The Chicago Medical Times: A Monthly Journal of Eclectic Medicine and Surgery, Volume 12

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Page 155 - We live in deeds, not years ; in thoughts, not breaths ; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most — feels the noblest — acts the best...
Page 152 - By JAMES TYSON, MD, Professor of General Pathology and Morbid Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania...
Page 17 - The ancient laws of the country ordained men to be kept on bread alone, unmixed with salt, as the severest punishment that could be inflicted upon them in their moist climate. The effect was horrible ; these wretched criminals are said to have been devoured by worms engendered in their own stomachs.
Page 17 - ordained men to be kept on bread alone, unmixed with salt, as the severest punishment that could be inflicted upon them in their moist climate ; the effect was horrible : these wretched criminals are said to have been devoured by worms, engendered in their own stomachs.
Page 42 - If a person orders his paper discontinued, he must pay .all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it be taken from the office or not.
Page 547 - HAND-BOOK OF URINARY ANALYSIS (Chemical and Microscopical). For the use of Physicians, Medical Students and Clinical Assistants. BY FRANK M. DEEMS, MD, Laboratory Instructor in the Medical Department of the University of New York ; Member of the NY County Medical Society ; Member of the New York Microscopical Society, etc.
Page 306 - In headache due to determination of blood to the head and in fever, the following simple treatment is to be commended : — Put a handful of salt into a quart of water, add an ounce of spirits of hartshorn and half an ounce of spirits of camphor. Cork the bottle tightly, to prevent the escape of the spirit. Soak a piece of soft cloth with the mixture and apply it to the head ; wet the rag fresh as soon as it gets heated. Soaking the feet in very warm water, in which a spoonful of mustard has been...
Page 172 - For of the most High cometh healing, And he shall receive honour of the king. The skill of the physician shall lift up his head : And in the sight of great men he shall be in admiration.
Page 112 - I have often observed that, on mimicking the looks and gestures of angry, or placid, or frighted, or daring men, I have involuntarily found my mind turned to that passion whose appearance I endeavoured to imitate...
Page 231 - ... under the action of an emetic has not the opportunity to do anything else than be thoroughly nauseated. Give a full dose of ipecac with one grain of tartar emetic. 3. And this method of controlling the spasm will often act charmingly. Take a good sized lump of ice and press it right down on the nap of the neck.

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