Canada Lancet, Volume 10

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Lancet Publishing Company, 1878 - Medicine

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Page 94 - It is derogatory to the dignity of the profession to resort to public advertisements, or private cards, or handbills, inviting the attention of individuals affected with particular diseases...
Page 158 - Iron and astringency of the Calisaya are overcome, without any injury to their active tonic principles, and blended into a beautiful Amber-colored Cordial, delicious to the taste and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. This preparation is made directly from the ROYAL CAUSA YA BARK, not from ITS ALKALOIDS OR THEIR SALTSbeing unlike other preparations called '• Elixir of Calisaya and Iron...
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Page 100 - ... plaster. The arm is then drawn downward and backward until the clavicular portion of the pectoralis major muscle is put sufficiently on the stretch to overcome the sterno-cleido-mastoid, and thus pull the inner portion of the clavicle down to its level.
Page 12 - This cleansing, however, should be deferred until the physician in charge considers it prudent. After recovery from scarlet fever, no person should appear in public wearing the same clothing worn while sick with, or recovering from, this disease.
Page 158 - LACTOPEPTINE The most important remedial agent ever presented to' the Profession for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy. Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all diseases arising from imperfect nutrition, containing the five active agents of digestion, viz.: Pepsin, Pancreatine, Diastase or Veg.
Page 158 - Livers, of the Cod only, without the aid of any chemicals, by the simplest possible process and lowest temperature by which the Oil can be separated from the cells of the Livers. It is nearly devoid of color, odor and flavor— having a bland fish-like, and to most persons, not unpleasant taste.
Page 158 - SAMUEL R. PERCY, MD, Professor Materia Medica, New York Medical College. JOSEPH E. WINTERS, MD, Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, Bellevue Hospital Medical College. F. LE ROY SATTERLEE, MD, PH. D., Prof, of Chem., Mat.
Page 40 - ... than probable — looking to the general analogy between them — that all infective diseases conform in some fashion to one fundamental type. If septic bacteria are the cause of septicaemia — if the spirilla are the cause of relapsing fever — if the Bacillus...

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