Pediatrics, Volume 9 (Google eBook)

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Pediatric Publishing Company, 1900 - Children
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Page 440 - We have but faith : we cannot know; For knowledge is of things we see ; And yet we trust it comes from thee, A beam in darkness : let it grow.
Page 243 - Further Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in the District of Columbia,' which he has so strenuously and misguidedly advocated in the last two Congresses.
Page 244 - Service. The animals themselves might well cry out to be saved from their friends. No more humane work can be done than to discover the means of the prevention of diseases which have ravaged our flocks and herds. All those who raise or own animals, such as horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, etc., are vitally interested in the preservation of their health and the prevention of disease. The inestimable value of these scientific researches as to the 'prevention and care of disease among human beings...
Page 480 - But that there is a germ seems to be proved by the well known communicability of the disease from person to person. It is spread by the discharges from the nose, mouth and throat, and probably also by the minute scales which are thrown off from the surfaces of the body. Isolation and disinfection are the measures by which this disease is restricted. Measles is spread from person to person, directly and indirectly. Isolation and disinfection should be enforced.
Page 419 - News), after a consideration of the subject, gives the following conclusions : 1. Earache in children is generally caused by acute inflammation of the middle ear, suppurative or catarrhal. 2. Infants and young children may have suppuration in the middle ear without giving satisfactory evidence of pain, or without rupture of the drum membrane.
Page 470 - I never saw ; the names of men from all civilized countries, honored in the realm of medical literature, known to one another by their achievements, separated by seas and boundary lines, but working for the same ends in the service of science and of mankind. Aims, methods and persistency are common to the medical profession of all countries. On its flag is inscribed what should be the life rule of nations: Fraternity and solidarity.
Page 176 - F., to which have been added a few drops of a strong solution of washing soda. Then, after stirring up the contents of the can thoroughly, fill the gauge to the top mark with the milk. Shake well and place in very cold water (say 40° F.
Page 253 - Thomson's theory that here we have to do with a " functional disorder of the nerves of the stomach and pylorus leading to an ill co-ordination, and therefore an antagonistic action of their muscular arrangement," introduces some novel speculations into the realm of Antenatal Pathology.
Page 244 - Industry and the three medical departments of the government — the army, the navy and the marine hospital service. The animals themselves might well cry out to be saved from their friends. No more humane work can be done than to discover the means of the prevention of diseases which have ravaged our flocks and herds. All those who raise or own animals, such as horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, etc., are vitally interested in the preservation of their health and the prevention of disease. The...
Page 280 - Of the existence of mitral insufficiently in this case there has at no time been any doubt, but I have not been able to satisfy myself as to the nature of the lesion responsible for the character of the sounds audible in the pulmonary area.

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