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Page 33 - The University of Manchester has taken the important and highly commendable step of commencing the publication of the archives of its Public Health Laboratory, and has issued, under the able and judicious editorship of Professor Sheridan Delepine, the first volume of a series that promises to be of no small interest and value alike to members of the medical profession and to those of the laity. . . . Original communications bearing upon diseases which are prevalent in the districts surrounding Manchester,...
Page 189 - Where a workman has so submitted himself for examination by a medical practitioner, or has been examined by a medical practitioner selected by himself, and the employer or the workman, as the case may be, has within six days after such examination furnished the other with a copy of the report of that practitioner as to the workman's condition, then, in the event of no agreement being come to between the employer and the workman as to the workman's condition or fitness for employment, the...
Page 183 - ... or puerperal, and includes as respects any particular -district any infectious disease to which this Act has been applied by the local authority of the district in manner provided by this Act.
Page 33 - Delepine, the first volume of a series that promises to be of no small interest and value alike to members of the medical profession and to those of the laity . . . Original communications bearing upon diseases which are prevalent in the districts surrounding Manchester, or dealing with food- and water-supplies, air, disposal of refuse, sterilisation and disinfection and kindred subjects, will be published in future volumes ; and it is manifest that these, as they successively appear, will form a...
Page 183 - Small-pox, cholera, diphtheria, membranous croup, erysipelas, the disease known as scarlatina or scarlet fever, and the fevers known by any of the following names : typhus, typhoid, enteric, relapsing, continued, or puerperal...
Page 177 - It shall be the duty of every local authority to provide for the execution of this Act within its district, and for that purpose it shall from time to time make inquiry whether there are any persons residing therein who retain or receive infants for hire or reward within the provisions of the preceding section.
Page 206 - ... meter per hour under the conditions indicated. Physiologic variations of not more than 10 per cent., and nearly always much less than this, may occur in either direction. In hyperthyroidism there is an increase up to 100 per cent. or more, according to the severity of the intoxication, which varies in different cases, and in the same case at different times. In hyperthyroidism there is a diminished tolerance of carbohydrates with alimentary hyperglycemia, and also with glycosuria whenever the...
Page 115 - The people of Chicago saw the government inspectors in Packingtown, and they all took that to mean that they were protected from diseased meat ; they did not understand that these hundred and sixty-three inspectors had been appointed at the request of the packers, and that they were paid by the United States government to certify that all the diseased meat was kept in the state.
Page 14 - I have found, in conjunction with Captain Stewart Douglas, that there exists in the normal serum, and there exists in larger quantity in the serum of the successfully inoculated patient, an element which enters into chemical combination with the staphylococcus, the tubercle bacillus, or other micro-organism, in such a manner as to prepare it for phagocytosis.