ,
A humble submission on the part of a doctor who had the best interest of his patient at hand.