The London Medical and Physical Journal, Band 49

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J. Souter, 1823
 

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Seite 448 - A Practical Treatise on the Symptoms, Causes, Discrimination, and Treatment of some of the most Important Complaints that affect the Secretion and Excretion of the Urine.
Seite 312 - I was affected with the same momentary sensations as in the former instance, and there was a recurrence of them in three or four seconds after the first attack had subsided. From, the instantaneousness, with which the effects are produced; and from its acting more speedily when applied to the tongue, than when injected into the intestine, though the latter presents a better absorbing surface, we may conclude that this poison acts on the brain through the medium of the nerves, without being absorbed...
Seite 492 - And whereas it is the duty of every person using or exercising the art and mystery of an apothecary to prepare with exactness and to dispense such medicines as may be directed for the sick by any physician lawfully licensed to practise physic by the President und Commonalty of the Faculty of Physic in London or by either of the two Universities of Oxford or Cambridge...
Seite 90 - Practical Observations on the Treatment and Cure of Several Varieties of Pulmonary Consumption, and on the Effects of the Vapour of Boiling Tar in that Disease...
Seite 242 - During the few months of his existence in London his letters to his mother and sister, which were always accompanied with presents, expressed the most joyous anticipations. But suddenly all the flush of his gay hopes and busy projects terminated in despair.
Seite 446 - Chamberlaine, the founder uf the " Society for the relief of Widows and Orphans of Medical men in London and its Vicinity.
Seite 492 - And whereas it is the duty of every person using or exercising the art and mystery of an apothecary, to prepare with exactness and to dispense such medicines as may be directed for the sick by any physician, lawfully licensed...
Seite 492 - Ten Pounds ; and for the third offence he shall forfeit his Certificate, and be rendered incapable in future of using or exercising the Art and Mystery of an Apothecary, and be liable to the Penalty inflicted by this Act upon all who practise as such without a Certificate...
Seite 63 - There is no necessity of using the alkohometer in distillation, as the preceding account shews that the thermometer indicates the strength of the liquor with equal accuracy. 3. Without drawing off any spirit, what quantity there is of any particular strength may be immediately known. 4. Every possible fraud, during the operation, may be prevented, as the apparatus can either be locked up, or brought into an adjoining apartment, for the person who attends the work does not require the thermometer...
Seite 535 - ... more than ordinary malignity in various parts of this island lately, and has committed great ravages in those districts where it found victims unprotected against it by a previous process. The advantages of vaccination in places subject to those severe visitations have been confessedly decisive and remarkable ; those who had used this resource being observed...

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