American Homoeopathist, Volume 26, Issue 19

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Chatterton-Peck., 1900 - Homeopathy
 

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Page 297 - 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 297 - Head Rest universal in adjustment, with a range of from 14 inches above seat to 12 inches above back of chair, furnishing a perfect support in Dorsal or Sim's position. -Figs. XIII and XV, llth. Affording unlimited modifications of positions.
Page 298 - 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. It can also be depended upon with positive certainty of success for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Malarial Fever, Incipient Consumption, General Debility, etc. COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC Is...
Page 315 - 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 297 - XVII — may be placed at and away from side of chair, forming a side table for Sim's position.— Fig XIII.
Page 314 - Paris bandages may be easily removed by the following simple method: Soak some cotton-wool in peroxide of hydrogen, then with this moisten the splint down its entire length and for a width of about half an inch. When it is thoroughly soaked, the plaster will be found in the same condition as when first put on, and the bandages have only to be cut with a pair of scissors, without any injury to the patient or any trouble whatever.
Page 312 - Chicago At a special meeting of the Homoeopathic Medical Examining Board of Pennsylvania, held in Philadelphia, June 28, 1900, it was unanimously voted that, in order to correct all possible misapprehension on the part of the medical profession, and in the interest of justice to all colleges, as well as for the maintenance of the honor and credit of the medical profession, a copy of the above statement be sent immediately to the Southwestern Homoeopathic Medical College and to every Homoeopathic...
Page 296 - YALE" SURGICAL CHAIR. ^HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, OCT. 4TH, 1893. 1st. Raised by foot and lowered by automatic device.— Fig-.
Page 311 - nearly one-half the number being rejected," there were only two rejected — both of whom had failed before, at previous examinations. (One applicant withdrew on the first day; but he appeared at a subsequent examination and passed with credit). The graduate of the Southwestern Homeopathic Medical College, who "passed with the highest average...
Page 298 - COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC is invaluable in all forms of Wasting Diseases and in cases of convalescence from severe illness. It can also be depended upon with positive certainty of success for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Malarial Fever, Incipient Consumption, General Debility, etc. COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC Is a reliable Food...

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