Medical Review, Volume 35

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Page 464 - A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries and Improvements in the Medical and Surgical Sciences. Edited by Hobart Amory Hare, MD, Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. Octavo, handsomely bound in cloth, 440 pages, 28 illustrations. Per volume, $2.50, by express prepaid to any address. Per annum, in four cloth-bound volumes, $10.00. Lea Brothers & Co., Publishers, Philadelphia and New York.
Page 412 - New York City, contains an article of which the following is an excerpt, which we feel expresses the consensus of medical opinion as adduced by actual results: "Antikamnia is an American preparation that has come into extensive use as an analgetic and antipyretic. It is a white, crystalline, odorless powder, having a slightly aromatic taste, soluble in hot water, almost insoluble in cold water, but more fully soluble in alcohol. ****** "As an antipyretic it acts rather more slowly than antipyrine...
Page 374 - THE INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL ANNUAL AND PRACTITIONER'S INDEX. A Work of Reference for Medical Practitioners.
Page 17 - These dry up into characteristic golden-yellow crusts, which fall off in two or three weeks, leaving circular, reddened, non-ulcerated areas behind. Successive crops of vesicles may prolong the disease for two months or more. It is undoubtedly parasitic; but, though Kaposi claims to have found it, the etiological factor is still unknown. The treatment consists in removal of the crusts with olive oil compresses, cleansing the skin with hot water and soap, boric acid solution, etc., followed by the...
Page 258 - Reed. 3. Report of the committee on minimum standard of requirements. 4. Discussion and action thereon. 5. Report of the secretary and treasurer. 6. Annual address of the president. 7. Some practical experience with, and results of, the medical law of Pennsylvania.
Page 387 - Quantities of such so-called coca-wine have been seized upon by various Health authorities and destroyed. Any physician will realize the danger ensuing from the use of decoctions of such a character. These spurious and dangerous preparations are having the effect of causing misapprehension and working an indirect injury to a really valuable drug, for the real usefulness and value of Coca, when conscientiously prepared and properly administered, have long since been recognized by the medical fraternity.*...
Page 428 - The Ear and Its Diseases"; honorary president of the faculty and professor of diseases of the nose, throat and ear in the Illinois Medical College; professor in the Chicago Post-graduate Medical School and Hospital ; surgeon to the Post-graduate Hospital and to the Illinois Hospital ; consulting surgeon to the Mary Thompson Hospital, to the Illinois Masonic Orphans' Home, and to the Silver Cross Hospital of Joliet, etc.
Page 9 - ... minims, at intervals of five to fifteen days, should be employed. 3. After completion of the course and cessation of the symptoms, employ tonics, etc., without specific treatment, for three months. 4. Thereupon a second calomel course as above, plus a small dose (15 grains) of iodide of potassium in milk after meals.
Page 136 - ... should be exercised in order to make sure that the proper area is removed. 6. Surgical interference for the cure of epilepsy associated with infantile cerebral palsies may be attempted, particularly if too long an interval has not elapsed since the beginning of the palsy. 7- In cases of epilepsy...
Page 435 - No attention will be paid to anonymous communications or those only signed with initials. We do our best in all cases to publish the replies in our next issue following the receipt of the inquiry, but cannot absolutely guarantee this.

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