Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York

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Page 156 - There was slight anaesthesia during the first three days, which gradually wore off, and had entirely disappeared at the end of the first or beginning of the second week.
Page 390 - A person duly authorized to practice physic or surgery, or a professional or registered nurse, shall not be allowed to disclose any information which he acquired in attending a patient in a professional capacity, and which was necessary to enable him to act in that capacity...
Page 60 - That by the destruction of this matter on its issue from the body,, by means of proper chemicals or otherwise — seconded by good sanitary conditions, — there is reason to hope that we may, eventually, and possibly at no very distant time, rid ourselves entirely of this fatal scourge.
Page 461 - The future and its viewless things — That undiscovered mystery • Which one who feels death's winnowing wings Must needs read clearer, sure, than he! Bring none of these; but let me be, While all around in silence lies...
Page 14 - To Establish Boards of Medical Examiners of the State of New York for the Examination and licensing of Practitioners of Medicine and Surgery...
Page 12 - ... with but few exceptions, in their annual addresses have laid emphasis upon the importance of some radical change in the prevailing system. There has been scarcely a year from 1824 down to the present, that the question has not come up in some form or another, either in debate or in formal address, so that year by year the note of warning has been sounded on the subject of separating the teaching and licensing powers. More definite shape, however, was given to the matter some seven or more years...
Page 552 - State medical library. The state medical library shall be a part of the New York state library under the same government and regulations and shall be open for consultation to every citizen of the state at all hours when the state library is open and shall be available for borrowing books to every accredited physician residing in the state of New York, who shall conform to the rules made by the regents for insuring proper protection and the largest usefulness to the people of the said medical library.
Page 211 - Early diagnosis is of the greatest importance in reference to treatment and result. 1. Find with tip of finger — using firm pressure — point of sensitiveness (exact point of greatest sensitiveness) ; it will be, in an adult, one and a half to two inches inside the right anterior superior spinous process of the ilium, on a line drawn from that process to the umbilicus ; in children, according to...
Page 60 - That the tuberculous matter itself is (or includes) the specific morbific matter of the disease, and constitutes the material by which phthisis is propagated from one person to another, and disseminated through society.
Page 266 - ... 2. In mild cases of the disease in which the pyrexia has not been of high grade, and in which perforation occurs at the end of the third week, or later when the stage of convalesence is fully pronounced, laparotomy may be performed.

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