The Military Surgeon: Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Volume 48

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The Association, 1921 - Medicine, Military
 

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Page 350 - BOOKS RECEIVED Books received are acknowledged in this department and such acknowledgment must be regarded as a sufficient return for the courtesy of the sender. Selections will be made for review in the interest of our readers and as space permits.
Page 356 - LISTERINE A Non-Poisonous, Unirritating, Antiseptic Solution Agreeable and satisfactory alike to the Physician, Surgeon, Nurse and Patient. Listerine has a wide field of usefulness and its unvarying quality assures like results under like conditions.
Page 189 - The Secretary of War is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to detail not to exceed 2 per centum of the commissioned officers of the Regular Army in any fiscal year as students at such technical, professional, and other educational institutions, or as students, observers or investigators at such industrial plants, hospitals and other places, as shall be best suited to enable such officers...
Page 117 - SEC. 300. That for death or disability resulting from personal injury suffered or disease contracted in the line of duty, by any commissioned officer or enlisted man or by any member of the Army Nurse Corps (female) or of the Navy Nurse Corps (female) when employed in the active service under the War Department or Navy Department, the United States shall pay compensation as hereinafter provided; but no compensation shall be paid if the injury or disease has been caused by his own willful misconduct...
Page 673 - To bring together young men of all types, both native and foreign born; to develop closer national and social unity; to teach the privileges, duties, and responsibilities of American citizenship; to stimulate the interest of the youth of this country in the importance of military training, as a benefit to the individual taking such training and as an asset vital in the problem of national defense.
Page 117 - For death or disability resulting from personal injury suffered or disease contracted in the military or naval service on or after April 6, 1917, and before July 2, 1921, or for an aggravation or recurrence of a disability existing prior to examination, acceptance, and enrollment for service, when such aggravation was suffered...
Page 378 - Onions, in lieu of an equal quantity of potatoes, but not exceeding 20 per cent of total issue. Tomatoes, canned, in lieu of an equal quantity of potatoes, but not exceeding 20 per cent of total issue. Other fresh vegetables (not canned) when they can be obtained in the vicinity or transported in a wholesome condition from a distance, in lieu of an equal quantity of potatoes, but not exceeding 30 per cent of total issue.
Page 581 - The following figures indicate the enormous reduction in deaths which has resulted from the sanitary measures enforced during the present war as compared with the practice in vogue in the Civil War, the Franco-Prussian War, the Spanish War, and the Boer War. The...
Page 87 - A staff officer was despatched to General Santa Anna to negotiate an exchange of prisoners, which was satisfactorily completed on the following day. Our own dead were collected and buried, and the Mexican wounded, of which a large number had been left upon the field, were removed to Saltillo, and rendered as comfortable as circumstances would permit.

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