The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society, Volume 8, Issues 29-32

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Page ii - This is an excellent food, admirably adapted to the wants of infants and young persons, and being rich in phosphates and potash, is of the greatest utility in supplying the hone-forming and otherwise indispensable elements of food.
Page 228 - Hence, the totality of these symptoms, this outwardly reflected image of the inner nature of the disease, ie, of the suffering vital force, must be the chief or only means of the disease to make known the remedy necessary for its cure, the only means of determining the selection of the appropriate remedial agent.
Page 325 - No single micro-organism is found to be the specific excitor of the summer diarrhoea of infants, but the affection is generally to be attributed to the activity of a number of varieties of bacteria, some of which belong to well-known species, and are of ordinary occurrence and wide distribution, the most important being the streptococcus (enteritidis) and Proteus vulgaris.
Page x - The successful Candidate must possess registerable qualifications, and, be, or become, a Member of the British Homoeopathic Society. Any Candidate canvassing the Members of the Board, Medical Council or Medical Staff is thereby disqualified. Applications, with 60 copies of Testimonials, must be sent in immediately, addressed to the Secretary-Superintendent, of whom further particulars may be obtained.
Page 201 - Far beyond the reach of many remedies I have found hypericum Ix in the relief of pain, bleeding and tenderness. It gives a daily action. It seems to suit the plethoric with great soreness, quite as well as hamamelis.
Page 192 - SANITER, in reply, thanked the members for the kind way in which they had received his paper.
Page 269 - ... ETC., IN AVIATION MEDICINE 25 tion of about one-thousandth of an inch. That is about 1,000,000 times the amplitude of a barely audible sound. From the barely audible sound to the painfully loud sound, therefore, the amplitude of vibration of the drum membrane increases about one millionfold. Since the energy of vibration is proportional to the square of the amplitude, the intensity of a painfully loud sound is a million times the intensity of a barely audible sound.
Page 250 - Haffkine's anti-plague inoculation : " 1. Inoculation sensibly diminishes the incidence of plague attacks on the inoculated population, but the protection which is afforded against attacks is not absolute. On the other hand, plague has attacked persons, who have undergone inoculation as many as four times in the course of two years previous to their attack. On the other hand, as many as eight per cent, of the inoculated population may suffer from plague.
Page 152 - ... where the flow was controlled, and the growth was greatly reduced in size before the age of the individual would naturally produce these changes. Also uterine hemorrhage, attended with cramps and expulsion of clots, has been relieved by it after curetting had failed. A member of the Women's Provers' Association took five drops of the tincture three times a day for ten days. This was followed by a great increase of urine and a menstrual flow lasting fifteen days. She became alarmed and could not...

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