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Page 152 - ... 3. An interval of about twelve days or more after contamination appears to be necessary before the mosquito is capable of conveying the infection. 4. The bite of the mosquito at an earlier period after contamination does not appear to confer any immunity against a subsequent attack. 5. Yellow fever can also be experimentally produced by the subcutaneous injection of blood taken from the general circulation during the first and second days of the disease.
Page 188 - It shall be unlawful for any person not now a registered physician within the meaning of the law to practice medicine or surgery in any of its departments, or to profess to cure and attempt to treat the sick and others afflicted with bodily or mental infirmities, or engage in the practice of midwifery in the state of Missouri, except as hereinafter provided.
Page 188 - Any person removing to another county to practice shall procure an indorsement to that effect on the certificate from the county clerk, and shall record the certificate, in like manner, in the county to which he removes, and the holder of the certificate...
Page 344 - A Yearly Digest of Scientific Progress and Authoritative Opinion in all branches of Medicine and Surgery, drawn from journals, monographs, and text-books of the leading American and foreign authors and investigators. Arranged, with critical editorial comments, by eminent American specialists, under the editorial charge of George M. Gould, AM, MD In two volumes. Volume I, including "General Medicine.
Page 344 - American Year-Book of Medicine and Surgery. —The American Year-Book of Medicine and Surgery ; being a yearly digest of scientific progress and authoritative opinion in all branches of medicine and surgery...
Page 188 - Examinations may be made in whole, or in part in writing, and shall be of an elementary and practical character, but sufficiently strict to test the qualifications of the candidate as a practitioner.
Page 270 - Since there are so many people suffering more or less with hemorrhoids, and since orificial operations along that line have been performed only under general anesthesia, we desire to call attention to the fact that we have formulated a method by which hemorrhoidal operations are painlessly performed without the aid of general anesthesia, The operations are rendered painless by using the local anesthetic acestoria.
Page 152 - The spread of yellow fever can be most effectually controlled by measures directed to the destruction of mosquitoes and the protection of the sick against the bites of these insects.
Page 180 - ... one-eighth of a grain was given three times daily, and this dose was gradually increased until it was found that three grains was the average quantity required to control the malady. The highest amount given was seven grains and the lowest amount that exerted a controlling influence upon the disease was onehalf grain. In starting a patient on a course of Mercurol the author advises beginning with half grain or grain doses.
Page 216 - Cerebronervous affections peculiar to women associated with pathological disturbances of the reproductive organs are legion, and most trying to physician and patient. I have found nothing so well suited to these cases as Antikamnia Tablets, administered in doses of from one to three tablets and repeated every one, two or three hours, according to the attendant's judgment.