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Page 642 - it either acts on the kidneys, the stomach, the pulse or the bowels; let it be stopped upon the first appearance of any one of these effects." To this might be added, "Until it acts on the respiration.
Page 361 - cc of blood, 800 cc of Fischer's solution or of bicarbonate-glucose solution. 7. Wash out the stomach morning and night, giving by the mouth after each washing, 5 grains of calcium sulphide dissolved in 3 ounces of water. Continue this lavage until the stomach washings are free from mercury when tested by Elliott's
Page 440 - they believe that no such action as this occurs. With large, toxic doses, the right heart may have to contract against a pulmonary pressure increased by 100 per cent, above the normal, while at the same time the left ventricle may be contracting against a systemic pressure reduced by 25 to 50 per cent, below
Page 395 - Mandlebaum, FS: A Contribution to the Pathology of Primary Splenomegaly (Gaucher Type), with the Report of an Autopsy on a Male Child Four and One-half Years of Age, Jour. Exper. Med., 1912,
Page 284 - the louse may transmit the disease by its bite alone, the usual manner of infection, or the disease may be produced artificially by scarifying the skin and rubbing in a small amount of the infected louse excrement. 5. That a man may be entirely free from lice at the time he develops trench fever, the louse that infected him having left
Page 623 - OBSTETRICS UNDER THE CHARGE OF EDWARD P. DAVIS, AM, MD, PROFESSOR OF OBSTETRICS IN THE JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE, PHILADELPHIA.
Page 155 - the louse may transmit the disease by its bite alone, the usual manner of infection, or the disease may be produced artificially by scarifying the skin and rubbing in a small amount of the infected louse excrement. (5) That a man may be entirely free from lice at the time he develops trench fever, the louse that infected him having left him
Page 137 - operation, that only enemas be used before operation and that these be avoided if not absolutely necessary. That water and solid food be given by mouth as soon after operation as possible and that purgatives be avoided both before and after operation whenever this can be done.
Page 497 - instead of the normal sigmoid (S) manner. This has been explained 1 by assuming that the embryo lies in an abnormal position within the chorion, so that its right side instead of its left lies closer to the blood supply. The three patients whom I examined presented the most frequent anomaly, dextrocardia with situs