The Canada Medical Record, Volume 15, Issue 5

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Page 90 - The most important remedial agent ever presented to the Profession for Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising from imperfect nutrition.
Page 124 - Food will write us, we will send a package of our regular size, post paid, without charge, with the understanding that it will be given a careful trial as soon as possible. We shall use every precaution to maintain the high standard of this Food, and to insure perfect satisfaction to the profession in its use.
Page 112 - If the aloin pill gripes, provokes the discharges of much mucus, or otherwise disagrees, substitute the fluid extract of cascara sagrada, and take from five to twenty drops in an ounce of water, either on retiring to bed or before dinner. And when . neither aloin nor cascara agrees, you may succeed by taking before the mid-day meal two or three grains each of dried carbonate of soda and powdered rhubarb.
Page 111 - On first waking in the morning, and also on going to bed at night, sip slowly from a quarter to half a pint of water, cold or hot. 2. On rising, take a cold or tepid sponge bath, followed by a brisk general towelling. 3. Clothe warmly and loosely; see that there is no constriction about the waist.
Page 114 - KNEE-KICK " A REFLEX ACT? Dr. Warren P. Lombard, in a paper in the January number of The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, endeavors to determine...
Page 90 - LACTOPEPTINE, we will consider it a favor if such facts are reported to us, for there can be no doubt that substitution of Pepsin or some of the cheap imitations of Lactopeptine has been practiced, whenever the therapeutic activity of Lactopeptine is not uniformly demonstrated in its indications. The New York Pharmacal Association. Box 1574. address for our New Medical Almanac, containing valuable information.
Page 111 - ... relief one day, wait until the following day when you will renew the solicitation at the appointed time. And if you fail the second day, you may, continuing the daily solicitation, wait until the fourth day, when assistance should be taken. The simplest and best will be a small enema of equal parts of olive oil and water. The action of this injection will be greatly helped by taking it with the...
Page 125 - INFANTILE ATROPHY, or the slow wasting which is a familiar symptom in hand-fed babies, is one of the commonest causes of death in early infancy" "INFANTILE ATROPHY is the consequence of insufficient nourishment. The child wastes because he is starved. But it is not to actual lack of feeding that the starvation is usually to be ascribed. A baby fed from...
Page 112 - ... may be added to each pill. Should the action of the pill be preceded by griping and the character of the action be unequal, half a grain of fresh extract of belladonna will probably remove these disadvantages. If the aloin pill gripes, provokes the discharge of much mucus, or otherwise disagrees, substitute the fluid extract of cascara sagrada, and take from five to twenty drops in an ounce of water either on retiring to bed or before dinner. And when neither aloin nor cascara...
Page 116 - ... 14. When the child holds his hand upon his head, or strives to rest the head upon the bosom of his mother or nurse, he may be suffering from ear disease. 15. When the fingers are carried to the mouth, and there is, besides, great agitation present, there is probably some abnormal condition of the larynx. 16. When the child turns his head constantly from one side to the other, there is a suggestion of some obstruction in the larynx.

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