Journal of Balneology and Medical Clippings, Volume 3, Issue 6

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Journal of Balneology Publishing Company, 1889 - Balneology
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Page 127 - Researches on the functions of the liver would show the beautiful adjustment of therapeutics in preparation of Hydroleine, furnishing, as it does...
Page 127 - Body." by HC BARTLETT, Ph. D, F. CS , and the experiments which were made, together with cases illustrating the effect of Hydrated Oil in practice, are concisely stated in a treatise on "Consumption and Wasting Diseases,
Page 127 - Diseases the most prominent symptom is emaciation, the result of starvation of the fatty tissues of the body as well as the brain and nerves This tendency to emaciation and loss "of weight is arrested by the regular use of U ytlrolrine, which may be discontinued when the usual average weight has been permanently regained.
Page 102 - One-half the legs and arms furnished by us are made from measurements and profiles without our seeing the wearers. This new method is a great convenience for those living at a distance. Fit always guaranteed. A treatise of...
Page 127 - To Brain Workers of all classes. Hudroletne is invaluable, supplying as it does, the true brain-food, and being more easily assimilated by the digestive organs than any other emulsion. The principles upon which this discovery is based have been described in a treatise on "The Digestion and Assimilation of Fats in the Human Body.
Page 127 - Oil) is not a simple alkaline emulsion of oleum morrhux, but ' a hydro-pancreated preparation, containing acids and a small percentage of soda. Pancreatin is the digestive principle of fatty foods, and in the soluble form here used, readily converts...
Page 100 - I have frequently used it with good results in Uric Acid Diathesis, Rheumatism and Gout, and with this object I have ordered it to Europe, from Coleman & Rogers, of Baltimore.
Page 112 - ... dignity the empirical knowledge of the day. In his tract on the use of fluids, he laid down rules for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases by water, which are to-day followed by empirics as well as physicians. After his death opposing doctrines prevailed. Among the Greek physicians and philosophers who, during the rise of Roman greatness, emigrated from their native land to seek fame and fortune amid the world-conquering people, was Asclepiades, of Prusa. Leaving Alexandria and Athens...
Page 104 - Soda, to be taken in a glass two-thirds full of water and drunk while effervescing. If a more decided effect is desired, warm instead of cold water may be used. In all cases this draught should be taken but once or twice a day, and then on an empty stomach, preferably before breakfast. No restrictions as to diet. One or two Pil. Digestiva (W.
Page 102 - In actual use throughout the civilized world. The use of rubber hands and feet on artificial limbs simplifies the construction so that limbs can be worn for many years without requiring repairs. Persons engaged in every conceivable occupation operate on rubber feet or use rubber hands to great advantage.

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