Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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s.n., 1897 - Medicine
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Page 138 - A Yearly Digest of Scientific Progress and Authoritative Opinion in all branches of Medicine and Surgery, drawn from journals, monographs, and text-books of the leading American and Foreign authors and investigators.
Page 140 - LlSTERINE is to make and maintain surgical cleanliness in the antiseptic and prophylactic treatment and care of all parts of the human body. LlSTERINE is of accurately determined and uniform antiseptic power, and of positive originality.
Page 138 - THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE — A Text-Book for Practitioners and Students with Special Reference to Diagnosis and Treatment. By James Tyson, MD, Professor of...
Page xxiii - INFANTS, CHILDREN and Nursing-Mothers; -for INVALIDS and Convalescents; — for Delicate and Aged persons. It is not a stimulant nor a chemical preparation; but a PURE, unsweetened FOOD carefully prepared from the finest growths of wheat, ON "WHICH PHYSICIANS CAN DEPEND in FEVERS and in all gastric and enteric diseases. It is easily digested, nourishing and strengthening, assists nature, never interferes with the action of the medicines prescribed, and IS OFTEN THE ONLY FOOD THE STOMACH CAN RETAIN....
Page 288 - As an antipyretic it acts rather more slowly than antipyrine or acetanilide, but efficiently, and it has the advantage of being free, or almost free from any depressing effect on the heart. Some observers even think that it exerts a sustaining action on the circulation.- As an analgetic it is characterized by promptness of action and freedom from the disagreeable effects of the narcotics. It has been much used, and with verv favorable results in neuralgia, influenza and various nervous disorders...
Page 273 - If you've got a thought that's happy, Boil it down. Make it short, and crisp, and snappy — Boil it down. When your brain its coin has minted.
Page 48 - Fellows, who has examined samples of several of these, finds that no two of them are identical, and that all of them differ from the original in composition, in freedom from acid reaction, in susceptibility to the effects of oxygen when exposed to light or heat, in the property of retaining the strychnine in solution, and in the medicinal effects.
Page 218 - American Medical Publishers' Association. —The Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Publishers...
Page 58 - How often," says Dr. Valentine Mott, "when operating in some deep, dark wound, along the course of some great vein, with thin walls, alternately distended and flaccid with the vital current — how often have I dreaded that some unfortunate struggle of the patient would deviate the knife a little from its proper course, and that I, who fain would be the deliverer, should involuntarily become the executioner, seeing my patient perish in my hands by the most appalling form of death ! Had he been insensible,...
Page 13 - Probably no single factor is more potent In determining the outbreak of cancer in the predisposed than high feeding. There can be no doubt that the greed for food manifested by modern communities is altogether out of proportion to their present requirements. Many indications point to the gluttonous consumption of meat, which is such a characteristic feature of this age, as likely to be especially harmful in this respect.

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