The Medical World, Volume 5

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Roy Jackson., 1887 - Medicine
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Page 93 - Philadelphia. The above combination which we have successfully and scientifically put in pill form, produces when taken into the stomach, Carbonate of the Protoxide of Iron (Ferrous Carbonate), in a quickly assimilable condition. This Pill contributed to make the reputation of Niemeyer, and the following language, which speaks without comment, is taken from his TEXT HOOK ON THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Page 35 - The existing department of public charities and correction of the city of New York...
Page 93 - Dose — i to 3 Pills. Pil. Antiseptic is prescribed with great advantage in cases of Dyspepsia attended with acid stomach and enfeebled digestion following excessive indulgence in eating or drinking. It is used with advantage in Rheumatism.
Page 94 - ... preparations, ending with Carnrick's, has been announced. Carnrick's food contains a large percentage of the solid constituents of milk, the casein of which has been partially digested so as to resemble the casein of human milk in its behavior under the digestive ferment. The other ingredient is stated to be wheat flour subjected to prolonged baking, so that its starch is to a considerable extent converted into dextrine. This food has the advantage of easy preparation in the nursery and easy...
Page 312 - The os was dilated to about the size of a silver dollar and the neck soft and easily distensible.
Page 151 - The knowledge which a man can use is the only real knowledge, the only knowledge which has life and growth in it, and converts itself into practical power. The rest hangs like dust about the brain, or dries like raindrops off the stones.
Page 7 - Two persons who have chosen each other out of all the species, with design to be each other's mutual comfort and entertainment, have in that action bound themselves to be good-humoured, affable, discreet, forgiving, patient, and joyful, with respect to each other's frailties and perfections, to the end of their lives.
Page 73 - In the centre of the coloured circle, the nipple is observed partaking of the altered colour of the part, and appearing turgid and prominent, while the surface of the areola, especially that part of it which lies more immediately around the base of the nipple, is studded over and rendered unequal by the prominence of the glandular follicles, which, varying in number from twelve to twenty, project from the sixteenth to the eighth of an inch ; and lastly, the integument covering the part appears turgescent,...
Page 73 - During the progress of the next two or three months the changes in the areola are in general perfected, or nearly so, and then it presents the following characters: A circle around the nipple, whose...
Page 173 - ... with milk, half a teaspoonful was given every half hour or hour. Within three weeks after birth it had a mild attack of trismus. During treatment I gave it frequent baths in a tumbler. The period of infancy was one of the most stormy I ever saw. Hydrocephalus...

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