The Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine (Google eBook)

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S.S. & W. Wood, 1894 - Medicine
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Ser. 2, v. 13 contains an account of the Semicentennial celebration, held Jan. 29, 1897.
  

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Page 73 - in its own eternity. Above or Love, Hope, Hate, or Fear, It lives all passionless and pure ; An age shall fleet like earthly year ; Its years as moments shall endure. Away, away, without
Page 403 - We live in deeds, not words; in actions, not in figures on a dial; we should count time by heart throbs. He lives
Page 83 - directions for its practice are: To grasp the infant with the left hand, allowing the neck to rest between the thumb and forefinger, the head falling far over backward, straightening the mouth with the larynx and trachea, thereby serving to raise and hold open the epiglottis
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Page 611 - A short period of rest, during which the eyes look at a distance or are kept closed, enables them to continue, but the same obscuration sets in again and compels another pause. These periods of enforced rest are more frequently repeated, and are of greater duration the longer the work is kept up.
Page 81 - occupies the axilla and the remaining fingers are placed diagonally across the back. The child is then allowed to hang at arm's length between the knees of the obstetrician, its face being turned to the front. The child is next swung upward until the arms of the operator reach an almost horizontal position.
Page 200 - at its own expense, there shall be no action or proceeding taken against any person or corporation for the violation of any regulation of the State Board of Health under this act; and no person
Page 73 - glance dilate o'er all to be, While sun is quench'd or system breaks, Fix'd in its own eternity. Above or Love, Hope, Hate, or Fear, It lives all passionless and pure ; An age shall fleet like earthly year ; Its years as moments shall endure. Away, away, without
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