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Page 743 - A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. For the use of Students and Practitioners.
Page 741 - The Student's Guide to Materia Medica and Therapeutics. By JOHN C. THOROWGOOD, MD, FRCP Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 7s.
Page 532 - That which makes the healthiest house, makes likewise the healthiest hospital ; the same fastidious and universal cleanliness, the same never-ceasing vigilance against the thousand forms in which dirt may disguise itself, in air...
Page 177 - That we are of the opinion that the use of alcoholic liquors as a beverage is productive of a large amount of physical and mental disease; that it entails diseased appetites and enfeebled constitutions upon offspring, and that it is the cause of a large percentage of the crime and pauperism of our cities and country...
Page 374 - A TREATISE ON THE MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS OF THE SKIN. By Henry G. Piffard. AM. MD, Professor of Dermatology.
Page 740 - Lecturer on Midwifery and Diseases of Women, School of Medicine, Edinburgh, etc. With Preface by Alexander JC Skene, MD, Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn.
Page 503 - ... requiring tonic treatment. The marked distaste for food and the characteristic tongue point to the true nature of the ailment. The dose of liquid bismuth varies from two minims under one year to three, five, ten, fifteen, and twenty minims up to twelve years of age ; the dose to be repeated twice or four times a day according to the severity of the symptoms. The remedy appears to be most effectual when taken after meals. The subnitrate may be given in doses of one half grain up to two, three,...
Page 137 - ... for physical culture and exercise, and whatever else tends to the preservation of health and the prevention of disease.
Page 147 - That no action of this Association, either in its code or its annual meetings, shall be construed to commit members of the American Medical Association to the adherence of any dogma, and members should have a care not to allow their names to be erroneously registered as allopathists, etc., in State and city registration of physicians.