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" The material which I have employed, is carbolic or phenic acid, a volatile organic compound which appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic with which we are at present acquainted.... "
Colorado Medicine - Page 112
1912
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American Farmer

Agriculture - 1866
...acid, a volatile organic compound, which appears to exercise a peculiar destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...that of compound fractures, in which the effects of décomposition in the injured part were especially striking and pernicious. The results have been euch...
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British ...

Medicine - 1868
...in Dublin, on August 9, 1867. says, appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...present acquainted. The first class of cases to which he applied it was that of compound fractures, in which the effects of decomposition in the injured...
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Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 1

1868
...volatile organic compound which appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forme of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic with which we are at present acquainted. . . . " In conducting the treatment, the first object matt be the destruction of any septic germs which...
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A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery, and Their Allied Sciences: For ...

New Sydenham Society - Children - 1869 - 518 pages
...acid, a volatile organic compound, which appears to exercise a peculiar destructive influence upon lo\v forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic with which we are at present acquainted. " As to the details of the treatment, Mr. Lister speaks as follows : " In conducting the treatment,...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of Agriculture, Issue 14

Agriculture - 1870
...acid, a volatile organic compound, which appears to exercise a peculiar destructive influence npon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...establish conclusively the great principle that all the local inflammatory mischief and febrile disturbance which follow severe injuries are due to the...
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Volume 29

Medicine - 1872
...compound fractures. It appears, he says, " to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic with which we are at present acquainted." In the treatment of compound fractures, Prof. Lister attaches great importance to the exclusion or...
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Medical Herald, Volume 1

1867
...acid, a volatile organic compound which appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...establish conclusively the great principle, that all the local inflammatory mischief and general febrile disturbance which follow severe injuries are due...
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Agriculture of Maine: Annual Report of the Secretary ..., Volume 14, Part 1869

Agriculture - 1870
...acid, a volatile organic compound, which appears to exercise a peculiar destructive influence npon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...establish conclusively the great principle that all the local inflammatory mischief and febrile disturbance which follow severe injuries are due to the...
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The Chicago Medical Times, Volume 1

Medicine - 1869
...acid, a volatile organic compound which appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic...establish conclusively the great principle, that all the local inflammatory mischief and general febrile disturbance which follow severe injuries are due...
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Scientific Papers; Physiology, Medicine, Surgery, Geology, Volume 38

Hippocrates, Ambroise Paré, William Harvey, Edward Jenner, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Joseph Baron Lister, Louis Pasteur, Sir Charles Lyell - Science - 1910 - 440 pages
...a volatile organic compound, which appears to exercise a peculiarly destructive influence upon low forms of life, and hence is the most powerful antiseptic with which we arc at present acquainted. The first class of cases to which I applied it was that of compound fractures,...
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