The Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 64

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Wm. Phillips and Company, 1904

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Page 181 - A Yearly Digest of Scientific Progress and Authoritative Opinion in all branches of Medicine and Surgery, drawn from journals, monographs, and text-books of the leading American and Foreign authors and investigators. Collected and arranged, with critical editorial comments, by eminent American specialists and teachers, under the general editorial charge of GEORGE M.
Page 700 - BROMIDIA EVERY FLUID DRACHM CONTAINS FIFTEEN GRAINS EACH OF PURE CH LORAL HYDRATE AND PURIFIED BROM. POT.; AND ONE-EIGHTH GRAIN EACH OF GEN. IMP. EX. CANNABIS IND. AND...
Page 181 - Expert Evidence" not only is advice given to medical experts, but suggestions are also made to attorneys as to the best methods of obtaining the desired information from the witness.
Page 76 - Lancet-Clinic} finds no danger whatever from the use of the nasal douche provided ordinary care is taken and a proper solution is employed. The charge that post-nasal douching is prone to excite inflammation of the middle ear he does not find sustained. All leading specialists employ this method of treatment in the posterior as well as the anterior nares with equally good results. The doctor has had chronic nasal catarrh of many months' duration yield to douching when heroically employed.
Page 569 - O, wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as others see us!
Page 75 - They have been found to allay the lightning, lancinating pains of locomotor ataxia, but nowhere may they be employed with such confidence as in the neuralgias limited to the area of distribution of the fifth nerve. Here their action is almost specific, surpassing even the effect of aconite over this nerve.
Page 237 - In speaking of the treatment of articular rheumatism, Hobart A. Hare, MD, professor of therapeutics in the Jefferson Medical College and editor of the Therapeutic Gazette, says: "Any substance possessing strong antipyretic power must be of value under such circumstances.
Page 59 - ... to energetic treatment as a serious case. Under the treatment employed she improved rather well; but, though the blennorrhagia was not cured, the syphilitic manifestations of the skin disappeared, and the ulcer at the neck improved somewhat until confinement, which took place at the eighth month, five months after her admission. The confinement was normal. However, the patient was attacked by a great flux and suffered a complete laceration of the right side of the neck; an incomplete laceration...
Page 181 - The responsibility of pharmacists in the compounding of prescriptions, in the selling of poisons, in substituting drugs other than those prescribed, etc., furnishes a chapter of the greatest interest to everyone concerned with questions of medical jurisprudence.
Page 655 - State, on which an average grade of not less 75 per cent, was awarded, the holder thereof having been at the time of said examination the legal possessor of a diploma from a medical college in good standing in the State where reciprocal registration is sought, may be accepted, in lieu of examination, as evidence of qualification.

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