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Page 258 - Obstetrics, edited by Joseph B. DeLee, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics Northwestern University Medical School, with the collaboration of Herbert M. Stowe, MD Series Isl3.
Page 106 - Medicine, the meeting in each case being held under the supervision of the Public Health Education Committee of the Medical Society of the County of New York.
Page 121 - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF OBSTETRICS. By JOSEPH B. DELEE, AM, MD Professor of Obstetrics at the Northwestern University Medical School.
Page 30 - The toxemias of pregnancy can be attributed neither to failure in diaminization of the amino-acids, nor to the moderate degree of acidosis observed. The nature of the toxin or toxins therefore remains unknown. The nature of the functional disturbances which cause the abnormal nitrogen metabolism observed also still awaits a satisfactorily conclusive explanation. Nevertheless the constancy of the low urea ratios in the urine in eclampsia, and of high ammonia in pernicious vomiting, lends decided support...
Page 15 - ... the mother's face. Then with the middle and index-fingers of the right hand astride its neck and with the same fingers of the left hand in its mouth, making traction on its lower jaw, the head is carefully delivered so that there is no sudden jolting or lacerating of the uterus in its delivery.
Page 198 - Nursing Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing. By EDWARD P. DAVIS, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics in the Jefferson Medical College and Philadelphia Polyclinic ; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Philadelphia Hospital.
Page 211 - The duration of pregnancy in lunar months is equal to the height of the uterus in centimeters divided by 3.5.
Page 9 - Surgery at the Sixty-Seventh Annual Session of the American Medical Association, Detroit, June, 1916.