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Page 142 - EARTH AS A TOPICAL APPLICATION IN SURGERY. Being a full Exposition of its use in all the Cases requiring Topical Applications admitted in the Surgical Wards of the Pennsylvania Hospital during a period of Six Months. With Four full-page Illustrations.
Page 156 - ... preparations, ending with Carnrick's, has been announced. Carnrick's food contains a large percentage of the solid constituents of milk, the casein of which has been partially digested so as to resemble the casein of human milk in its behavior under the digestive ferment. The other ingredient is stated to be wheat flour subjected to prolonged baking, so that its starch is to a considerable extent converted into dextrine. This food has the advantage of easy preparation in the nursery and easy...
Page 155 - The above combination which we have successfully and scientifically put in pill form, produces when taken into the stomach, Carbonate of the Protoxide of Iron (Ferrous Carbonate), in a quickly assimilable condition. This Pill contributed to make the reputation of Niemeyer, and the following language, which speaks without comment, is taken from his TEXT HOOK ON THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Page 190 - ... whirring sail goes round, And the whirring sail goes round ; Alone and warming his five wits, The white owl in the belfry sits. When merry milkmaids click the latch, And rarely smells the new-mown hay, And the cock hath sung beneath the thatch Twice or thrice his roundelay, Twice or thrice his roundelay ; Alone and wanning his five wits, The white owl in the belfry sits.
Page 69 - But, as Dr. Roberts points out, in order to make this ferment operative it must not be taken after a meal is over. Rather it should be added to the various forms of milk porridge or puddings before they are taken into the mouth. About this there exists no difficulty. Maltine is a molasses-like matter, and mixes readily with the milk, gruel, etc. without interfering either with its attractiveness in appearance or its toothsomeness ; indeed its sweet taste renders the gruel, etc.
Page 69 - ... indeed, its sweet taste renders the gruel, etc., more palatable. A minute or two before the milky mess is placed before the child or invalid, the maltine should be added. If a certain portion of baked flour, no matter in what concrete form, were added to plain milk, and some maltine mixed with it before it is placed on the nursery table, we should hear much less of infantile indigestion and malnutrition.
Page 142 - Absolutely uniform in purity and therapeutic power, produces clinical results which can not be obtained from the use of commercial bromide substitutes. DOSE— ONE TO TWO FLUID DRACHMS IN WATER, THREE TIMES PER DAY.
Page 357 - JŪ"Where women have aborted during previous Pregnancies, or in any case where abortion is feared, the Aletris Cordial is indicated, and should be continuously administered during- entire gestation. ACID
Page 125 - In the centre of the coloured circle, the nipple is observed partaking of the altered colour of the part, and appearing turgid and prominent, while the surface of the areola, especially that part of it which lies more immediately around the base of the nipple, is studded over and rendered unequal by the prominence of the glandular follicles, which, varying in number from twelve to twenty, project from the sixteenth to the eighth of an inch ; and lastly, the integument covering the part appears turgescent,...