The American Journal of Surgery, Volumes 19-20

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American Journal Publishing Company, 1906 - Electronic journals
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Includes the papers and/or proceedings of various surgical associations.
 

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Page 154 - A Text-Book of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, and Pharmacology. By GEORGE F. BUTLER, Ph.G., MD, Associate Professor of Therapeutics in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago. Fifth Edition. Revised by SMITH ELY JELLIFFE, MD, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacognosy
Page 188 - Surgical Suggestions. Practical Brevities in Surgical Diagnosis and Treatment. By WALTER M. BRICKNER, MD, Chief of Surgical Department, Mount Sinai Hospital Dispensary, New York ; Editor, American Journal of Surgery, and ELI MOSCHCOWITZ, MD, Assistant Physician, Mount Sinai Hospital Dispensary, New York; Editorial Associate, American Journal of Surgery. Duodecimo; 60 pages. New York: SURGERY PUBLISHING Co.,
Page 151 - Book Reviews. A Treatise on Surgery. In two volumes. By GEORGE R. FOWLER, MD, Examiner in Surgery, Board of Medical Examiners of the Regents of the University of the State of New York; Emeritus Professor of Surgery in the New York Polyclinic, etc. Two imperial octavos of 725 pages each; 888 text illustrations;
Page 218 - Book Reviews« A Treatise on Surgery. In two volumes. By GEORGE R. FOWLER, MD, Examiner in Surgery, Board of Medical Examiners of the Regents of the University of the State of New York; Emeritus Professor of Surgery in the New York Polyclinic, etc. Two imperial octavos of 725 pages each ; 888 text illustrations
Page 59 - The Treatment of Fractures; with Notes on a Few Common Dislocations. By CHARLES L. SCUDDER, MD, Surgeon to the Massachusetts General Hospital. Fifth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Octavo of 563 pages, with 739 original illustrations. Philadelphia and London
Page 122 - A Text-Book of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, and Pharmacology. By GEORGE F. BUTLER, Ph.G., MD, Associate Professor of Therapeutics in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago. Fifth Edition.
Page 153 - Manual of Diseases of Infants and Children. By JOHN RUHRÄH, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore. I2mo;
Page 121 - Surgical Technic for Nurses. By EMILY MA STONEY, Superintendent of the Training School for Nurses, St. Anthony's Hospital, Rock Island, 111.; Author of "Practical Points in Nursing," "Practical Materia Medica for Nurses,
Page 26 - In dealing with infections or injuries of the fingers amputation should be a dernier resort. This is especially the case with a thumb, the most important of all the fingers. The painfulness of withdrawing packings that have dried in a wound may be avoided by soaking them with peroxide of hydrogen.
Page 91 - Fourth, the thenar space, occupying, approximately, the area of the thenar eminence, to the flexion-adduction crease of the thumb, not going to the ulnar side of the middle metacarpal. It should be remembered that this space lies deep in the palm, just above the adductor transversus.

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