The Medico-pharmaceutical Critic and Guide, Volumes 3-4

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Page 166 - THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE — A Text-Book for Practitioners and Students with Special Reference to Diagnosis and Treatment. By James Tyson, MD, Professor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania and Physician to the Hospital of the University...
Page 177 - Ancemia results from a form of malnutrition which is not caused by lack of any nutritive element, but by the absolute inertia of the digestive function. BOVININE comes to the rescue by supplying a vitalized and perfectly compounded pabulum that calls for no chemico-vital effort or expenditure whatever. Have we made the contrast between BOVININE and all the rest of the prepared foods distinct enough ? If not, please apply the crucial test — clinical use — at our expense, and convince yourself...
Page 59 - My duties to the Sultan are very heavy. I am obliged to visit him every day, early in the morning; and when he or any of his children, or any of the inmates of his harem, are indisposed, I dare not quit Kahira, but must stay during the greater part of the day in the palace.
Page 47 - The woman about to become a mother or with her newborn infant upon her bosom, should be the object of trembling care and sympathy wherever she bears her tender burden or stretches her aching limbs. The very outcast of the streets has pity upon her sister in degradation when the seal of promised maternity is impressed upon her. The remorseless vengeance of the law, brought down upon its victim by a machinery as sure as destiny, is arrested in its fall at a word which reveals her transient claim for...
Page 136 - An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure" is an old truth, and exceedingly well appliable to sheep husbandry.
Page 13 - Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis, the object of which is to limit the spread of diseases, which have their origin in the social evil.
Page 177 - Because it supplies the starving organism with the requisites for immediate reparation. 2. Because it needs no preparation, or transformation at the hands of the vital machinery before it can be assimilated and converted into living force. Scores of theoretically excellent foods lack this vital condition, and are therefore appealed to in vain. 3. Because the condition called...
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