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" The application of these experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly filtered,... "
Best of everything, by the author of 'Enquire within'. - Page 78
by Robert Kemp Philp - 1870
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The Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated, Volumes 50-51

Phrenology - 1870
...gas, it could not be thus intercepted. The application of these experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient,...own, the germs by which contagious disease is said tn be propagated, he will employ a cotton wool respirator. After the revelations of this evening such...
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Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays ...

John Tyndall - 1871
...floating matter on its way to the lungs. 1 The application of these experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly...
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Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays ...

John Tyndall - Chemistry - 1871 - 422 pages
...floating matter on its way to the lungs.1 The application of these, experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly...
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Autumnal Catarrh (hay Fever)

Morrill Wyman - Hay-fever - 1872 - 173 pages
...light, found to be "optically empty. The application of these< experiments is obvious If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient,...his own, the germs by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator, I should be most willing to test their efficacy...
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The national encyclopædia. Libr. ed

National cyclopaedia - 1879
...less marked result. Cotton wool is, in fact, the best and surest filter, and a physician who wants to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own lungs, the germs by which contagions disease is said to be propagated, will employ a cotton wool respirator....
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The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English: Or, Medicine ...

Ray Vaughn Pierce - Medicine, Popular - 1889 - 1008 pages
...floating matter on its way to the lungs. The application of these experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly...
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The People's common sense medical adviser

Ray Vaughn Pierce - 1895 - 1008 pages
...floating matter on its way to the lungs. The application of these experiments is obvious. /If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease ia propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly...
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MEDICAL ADVISER

R.V. PIERCE, M.D. - 1889
...floating matter on its way to the lungs. The application of these experiments is obvious. If a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. If perfectly...
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A First Manual of Composition: Designed for Use in the Highest Grammar Grade ...

Edwin Herbert Lewis - Rhetoric - 1899 - 239 pages
...that its freedom from floating matter is manifest. The application of this is obvious; if a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs, or virus by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator. — PROFESSOR...
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Logic: Deductive and Inductive

John Grier Hibben - Logic - 1905 - 439 pages
...that its freedom from floating matter is manifest. The application of this is obvious: if a physician wishes to hold back from the lungs of his patient, or from his own, the germs, or virus, by which contagious disease is propagated, he will employ a cotton-wool respirator.— Professor...
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