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Page 445 - And only the Master shall praise us, and only the Master shall blame; And no one shall work for money, and no one shall work for fame, But each for the joy of the working, and each, in his separate star, Shall draw the Thing as he sees It for the God of Things as They are!
Page 142 - Dr. Howell has had many years of experience as a teacher of physiology in several of the leading medical schools, and is therefore exceedingly well fitted to write a text-book on this subject. Main emphasis has been laid upon those facts and views which will be directly helpful in the practical branches of medicine. At the same time, however, sufficient consideration has been given to the experimental side of the science. The entire literature of physiology has been thoroughly digested by Dr.
Page 86 - Emeritus Professor of the Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
Page 143 - DISEASES OF THE GENITO-URINARY ORGANS AND THE KIDNEY.— By Robert H. Greene, MD, Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery at the Fordham University, New York; and Harlow Brooks, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical School.
Page 149 - Later it was clear that its power as a nerve calmative was due, as Bartholow says, to its special action on the pneumogastric nerve. Codeine stands apart from the rest of its group, in that it does not arrest secretion in the respiratory and intestinal tract.
Page 381 - Therefore, we conclude that to remove the cause, to render the intestinal canal antiseptic, we have an invaluable remedy in Salol ; while to remove accompanying pain, to quiet the nervous system, and to reduce any fever which may be present, we have a remedy equally efficacious in Antikamnia ; an ideal combination for the treatment of this large class of diseases, and we may specially cite typhoid fever. These two drugs are put up in tablet form, called " Antikamnia and Salol Tablets," each tablet...
Page 65 - Medical Gynecology. By S. WYLLIS HANDLER, MD, Adjunct Professor of Diseases of Women, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. Octavo of 790 pages, with 150 original illustrations.
Page 142 - A TEXT-BOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY, for Medical Students and Physicians. By William H. Howell, Ph. D., MD, LL.D., Professor of Physiology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
Page 530 - The President of the American Gynecological Society has appointed a committee to report at the next annual meeting in Washington, on the "Present Status of Obstetrical Teaching in Europe and America," and to recommend improvements in the scope and character of the teaching of Obstetrics in America. The committee consists of the Professors of Obstetrics in Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Jefferson Medical College, Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University and the University...
Page 379 - They produce their results by stimulating normal secretions, rapidly increasing the fluid content of the feces and gently increasing peristalsis. They are extremely palatable, easily taken by even young children, and when brought in contact with the secretions rapidly disintegrate and produce their specific medicinal effect.