London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 6;Band 41

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Seite 512 - I'll imitate the pities of old surgeons To this lost limb, who, ere they show their art, Cast one asleep, then cut the diseased part...
Seite 282 - ... of the lungs. Hence it is fatal to the asthmatic; the deaths directly ascribed to asthma in October and November were 12 weekly; in the six weeks of the influenza epidemic, 77, 86, 78, 52, 14, 26, besides the numerous cases classed under influenza. 36 deaths were ascribed to bronchitis in...
Seite 135 - ... the most powerful means, not only of rendering animal and vegetable effluvia innocuous, but of actually destroying them. A room in which meat in an advanced degree of decomposition had been kept for some time, was instantly deprived of all smell, on an open coffee roaster being carried through it containing a pound of coffee newly roasted.
Seite 281 - ... 250 miles a day. The mean temperature of the air suddenly fell from 11° above to 10° below the average ; on Monday it was 54°, Friday 32° ; the air on Friday night was 27°, the earth was frozen; the wind was calm three days, and on Saturday evening a dense fog lay over the Thames and London for the space of five hours. No electricity stirred in the air during the week.
Seite 542 - Burgh is in such a State as to be dangerous to the Health of Persons living in the Neighbourhood thereof, or that any Church or other Place of Public Worship within...
Seite 542 - Board shall direct; and whosoever erects or rebuilds any house or constructs any drain contrary to this enactment shall be liable for every such offence to a penalty not exceeding fifty pounds, which may be recovered by any person, with full costs of suit, by action of debt...
Seite 284 - Liebig, with all the appliances of the Giessen laboratory, cannot yet detect any difference between the pure air of the Alps, and the air through which the hound can tell a hare, a fox, or a man has passed ; or the air which observation shows will produce small-pox, measles, scarlatina, hooping-cough, dysentery, cholera, influenza, typhus, plague. These matters may...
Seite 135 - ... several hours after. The best mode of using the coffee as a disinfectant is to dry the raw bean, pound it in a mortar, and then roast the powder on a...
Seite 447 - My example prevailed with several of them to renounce their abominable practice of bread and cheese with beer ; and they procured, like me, from a neighbouring house, a good basin of warm gruel, in which was a small slice of butter, with toasted bread and nutmeg. This was a much better breakfast, which did not cost more than a pint of beer, namely, three halfpence, and at the same time preserved the head clearer.
Seite 420 - The thinner the piece of flesh, the more completely does it acquire the last-mentioned qualities ; and if in this state it be eaten without the soup, it not only loses much of its nutritive properties, but also of its digestibility, inasmuch as the juice of the flesh itself, the constituents of which are now found in the soup, are thus prevented from taking part in the digestive process in the stomach. The soup, in fact, contains two of the chief constituents of the gastric juice.

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