International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

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J.B. Lippincott., 1901 - Clinical medicine
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Page 86 - Practitioners and Students, with special reference to Diagnosis and Treatment. By James Tyson, MD, Professor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania and Physician to the...
Page 305 - Send for scientific treatise on topical and internal administration, and reports of hundreds of clinical cases. THE BOVININE CO., 75 West Houston St., New York. LEEMING MILES & CO., MONTREAL Sole Agents for the Dominion of Canada.
Page 27 - Physician to the Glasgow Maternity Hospital; Examiner in Midwifery to the University of Glasgow; President of the Glasgow Obstetrical and • Gynaecological Society.
Page 285 - It may be substituted for cocaine in all cases in which an ischemic effect is desired, eg, to facilitate inspection of the deeper recesses of the nasal cavities and to make them more accessible. Adrenalin has little or no cerebral stimulant effect, exciting no desire for more of the drug ; hence there is little risk of habit-formation.
Page 305 - It is antiseptically prepared by cold process, and sterilized. It makes new and enriched blood quicker and better than any other known agent. It is Nature's Greatest Auxiliary, and a most efficient aid to any form of medication. Use it in Anaemia, Consumption, Dyspepsia and all debilitated and impoverished conditions.
Page 285 - Casselberry, MD, called attention to the fact that Adrenalin chloride solution is clear, colorless, odorless, sterile, and stable, if protected from heat, light and oxidation. It is non-irritating to mucous membranes. When applied locally it exerts identically the same vaso-constrictor influence as the aqueous adrenal extract. Sprayed into the nostrils in the strength of...
Page 212 - Delayed union is a term which indicates the existence of undue mobility after the normal period of bone repair, six weeks ; when this persists after three months the condition is spoken of as an ununited fracture. A fibrous tissue union between the rounded ends of the fragments results in a false joint, a pseudoarthrosis. Operation. — Ether anaesthesia, followed by oxygen. The patient was in the horizontal position. An incision about six inches in length was made on the outer aspect of the left...
Page ii - CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME II, (ELEVENTH SERIES.) BALLANTYNE, JW, MD, FRCPE, FRS (Edin.), Lecturer on Midwifery and Gynaecology, Medical College for Women, Edinburgh; Lecturer on Antenatal Pathology and Teratology in the University of Edinburgh (1900). BLACKADER, AD, MD, Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Lecturer on Diseases of Children, McGill University; Physician to the Montreal General Hospital, etc. BOLTON, B. MEADE, MD, Formerly Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, University of...
Page 107 - Text-Book of Physiology, 1898, i. 261. motic pressure would reach the enormous value of 22.32 atmospheres. These extraordinary pressures are believed to be due to the molecular energy of the vibrating molecules. The oscillating molecules of pure water pass readily through the membrane in either direction; but the molecules of sugar cannot permeate the membrane, and they may be supposed to shield the membrane on their own side from the impact of a certain proportion of water molecules; the resultant...

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