The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Volume 68

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Crissy & Markley, Printers, 1893 - Medicine

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Page 310 - Fillet of a fenny snake, In the cauldron boil and bake ; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog...
Page 85 - This should be painted all over the bruised surface with a camel's hair pencil and allowed^ to dry on. A second or third coating being applied as soon as the first is dry. If done as soon as the injury is inflicted this treatment will invariably prevent the blackening of the bruised tissue.
Page 265 - Successful candidates will be numbered according to their attainments on examination, and will be commissioned in the same order as vacancies occur.
Page 50 - ... renewing their powers of mind and body. Also, the acids of the apple are of signal use for men of sedentary habits, whose livers are sluggish in action, those acids serving to eliminate from the body noxious matters, which, if retained, would make the brain heavy and dull, or bring about jaundice or skin eruptions and other allied troubles. Some such an experience must have led to our custom of taking apple-sauce with roast pork, rich goose, and like dishes.
Page 265 - ... service up to 40 per cent after twenty years' service. The tenure of office is permanent. Officers traveling under orders are allowed actual expenses. For...
Page 265 - The following is the usual order of the examinations: 1, physical; 2, oral; 3, written; 4, clinical. In addition to the physical examination, candidates are required to certify that they believe themselves free from any ailment which would disqualify them for service in any climate. The examinations are chiefly in writing, and begin with a short autobiography of the candidate.
Page 493 - ... pyogenes aureus in cultures than the observations reported in this paper indicate, are attributable to the neglect of certain precautions now recognized as essential to the proper conduct of such experiments. In the light of these experiments and those of the experimenters quoted in this paper, it is plain that for use in surgical practice the solutions of corrosive sublimate do not possess all of the advantages hitherto attributed to them.
Page 235 - The residue remaining upon the filter is then inclosed in several layers of aseptic gauze, and subjected to a pressure of over a thousand pounds, the exudate being allowed to fall upon the filter and mixed with a sufficient quantity of the filtrate to cover it. When it has entirely filtered it is thoroughly mixed with the first filtrate and the process is complete. During the whole of this manipulation the most rigid antiseptic precautions are taken. The vessels and instruments required are kept...
Page 226 - March 15, 1894, for the necessary invitation, giving the date and place of birth, the place and State of permanent residence, the fact of American citizenship, the name of the medical college from which they were graduated, and a record of service in hospital, if any, from the authorities thereof. The application should be accompanied by certificates, based on personal acquaintance, from at least two reputable persons, as to his citizenship, character and habits.
Page 508 - ... the speaker of the assembly, the superintendent of public instruction, the president of the state board of agriculture, the president of the Mechanics...

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