The Medical Examiner: A Monthly Record of Medical Science, Band 12

Lindsay & Blakiston., 1856

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Seite 244 - Each State, county and district medical society entitled to representation shall have the privilege of sending to the Association one delegate for every ten of its regular resident members, and one for every additional fraction of more than half that number...
Seite 349 - Convention, and to be appointed by him, to whom should be referred the resolutions of the State of Virginia, and the other States represented, and all propositions for the adjustment of existing difficulties between the States...
Seite 244 - ... this number. The Faculty of every regularly constituted medical college or chartered school of medicine shall have the privilege of sending two delegates. The professional staff of every chartered or municipal hospital, containing a hundred patients or more, shall have the privilege of sending two delegates, and every other permanently organized medical institution of good standing shall have the privilege of sending o'ne delegate.
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Seite 362 - Virginia — showed his devotion to the cause of medical progress and activity, and the manner of his death gave signal evidence that he was one of whom his country might well be proud.
Seite 566 - ... 2. Send with all speed for medical aid, and for articles of clothing, blankets, &c. 3. Place the patient gently on the face, with one arm under the forehead, so that any fluids may flow from the throat and mouth; and, without loss of time, — I.
Seite 352 - A better and more efficient employment of the facts which are continually furnished by our public institutions, for the elucidation of the nature of diseases and accidents, and, indirectly, for the formation of an original, a vigorous, and an independent national medical literature. Resolved, That we venerate the writings of the great medical men, past and present, of our country, and that we consider them as an important element of our nitional medical literature.
Seite 350 - NY, on the treatment Best Adapted to Each Variety of Cataract, with the Method of Operation, Place of Election, Time, Age, &c. Dr. JW Corson, of NY, on the Causes of the Impulse of the Heart, and the Agencies which Influence it in Health and Disease.
Seite 600 - ... viewed in the dark, the key being removed, a fading spectre of the key will be visible. Let this paper be put aside for many months where nothing can disturb it, and then in darkness be laid on a plate of hot metal, the spectre of the key will again appear.
Seite 600 - ... a year,) on breathing again upon it, the shadowy form emerges ; or if a sheet of paper on which a key or other object is laid be carried for a few moments into the sunshine, and then instantaneously viewed in the dark, the key being simultaneously removed, a fading spectre of the key on the paper will be seen ; and if the paper be put away where nothing can disturb it, and so kept for many months...

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