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Page 286 - The Ear: its Anatomy, Physiology, and Diseases. A Practical Treatise for the Use of Medical Students and Practitioners. By CHARLES H.
Page 267 - Disinfection of Excreta, etc. — The infectious character of the dejections of patients suffering from cholera and from typhoid fever is well established ; and this is true of mild cases and of the earliest stages of these diseases as well as of severe and fatal cases. It is probable that epidemic dysentery, tuberculosis, and perhaps diphtheria, yellow fever, scarlet fever and typhus fever may also be transmitted by means of the alvine discharges of the sick. It is, therefore, of the first importance...
Page 268 - No. 1 with nine parts of water — one gallon in ten. This solution is preferable for general use, especially during the prevalence of epidemics, on account of the possibility of accidents from the poisonous nature of Standard Solution No. 4. When diluted as directed this solution may, however, be used without danger from poisoning through the medium of clothing immersed in it, or by absorption through the hands in washing. A poisonous dose could scarcely be swallowed by mistake, owing to the metallic...
Page 268 - ... water-closet. The same directions apply for the disinfection of vomited matters. Infected sputum should be discharged directly into a cup half full of the solution. STANDARD SOLUTION No. 2. Dissolve corrosive sublimate and permanganate of potash in soft -water, in the proportion of two drachms of each salt to the gallon.
Page 345 - WHEREAS, Persistent misrepresentations have been and still are being made concerning certain provisions of the Code of Ethics of this Association, by which many in the community, and some even in the ranks of the profession, are led to believe those provisions exclude persons from professional recognition simply because of differences of opinions or doctrines ; therefore 1.
Page 205 - Third, by the grace of God of the united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland king, defender of the faith, and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five.
Page 246 - The second and serious wound was a bullet hole in the abdomen, about five inches below the left nipple and an inch and a half to the left of the median line.
Page 268 - It is equally effective, but it is necessary to leave it for a longer time in contact with the material to be disinfected— at least an hour. The only advantage which this solution has over the chloride of lime solution consists in the fact that it is odorless; while the odor of chloride in the sick room is considered by some persons objectionable.