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Page 333 - That hereafter no member of the military service disabled in line of duty, even though not expected to return to duty, will be discharged from service until he has attained complete recovery or as complete recovery as it is to be expected that he will attain when the nature of his disability is considered.
Page 504 - That the bill of the Executive Committee of the Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons be paid by the Treasurer of the Association upon its presentation with proper vouchers from the Executive Committee of the Congress. Carried.
Page 252 - Mellin's Food 4 level tablespoonfuls Water (boiled, then cooled) / 6 fluidounces Give one to three ounces every hour or two, according to the age of the baby, continuing until stools lessen in number and improve in character. Milk, preferably skimmed, may then be substituted for...
Page 412 - Calories and furnishes immediately available nutrition well suited to spare the bodyprotein, to prevent a rapid loss of weight, to resist the activity of putrefactive bacteria, and to favor a retention of fluids and salts in the body tissues.
Page 305 - At its lower extremity the structures of the knee joint are fairly well outlined with the lower epiphysis of the femur and the upper epiphysis of the tibia well developed.
Page 335 - So far the United States has been involved only in the preparatory phase of this war. We are now about to enter upon the active, or the fighting phase, a phase which will make enormous demands upon the resources of the country.
Page 335 - The requirements for commission in the Medical Reserve Corps are that the applicant be a male citizen of the United States, a graduate of a reputable school of medicine, authorized to confer the degree of MD, between the ages of 22 and 55 years of age and professionally, morally and physically qualified for service.
Page 482 - Feed small amounts at frequent intervals. It is further suggested: — As soon as the stools lessen in number and improve in character, gradually build up the diet by substituting one ounce of skimmed milk for one ounce of water until the amount of skimmed milk is equal to the quantity of milk usually given for the age of the infant; also that no milk fat be given until the baby has completely recovered. Mellin's Food Company, Boston, Mass.
Page 333 - ... considered. The inauguration of this continued treatment will result, during the period of the war, in the saving to the service of a large number of efficient officers and soldiers who without it would never become able to perform duty. Physical reconstruction may be defined as the completes!