American Homoeopathist, Volume 26, Issue 11

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Chatterton-Peck., 1900 - Homeopathy
 

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Page ii - As strong in the highest, as when in the lowest position. -Fig VII. 5th. Raised, lowered, tilted or rotated without disturbing patient. 6th. Heavy steel springs to balance the chair. 7th. Arm Rests not dependent on the back for support— Fig. VII— always ready for use ; pushed back when using stirrups—Fig.
Page 170 - SPECIAL ATTENTION . . . of the Medical Profession is directed to this remarkable Curative Preparation, as it has been endorsed by THOUSANDS OF THE LEADING PHYSICIANS OF THE UNITED STATES, who are using it in their daily practice. COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC is invaluable in all forms of Wasting: Diseases and in cases of convalescence from severe illness.
Page 188 - Trophonine a palatable and nutritious liquid food, contains the nutritive elements of beef, wheat-gluten, and nucleoalbumins, so prepared as to be readily absorbed and aid almost immediately in the process of reconstruction. It furnishes the sick with the largest possible supply of nourishment and with the minimum tax on the digestive organs.
Page 187 - The use of a natural cereal extractive containing saccharine and gummy matters and soluble albuminoids as well, such as our great and inspired teacher Liebig himself advocated, is in accordance with the developments of science since his time.
Page 188 - It digests every variety of food. In physiological activity it presents the active and mother ferments of the entire group of digestive organs. It aids digestion by furnishing an additional supply of protoplasmic material out of which active ferments are elaborated, and perfects the process by increasing cellular activity.
Page 170 - Food fledicine ; rapidly finds its way into the circulation ; arrests Decomposition of the Vital Tissues, and is agreeable to the most delicate Stomach. To the physician, it is of incalculable value, as it gives the patient assurance of return to perfect health. Sold by Druggists generally.
Page ii - The leg and foot rests folded out of the operator's way at any time -Figs. XI, XV and XVII. 10th. Head Rest universal in adjustment, with a range of from 14 Inches above seat to 12 inches above back of chair, fur niahing a perfect support in Dorsal or Sim's position.— Figs.
Page 192 - A clear, concise, practical work, on a live interesting topic. Written for the general practitioner, special attention being given to the medical treatment. It represents the consensus of advanced scientific thought upon this interesting subject. You need this book. It is destined to be the accepted authority upon Appendicitis. 134 pages, illustrated. Price, $1.50 net. " The book is worthy the highest commendation, and deserves a hearty recognition from all schools.
Page ii - YALE" SURGICAL CHAIR. ^HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, OCT. 4TH, 1893. 1st. Raised by foot and lowered by automatic device.— Fig-.

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