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Page 7 - ... recommends and requests the various departments of the Grand Army of the Republic to institute and perfect in each department an organization similar to those already in existence in the departments of New York and Pennsylvania, for the protection of the rights of the veterans under the law. Be it also resolved, that a copy of these resolutions, properly attested, be forwarded to the President and Vice-President of the United States, and to the several members of the Cabinet, as the voice of...
Page 90 - Potassium is indicated, but with more marked effects than usually attends the use of that salt. The lime and iodine are held together by a feeble affinity, and the salt will not admit of exposure without evolving free Iodine. The solution is a colorless and almost tasteless liquid, and remains permanent although long kept and exposed to the air.
Page 90 - Each dram of the salt contains 8J grains of iodine, and each fluid ounce of the solution contains $ grain of iodine. The iodine in the solution exists in the form of iodide of calcium and iodide of lime. Acids decompose the solution and free the iodine, and hence the utility of this form for the administration of iodine. Probably in the state of an oxide, the iodide of calcium is superior to the iodide of potassium in several particulars : "1st.
Page 20 - Holland is fully justified, that " the methods of research in medicine at the present time have gained greatly in exactness, and in the just appreciation of facts, upon those of any previous period.
Page 76 - I received the degree of doctor of medicine from the college of physicians and surgeons, Baltimore (University of Maryland) in 1896.
Page 90 - The lime and iodine are held together by a feeble affinity, and the salt will not admit of exposure without evolving free Iodine. The solution is a colorless and almost tasteless liquid, and remains permanent although long kept and exposed to the air. Each drachm of the salt contains eight and a half grains of Iodine, and each fluid ounce of the solution contains half a grain of Iodine. 'The Iodine in the solution exists in the form of Iodide of Calcium and lodate of Lime.
Page 44 - ... among very young subjects. . . . Tertian fevers were rife Summer and Autumn. . . . At the close of Summer a bilious and typhoid fever occurred, and at the end of the year, pneumonia and rheumatism. Little wonder that Dr. John R. Stevenson, writing of < 40 his practice in the 1860's, remarked, "The daily routine of a physician's visits to his sick patients gives but a faint idea of the vast amount of disease and infirmity that exist throughout the land. The number of men among us who are feeble,...
Page 7 - May 1, 1877, the following resolutions were adopted:— Resolved, That the members of this Society have heard with profound sorrow of the deatli of one of its oldest members, Dr.
Page 85 - Tinctura Cort. Cinamomi, 3i Tinctura Caryophylli, vi gtts. "A peculiarity of this combination consists in presenting a Protosalt of Iron, with the active principles of the best variety of Peruvian Bark, in the from of a pleasant Elixir or Cordial." "As Protoxide of Iron is much more readily assimilable than any other form of the metal, a less amount is required as a dose.
Page 86 - A peculiarity of this combination consists in presenting a Protosalt of Iron, with the active principles of the best variety of Peruvian Bark, in the from of a pleasant Elixir or Cordial." "As Protoxide of Iron is much more readily assimilable than any other form of the metal, a less amount is required as a dose. The Elixir of Bark and Iron contains in each tablespoonful about three grains of Iron, and what is equivalent to one-third of a grain each of Cinchonine and Quinine. This amount, or half...

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