Pediatrics, Volume 17, Issue 4

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Pediatric Publishing Company, 1905

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Page xiv - Chemistry, and the kindred branches, including much collateral information of an encyclopedic character, together with new and elaborate tables of Arteries, Muscles, Nerves, Veins, etc. ; of Bacilli, Bacteria, Micrococci, Streptococci ; Eponymic Tables of Diseases, Operations, Signs and Symptoms, Stains, Tests, Methods of Treatment, etc., etc. By WA NEWMAN DORLAND, AM, MD. Editor of the "American Pocket Medical Dictionary.
Page xii - POCKET MEDICAL DICTIONARY. Edited by WA NEWMAN DORLAND, MD, Assistant Obstetrician to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Containing the pronunciation and definition of the principal words used in medicine and kindred sciences, with 64 extensive tables. Handsomely bound in flexible leather, with gold edges, $1.00 net; with patent thumb index, $1.25 net. " I can recommend it to our students without reserve.
Page xiv - The American Illustrated Medical Dictionary. A new and complete dictionary of the terms used in Medicine, Surgery, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Chemistry, and kindred branches ; with over 100 new and elaborate tables and many handsome illustrations. By WA NEWMAN BORLAND, MD, Editor of " The American Pocket Medical Dictionary.
Page 190 - ... figs. It is recommended by many of the most eminent physicians, and used by millions of families with entire satisfaction. It has gained its great reputation, with the medical profession, by reason of the acknowledged skill and care exercised by the California Fig Syrup Co. in securing the laxative principles of the senna, by methods of its own, and presenting them in the best and most convenient form.
Page xiv - ... on the market. In this the third edition several hundreds of new terms that have been added to the vocabulary of medical sciences have been incorporated and clearly defined. The entire work, moreover, has evidently been subjected to a careful revision, and many of the tables, notably those of acids, bacteria, stains, tests, methods of treatment, etc., have been amplified, and their practical value greatly increased. It is only by such constant and careful revision that a medical dictionary can...
Page xvi - Aneemia logically, rationally and radically, for several substantial reasons: 1. 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.
Page 192 - SCHERING'S Tasteless and odorless cathartic, unique in promptness, reliability, pleasantness and harmlessness. A 100/ compound of Lime and Sodium Glycero-phosphates (1:1), convenient for dispensing and administration. Effects a urinary antisepsis that was wholly unattainable before its introduction by Prof. Nicolaier. Renders infections shorter and milder, lessens danger of contagion. Invaluable in all zymotic diseases.
Page xii - Inflammation in any form attacking the tonsillar region gives rise to symptoms of most distressing character, and at the same time provides a most favorable soil for the entry into the system of other infections. It is well to remember that at first this disease is only a local disturbance affecting the capillary system and glandular structure, and if promptly and efficiently treated will remain local.
Page 190 - SYRUP OF FIGS" is a simple, safe and reliable laxative, which does not irritate or debilitate the organs on which it acts, and, being pleasant to the taste, it is specially adapted to ladies and children, although generally applicable in all cases. Special investigation of the profession invited. :: :: :: :: "SYRUP OF FIGS" is never sold In bulk. It retails at fifty cents per bottle, and the name "SYRUP OF FIGS...
Page 190 - Syrup of Figs — is a simple, safe and reliable laxative, which does not irritate or debilitate the organs on which it acts, and, being pleasant to the taste, it is especially adapted to ladies and children, although generally applicable in all cases. Special investigation of the profession invited. Syrup of Figs — is never sold in bulk. It retails at fifty cents per bottle, and the name— SYRUP OF FIGS...

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