St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 14

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Seite 361 - 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 250 - AN ANALYTICAL COMPENDIUM OF THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF MEDICAL SCIENCE; for the Use and Examination of Students. A new edition, revised and improved. In one very large and handsomely printed royal 12mo. volume, of about one thousand pages, with 374 wood-cuts.
Seite 537 - RULES. 1. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the open air, freely exposing the face, neck, and chest to the breeze, except in severe weather.
Seite 46 - ... no gastric juice can be extracted, not even on the application of alimentary stimulus. Drinks received are immediately absorbed, or otherwise disposed of, none remaining in the stomach ten minutes after being swallowed. Food taken in this condition of the stomach, remains undigested for twenty-four or fortyeight hours or more, increasing the derangement of the whole alimentary canal, and aggravating the general symptoms of disease...
Seite 530 - I recommended the application of the extract of belladonna to the areola, desiring them to send for a medical practitioner if the inconvenience did not immediately subside, or unless she felt quite well. A few days brought me a letter, giving a very satisfactory account, and thanking me for what she was pleased to call my wonderful prescription. Within two hours she was perfectly relieved, the milk absorbed, and (what is very important) there was no fever or other inconvenience attending the sudden...
Seite 46 - In febrile diathesis, or predisposition, from whatever cause — obstructed perspiration, undue excitement by stimulating liquors, overloading the stomach with food — fear, anger, or whatever depresses or disturbs the nervous system — the villous coat becomes sometimes red and dry, at other times, pale and moist, and loses its smooth and healthy appearance ; the secretions become vitiated, greatly diminished, or entirely suppressed...
Seite 149 - ... the iodide of potassium ought to be very cautiously administered. In like manner, when common salt is given to persons who have taken the milder preparations of mercury, a bichloride will be formed with whatever of the metal remains in the tissues, and may produce salivation. Dr. JACKSON referred to a case which he had already mentioned to the College, and which helps to illustrate the subject under discussion. A lady, who had been taking blue pill, removed to the country, where she began to...
Seite 371 - ... first day of each annual meeting, whose duty it shall be to examine such communications and report upon the propriety of their presentation and reference to the committee of publication.
Seite 552 - ADULTERATION. hot oil, instead of laying it on a hot stone ; but either method must deteriorate the quality of the musk, as it gets either completely baked or fried. It is best both in appearance and smell, if the pod is at once cut from the skin, and allowed to dry of itself. The musk received from the Puharries is greatly adulterated, and pods are often made altogether counterfeit ; and as they are generally sold without being cut open, it is scarcely possible to detect the imposture at the time....
Seite 364 - DAY MORNING SESSION. The Association was called to order by the President, at 9 o'clock. The minutes were read, corrected and approved. A communication from Dr. Wroth, of Md., relative to a report upon the Medical Topography of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and one from Dr. Thomson, of Ky., relative to a report on " Chloroform,'' were referred to the Committee on Nominations.

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