Medical Record, Band 29

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
W. Wood., 1886

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Seite 211 - Gellhorn has found the following plan very useful in inducing sleep in persons who suffer from insomnia. A piece of calico, about eighteen inches wide and two and three-quarter yards long is rolled up like a bandage, and a third of it wrung out of cold water. The leg is then bandaged with this, the wet portions being carefully covered by several layers of the dry part, as well as by a layer of guttapercha tissue, and a stocking drawn on over the whole. This causes dilatation of the vessels of the...
Seite 74 - That it shall be a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of five hundred dollars and dismissal from office, for any officer of the United States government, civil, military, or naval, to make discrimination! in favor of or against any school of medical practice, or its legal...
Seite 267 - ... of hot water and ammonia. An ounce of carbonate of ammonia is dissolved in a pint of boiling water, and when solution is effected the temperature will scarcely be too high for fomentation with cloths dipped in the liquid. These must be assiduously applied for half an hour at least, and repeated for two or three hours if necessary.
Seite 149 - There is no river in the United Kingdom long enough to secure the oxidation and destruction of any sewage which may be discharged into it, even at its source.
Seite 19 - ... or blunt curette, and drained and irrigated, if necessary, through a drainage tube. 6. This incision should be made at the spot where the pus points most distinctly, which is usually the vaginal vault. 7. In a certain number of cases the pus points through the abdominal wall, generally in the iliac fossa, and the incision should then be ample, and free drainage should be secured. 8. When the pus has burrowed deep into the pelvic cavity, and a probe can be passed from the abdominal incision down...
Seite 216 - An act to establish a medical board of examiners and licensers, and regulating the practice of medicine and surgery in the State of Ohio, and defining the duties and powers of such board.
Seite 155 - SEC. 3. That the Commissioner of Health shall, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, frame rules which when approved by the President and issued by the Department of State, shall serve for the instruction of consular officers of the United States and of the medical officers serving at any foreign port. In compliance with these rules, every master of a vessel destined for a port of the United States shall be furnished with a certificate containing a detailed statement of the inspection...
Seite 262 - ... 10 years. The rising treatment now is with calomel. It consists in giving large doses frequently, not minding the free movements from the bowels. Give one grain every hour till twelve doses have " been taken, then the same amount every second hour. This has been often tried in the laryngeal form, in larger doses, and is of especial utility in this variety of the disease. • Corrosive sublimate, gr.
Seite 273 - In order more clearly to illustrate my views, I will divide the cases which I have treated with this remedy into three groups, mentioning them in the order of their frequency. First. — Young ladies between the ages of fourteen and nineteen, who come from the country "to finish their education.
Seite 196 - Major and Surgeon.— Granted leave of absence for six months, on surgeon's certificate of disability, with permission to leave the Department of the Missouri. — J>. 0. 19, AGO, February 4, 1886 WHITE, ROBERT H.. Captain and Assistant Surgeon.— Granted two months' leave of absence, to take effect when his Department Commander may think proper.

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