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testinal canal as soap, another as free fatty Vivisection. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 273.) acids, and perhaps a portion as unchanged
Walking, the Art of. (H. W.,
(H. W., vol., XI. p. fat. 4. In the first few week's of infant life biliary coloring matter is constantly
159.) and distinctly to be found. In mild intes- Deformities Affected by Locality. (L. Tait, tinal troubles the biliverdin is increased, M. I., vol. IV., p. 555, 1876.) probably owing to the increased acidity of
“Turning Points in Life.” (I. D. Bruns, H. the intestinal contents. 5. The relative
W., vol. XI., p. 177.) proportion of cholesterine is the same as in the adult. 6. Of the ferments of the intes.
Ruminating, Case of in a Human Being. (H. tinal canal the diastase is present in small
W., vol. XI., p. 271.) quantity; pancreatin only in traces; pepsine
Micro-photographs in Histology. (M. I., vol. is entirely absent. (O. M. and S. R., July, IV., p. 442. 1876.) 1876, p. 224.)
Feeding by Sub-cutaneous Injections. Dr. J. The Vaso-Motor Apparatus. (J. S. P. Lord,
Krueg has found it possible to nourish paN. A. J., Nov., 1876.)
tients by subcutaneous injections of sugar, On the Eternal Question of the Origin of the milk, yolk of egg, and oil. Abscesses were
Lymphatics. At present there is far from not found to generally follow the injections. agreement upon the question whether the (Quoted from Lancet in O. M. and S. R., lymphatics open at their origin in the se.
p. 367.) rous cavities by orifices or stomata; those
Hypodermic Injections of Pure Water. Dr. in Germany admitting the thing as demon
Lafitte has employed subcutaneous injecstrated; others in France resolutely deny
tions of pure water in a great variety of ing it; some remain in doubt. Mr. Klein,
diseases attended with pain. He has thus in the London Med. Record, Jan. 15, 1876, obtained as much success in the relief of assures us that he has observed the lym- this latter element as when he employed pbatics of the lung open by two kinds of
injections of Morphia, and attributes it to mouths—the stomata and pseudo-stomata;
the compression of the terminal nervous the stomata communicating directly with filament by the injected water. the pleural cavity, and the pseudo-stomata and S. R, May, 1876, p. 170.) opening in the alveolar cavities of the lung, with the bronchial mucous membrane inter- Fruit for Food. It is claimed that the theory
mediate. (Bib. Hom., vol. VIII., p. 271.) that fresh ripe fruits, of which children are Experiments on a male rabbit with Baryta
very fond, are the most speedy and effectacet. (Dr. Hausmann, A. H. Z. 92, pp. 129
ual poisons for worms has been proved corand 137.)
rect in practice. (A. O., 1876, p. 542.) The Passions in their Relations to Health and
Extract of Beef. Large doses are quite inDisease. Translated from the French of
jurious, increase of dose not being followed Dr. H. Bourgeois. Review of. (A. 0.,
by increase of benefit. Cannot be compared 1876, p. 8.)
to meat juice as a strength giver. (A. O.,
1876, p. 579.) Dangers of Breathing by the Mouth. (O. M. and S. R., Nov., 1876, p. 365 )
Food vs. a Drug Diet. A paper saying all tea, Eating and Sleeping. (C. M. A., pp. 88, 425,
coffee, spices, and alcoholic beverages and 455.)
should be banished from our tables, and
salt only used. (T. M. Triplett, M. I., vol. On the Different Modes of Dying. (H. Smith, IV., p. 141, 1876.) H. W., vol. XI., p. 163.)
Is Rare Beef Dangerous ? (By the Editor of Prof. Hausemann's experiments at Buda- the Scientific American, C. M. A., p. 276.)
Pesth for the artificial production of single disease processes in healthy animals. Ex
Raw Meat, Dangers of. (H. W., vol. XI., p. periment with hydrated hypersulphide of
388.) Strychnia on a full grown male rabbit. (A. To grow fat, drivk a pint of milk on retiring. H. Ž. 92, pp. 81, 89.)
(H. M., October, 1876.) Microscopy. (O. P. Baer, C. M. A., p. 173.) Euthanasia. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 197.) Speech, Defects of. (E. B. Sholham, H. W., Colds, the Danger of Repeated. (H. W., vol.
vol. XI., p. 108.) Human Flesh, Taste of. (H. W., vol. XI., p.
XI., P. 434.) 294.)
Light in Hospitals and Rooms (H. W., vol. Anatomy and Physiology, Progress of. (M.
XI., p. 460.) I., vol. IV., p. 465.)
Sea Bathing. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 406.)
Flowers for Food. A notice of Bassia lati
ive dampness. This condition favors the folia and B. longifolia, the flowers of which generation of locusts, caterpillars, flies, and are used by the natives of East India as frogs, which cover the earth; as a sequence food. (A. O., 1876, p. 543.)
of these follow dearth and famine. Other Hydrogenoid(?) A paper. (E. Stevenson, M.
facts : 1. An increased pressure of the atI., vol. III., p. 535, 1876)
mosphere, greatest at the worst period of
the epidemic ; 2. An increased density of Colored Glass, Medical Use of. Dr. Ponga
the atmosphere, not arising from an insays violet rays possess intense electro
crease of the watery vapor; 3. Quantity of chemical power ; the red are very rich in
water in air one twentieth less than the calorific power; blue light is devoid of chemical and electrical power
average, but yet the mean weight of a it calms
cubic foot of air was two grains above the the furious excitement of maniacs. (G. M.
average; 4. Unusual alternation of heat Pease, M. I., vol. III., p. 450, 1876.)
and cold, heat predominating, and may Hygienic Preventive Medicine. How to build rise from two to eight degrees above the a good house ; a word in regard to poor
average. (A. W. Woodward, M. I., vol. houses, hospitals, and schools. (L. Dodge,
III., p. 254, 1876.) M. I., vol. III., p. 411, 1876.)
- In California. (W. N. Griswold, M. I., Hygienic Agents, Therapeutic. A paper on.
vol. III., p. 495, 1876.) (Helen J. Underwood, M. I., vol. III., p. Plague. Treatment by Xanthium spinosum. 406, 1876.)
(Cretin, Bul. Hom. Soc. Med. Franc., A Vegetarian's Bill of Fare. (A. O., 1876,
October, 1876.) p. 68.)
The Piague of Bagdad; character of. E. Ventilation. (M. M. Walker, O. M. and S. R., D. Dickson, M. I., vol. IV., p. 157, 1876.) November, 1876, p. 350.)
Transport of Sick and Wounded by Rail. Unhealthy Trades. Where, in a general pop- way. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 403.)
ulation, 100 males of thirty-five years die, Therapeutical Uses of Hot Baths. (A. O., of potters a proportion dies equal to 154.
1876, p. 175.) The special causes of disease are variations of heat and cold, and constant inhalation of
Pesetete. A new machine to weigh babies. dust. These produce bronchitis, asthma,
(A. O., 1876, p. 120) and pulmonary consumption. Paralytic Report on Climatology of the State of New diseases are often produced by the lead in York by Counties. (A. R. Wright, Trans. the clay. (Quoted from Dr. Richardson in N. Y. S., 1876–7, p. 359.) 0. M. and S. R., September, 1876, p. 302.)
Soil, Surface, and Climate of Warren County, Duration of Life. In ancient Rome, in 200 N. Y. (A, W. Holden, Trans. N. Y. S.,
to 300 A. D., the average was thirty years ; 1876–7, p. 358.)
Climate of California and Its Sanitary Conmany people live to be seventy as 300 years Value of Sanitary Measures. (L. D. Morse,
ditions. (F. Hiller, N. A. J., Nov., 1876.) ago lived to be forty-three. (A. O., 1876, p. 536.)
M. I., vol., Ill., p. 363, '76.) “Most Deathly Hour.” Out of 1000 deaths Weather Provinge. (Dr. B. W. James, H. M., at the Philadelphia Hospital the largest
June, '76.) number took place betwcen 6 and 7 A.M., Health as Affected by Drainage, Sewers, and
the next largest between 7 and 8 A. M. Sewerage. Report of the Commissioners Death, a Premonition of. (A. 0., 1876, p.
on Sewerage, of Boston. (Otis Clapp, N.
E. M. G., vol. XI., pp. 83, 109.) 230.)
Colorado as a Health Resort. Would you adDead, the Treatment of the. (H. W., vol. XI., vise me to go ? If you are an asthmatic, Pp. 448 and 497.)
yes; if you have a tendency to throat and Epidemics. The meteorological conditions pre
lung difficulties, yes; if you have dyspepceding. Dr. Southwood Smith
A person with heart disease
says: Among the premonitory indications of their must not go; a rheumatic patient had approach will be found a disturbance of
better stay away. (N. E. M. G., vol. XI., the regular conditions of the atmosphere, inversions of seasons, long continued California. Its mineral waters, climate, etc. drought, followed by protracted rainfall, (E. Kirkup, M. I., vol. IV., p. 544, '76.) causing the rivers to overflow and seed to French Watering Places. (H. W., vol. XI., p. rot, moist clouds and fog forming excess- 404.)
London Fog and Its Results. (H. W., vol. XI., The Size of the Ultimate Atoms of Matter. p. 198.)
(Brit. Jour., Apr., '76.) Infectious Diseases, On (E. B. De Geisdorff, Pharmacology and Provings, etc. (E. M. (N. E. M. G., vol. XI., p. 289.)
Hale, Brit. Jour., July, '76.) Concerning the Unknown Causes of Disease. Antidote for Poison-Oak. Fluid extract of (H. G. Schneider, A. H. Z. 92, p. 105.)
Arstolochia serpenturia (Virginia SnakeGerm Theory and Homeopathy. (Dr. Gerstel,
root) applied with large camel's hair brush. A. H. Z. 93, p. 2.)
(J. H. Sherman, A. O., '76, p. 604.) Concerning the Germ Theory. Addressed to Report of the progress in the formation of a Drs. Schüssler, Goullon, Jr., and Kirsch.
homeopathic model pharmacy in Berlin, (Albert Haupt, A. H. Z. 92, p. 39.)
giving the methuds used in preparing cer
tain drugs, and a list of those already Infection. An instance of the vitality of. (H. prepared. (By W. Sorge, A. H. Z. 93, W., vol. XI., p. 241.)
p. 147.) True or Natural Prophylaxis for Avoidance of Calcareous Preparations. A history of. (A.
Disease. A Paper. (G. W. Bowen, M. I., Imbert - Gourbeyre, Brit. Jour., July, vol. III., p. 532, '76.)
1878.) Bacteria, What Are? (C. M. A., p. 517.) Toxicology. A scientific principle for; that a Dr. Satteth waite says: They are vegeta
small dose of a drug will antidote its toxible organisms; they exist in body in health;
cological effect. A paper and discussion. they exist also in putritying fluids and in (Dr. Sharp, M. I., vol. III., p. 255, '76.) various diseased processes. It is doubtful Vinegar is a most useful adjunct to the dietary. whether the virulent principle of infective
It softens muscular fibre and favors the disease is albuminous; this principle does conversion of cellulose into sugar, which not reside in perfectly clear fluid which
is the first stage in the digestion of salads. passes through porous clay; this principle (T. K. Chambers, H. W., vol. XI., p. 193.) is soluble or at least suspended in water ; the liquid thus poisonous may be clear to Licking Gummed Envelopes. Several cases of the eye, but the microscope shows gran
blood poisoning from. (Dr. Crawfort, H. ules; these granules have not produced
W., vol. XI., p. 200.) bacteria in a number ot instances, when Lead Poisoning in Vegetables. (H. W., vol. they were placed in a suitable condition XI., p. 488.) to do so; satisfactory evidence has not smoking. Case of poisoning by, in a young been brought to prove thai minute or
man who smoked twelve cigars in succes. isms are the sole and sufficient causes of
sion. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 539.)
Eucalyptus Globulus. Effects of the trees upon
malaria. (Exchange, H. W., vol. XI., p.
Tobacco). Consumption of. (H. W., vol. XI.,
Opium Smokers. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 343.)
93, p. 75.)
(A. H. Z. 93, p. 141.)
(H. W., Journal, H. W., vol. XI., p. 487.)
vol. XI., p. 484.)
Darwin's Experiments on the Drosera rotundiOpium Eating in New York.
(A. O., 1876,
folia with Phosphate of Ammonia. Showp. 231.)
ing the effect on the plant of the minutest Slumbering Plants. Interesting experiment
divisions of the salt. (Quoted in A. H. by a French chemist in exposing the plant
Z. 93, p. 14.) to a bright light at night and putting it Iron. Rusting of, due to carbonic acid, and in a dark room by day. After a struggle not so much to oxygen as has been usually the plant submitted and turned day into supposed, according to the experiments of night. (A. O., '76, p. 540.)
Dr. Calvert. (H. W., vol. XI., p. 538.)
Pioneers in Chemistry. (0. Cheverton, H. W., Deodorization. (T. Skinner, H. W., p. 21, vol. vol. XI., p. 205.)
a health resort. Pure water, Hypodermic injection of. (Ext. in Hot Springs, Arkansas, as N. E. M. G., vol. XI., p. 432.)
(Brooks and Ordway, M, I., vol. IV., p.
546, 76.) Pharmacy. The molecular theory as applied The Mineral Waters of the Caucasus. A Bal
to. (C. W. Spalding, M. I., vol. III., p. neological study, hy Carl Lange. (Re402, '76.)
viewed by Dr. Lorbacher, A. H. Z. 92, p. Globules an Injury to Homeopathy. A Paper The Rational Indications for the Use of Min
70.) showing that patients want something more physical and baven't faith in sugar
eral Springs. (By E. H. Kisch, reviewed pills. (D. Pittman, M. I., vol. IV., p. 109,
by T. Kafka, A. H. Z. 93, p. 86.) 576.)
Two New Springs at Karlsbad. (T. Kafka, A.
H. Z. 92, p. 207.)
(H. W., vol. Braun, M. I., vol. IV., p. 271, '76.)
XI., p. 75.) Medicines. Preparation of. (Lewis Sherman, Mineral Waters. Hermann Welsch. (H. W H. W., vol. XI., p 70.)
vol. XI., p. 15.)
84 Caries, cases and treatment of..... 178
1 treatment of; suppuratio, Cataract, Oleum phosphoratum in... 46
138 Aurum, 4; muriaticum in heart dis- Cautery, actual, bow rendered pain.
eases, 97 ; muriaticum natron.. 4
Cephalalgia, case of....
Cephalanthus oc. in ear-ache... 48
189 Cerebral diseases and remedies, 33;
clinical record of, 33; disease,
168 Cerebro-spinal congestion, 41; men-
Chaulmugra in leprosy.
Chilblains, treatment of....
Children, effect of different regions
upon development and diseases
of, 145 ; respiratory affections
Bile pigment, new mode of detect-
of, 145 ; hygienic treatment of,
145; indigestion of, 145; ente-
ritis of, 146; diarrhea of, 145;
dysentery of, 146 ; atrophy of,
146 ; vaccination of, 147; effects
atony and paralysis of, 100
of climate on, 147; tæpia in,
from raw meat..
Chimaphila (pyrola) mac.; umb....
China, 8; in diseases of the eye,
41; in gall-stone and colic.... 97
15; stains, micro-spectroscopic
the, 155 ; upon the causes of
spontaneous coagulation of the 157
Chloroform as an apæsthetic..
Cholera, 93; infantum..
Bong growth, case of.
Chondroses, v. Grauvogl on.
Brain, laceration of, 33; diseases,
Cider in scrofulous affections 189
cord, leutic diseases of, 36 ;
Climatology, weather, etc., reports
and essays on......
Cocoanut oil, effect of .
Bristle-probang for æsophagus...: 176 Coffee, Hahnemann's treatise on.::
Colcbicum, characteristics of...
Colored glass, medical use of... 188
Bufo in panaritium.
Constipation; chronic, treatment of 93
Contracted pupil in heart disease.. 45
Convulsions, treatment of ; arrest
of by sinistro-lateral posture.. 154
140 Cornea, opacity of; staphyloma of, 43
6 Cosmetics, nervous affections
7 caused by....
180 Cough ; Rumer hydrolapathum in.. 23
170 Cranial bones, syphilitic hyperos-
7 tosis of..
7 Crazy people outside insane asy-
41 Crocus eativa..