Modern Medicine and Bacteriological Review, Volumes 3-4

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John Harvey Kellogg
Modern Medicine Publishing Company, 1894 - Bacteriology
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Page 329 - FIGS" is never sold in bulk. It retails at fifty cents per bottle, and the name " SYRUP OF FIGS," as well as the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, is printed on the wrappers and labels of every bottle. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO., San Francisco, Cal.; Louisville, Ky.; New York, NY There Are flo Exceptions.
Page 128 - It is caused by very minute germs, which usually enter the body with the air breathed. The matter which consumptives cough or spit up contains these germs in great numbers — frequently millions are discharged in a single day. This matter, spit upon the floor, wall or elsewhere, dries and is apt to become powdered and float in the air as dust.
Page 268 - Rest is one of the sweetest words in our language, and in the management of no disease is this more true than in diphtheria. In keeping with the experience of Dr.
Page 329 - Figs" (Syr. Fici Cal.) they will not permit any substitution. The name " Syrup of Figs" was given to this laxative, not because in the process of...
Page 180 - ... constipated; complains often of headache and palpitation, with frequent but scanty micturition; menstruation very irregular, returning every three to five weeks, and lasting from two to four days; flow small in amount and nearly colorless; attended with violent pains in the lumbar region, groins, with general tenderness over the hypogastric region; no organic lesion of the heart, simply functional as a result of other lesions. Upon examination, I detected retroversion of the uterus of the second...
Page 286 - Those suffering from anemia from hard work, though the patient have the appearance of good health; Those, of both sexes, affected with chlorosis; Those weakened by too rapid growth and puberty; Those fatigued by study; and, in short, all in whom a diminution of red blood corpuscles had ensued, due no matter to what causes.
Page 325 - Antiseptic, Antizymotic, and Disinfectant. Useful as a General Sprinkling Powder, With positive Hygienic, Prophylactic, and Therapeutic Properties. GOOD IN ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN. Sold by the Drug Trade generally.
Page 301 - ... daytime to sunlight, and during the night to electric light. 5. That the radiation of heat from powerful electric arcs can be made available to counteract- the effect of night frosts, and is likely to promote the setting and ripening of fruit in the open air.
Page 325 - Hygienic Dermal Powder " for Infants and Adults. Originally investigated and its therapeutic properties discovered in the year 1868 by Dr. Fehr, and introduced to the Medical and the Pharmaceutical Professions in the year 1873.
Page 33 - ... be employed to detect blood, in conjunction with freshly prepared tincture of guaiac. Although tincture of guaiac turns blue with a variety of substances, blood is not one of them. So in testing for a stain — say on clothing — moisten the spot with water, and afterwards apply a piece of white filter paper; the slightest straw-colored stain on the paper suffices. Now, add to the spot on the paper a few drops of the guaiac tincture — no coloration. Add a few drops of solution of peroxide,...

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