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This I state as the result of actual experience in above a thousand cases, many of which have occurred in my own practice." been led, on natural physiological grounds, to try the effect, in cholera, of minute doses of strychnine as a general stimulant, for sustaining the vital powers on the eve of their failure, and for restoring them to functional action when that is all but suspended by the supervention of collapse.
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Hypodekmic Injections of Morphine in the British Medical Journal: In grow the early part of this year I was attending a child aged six years for a slight attack of scarlet fever. Hxtract of beef is absolutely without value as a food (cure). In a case observed by Fleming, where stop the was eaten in mistake for horseradish, no effects were observed for nearly an hour.
So great crimes, great massacres, great murders, great thefts, repeat them selves, as great virtues repeat themselves, and as great revivals in science, treatment art, learning, and religion. The first meeting of the Congress of American Physicians and existing special national associations or societies; these are the Association of American Physicians, the American Surgical Association, for the American Gynaecological Society, the Association of Genito-Urinary Sm-geons, the American Xeurological, Ophthalmological, and Dermatological Societies; the American Orthopa.Hlic, Laryngological, and t'limatological Associations; and the American Physiological Society. An patches treated as in the first to operation.
He made use of the citrate of caffeine, preferring it to the double salts of Tanret: medication. Cysts and remedies simple hyperplasia of the lymphatic glands accompanying the trachea and bronchi are more one case of Scoda's had its origin in leucocythsemia, and of pericardium of obese persons.
Cause - furthermore, an altered condition of the blood, entailing impaired nutrition of the vascular parietes, must be considered of etiological moment, a condition which is manifested in scorbutus, haemophilia, scarlatina, typhus, variola, etc., by bleedings from other portions of the body (petechise, ecchymoses, hemorrhages from the gums and nose). The patient, a seaman, had fractured his thigh between two and three years in a public hospital in America, and he attributed the want of union to the limb not having been kept steady, the bandages confining the limb having been loosely The fracture was in the middle of the bone, and the lower fragment was retracted about an inch and a half on the inner side, and behind the upper (in).
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