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Page 439 - ... cm. high), and about a gram of dry sodic carbonate and some crude petroleum (to prevent foaming) are added. The upper end of the cylinder is then closed by means of a doubly perforated rubber stopper, through which pass two glass tubes, only one of which is long enough to reach below the surface of the liquid. The shorter tube (about 10 cm. in length) is connected with a
Page 261 - V., p. 459. and a cup of tea without milk or sugar; or, more accurately, about 50 grams of bread and 400 cc. of fluid.
Page 661 - When a clyster is administered to the sick, the patient may either be laid on the face or on the left side, near the edge of the bed, with the knees drawn up.
Page 554 - Make up with water to 20 cc. and divide equally between two test tubes. To one tube, add 1 cc. of hydrogen peroxide, and warm gently for about one minute, and then allow to cool. Add to each test tube 0.5 cc. of glacial acetic acid and a few drops of a freshly prepared watery solution of sodium nitroprusside.
Page 486 - This reagent consists of 500 grams of ammonium sulphate, 5 grams of uranium acetate and 60 cc of 10 per cent acetic acid in 650 cc of distilled water.
Page 198 - ... are carried by the lymph currents to the salivary glands, from which they may be injected with the saliva when the female Anopheles bites another subject.
Page 653 - ... made up to 15 cc with hot distilled water. In wellmarked cases of pancreatic inflammation a light yellow, flocculent precipitate should form in a few hours, but it may be necessary to leave the preparation to stand over night before a deposit occurs.
Page 653 - ... over night before a deposit occurs. Under the microscope the precipitate is seen to consist of long, light yellow, flexible, hair-like crystals, arranged in sheaves which, when irrigated with 33 per cent. sulphuric acid, melt away and disappear...