New England Medical Monthly, Volume 27, Issue 8

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Page 375 - 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 374 - The following is the usual order of the examinations : i, 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.
Page 375 - The remainder of the written exercise consists in examination on the various branches of medicine, surgery, and hygiene. The oral examination includes subjects of preliminary education, history, literature, and natural sciences. The clinical examination is conducted at a hospital, and when practicable, candidates are required to perform surgical operations on a cadaver.
Page 337 - The manufacturers of Listerine are proud of Listerine — because it has proved one of the most successful formulae of modern pharmacy. This measure of success has been largely due to the happy thought of securing a two-fold antiseptic effect in the one preparation...
Page 340 - DR. GEORGE BEN JOHNSTON, Richmond, Va., Ex-President Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association, Ex- President Medical Society of Virginia, and Professor of Oynecoloyy and Abdominal Surgery, Medical College of Virginia : "It is an agent of great value in the treatment of the Albuminuria of Pregnancy.
Page 375 - ... service. The tenure' of office is permanent. Officers traveling under orders are allowed actual expenses. For further information or for invitation to appear before the Board of Examiners, address "Surgeon-General, Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, DC WITH THE MEDICAL EDITORS Tonsillectomy or Tonsillotomy.
Page 344 - The resultant conditions, the stretching or tearing of ligaments, contusion of the synovial membrane and damage to vessels and nerves, are best remedied by the use of Antiphlogistine, which markedly aids in the reconstruction of the injured part. By removing the products of inflammation, through the absorption of the liquid exudate from the swollen tissues, and by permitting free circulation of blood through the seat of the injury.
Page 381 - Where the edges of a fissure are greatly hypertrophied, the negative pole should be applied to cause liquefaction of the dense tissues. In cases of prolapse where the redundancy of the rectal wall is of moderate degree, galvanism is of marked benefit, an electrode attached to the positive pole should be introduced into the rectum and a current of fifteen to twenty-five milleamperes used daily for ten or fifteen minutes. Stricture of the rectum is successfully treated by the same method as urethral...
Page 337 - This measure of success has been largely due to the happy thought of securing a two-fold antiseptic effect in the one preparation, ie, the antiseptic effect of the ozoniferous oils and ethers, and that of the mild, non-irritating boric acid radical of Listerine. Pharmacal elegance, strict uniformity in constituents and methods of manufacture, together with a certain superiority in production of the most important volatile components, enable Listerine to easily excel all that legion of preparations...
Page 375 - ... service up to forty per centum after twenty years' service. The tenure of office is permanent. Officers traveling under orders are allowed actual expenses.

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