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particularly in children, and others accustomed to live on sucha
17. We must consider, also, in which cases food is to begiven
once o`r twice a day, and in greater o`r smaller quantities, andat
intervals. Something must be conceded to habit, to season, tocountry,
and to age.
18. Invalids bear food worst during summer and autumn, mosteasily
in winter, and next in spring.
19. Neither give nor enjoin anything to persons duringperiodical
paroxysms, but abstract from the accustomed allowance beforethe
20. When things are at the crisis, o`r when they have just passedit,
neither move the bowels, nor make any innovation in thetreatment,
either as regards purgatives o`r any other such stimulants, butlet
21. Those things which require to be evacuated should be
evacuated, wherever they most tend, by the proper outlets.
22. We must purge and move such humors as are concocted, not suchas
are unconcocted, unless they are struggling to get out, whichis
mostly not the case.
23. The evacuations are to be judged of not by their quantity,but
whether they be such as they should be, and how they areborne.