" A few whiffs were sufficient assurance of its efficacy as an anaesthetic, which, with its other qualities, as I ventured to remark, would place que the kerosolene beyond any known anaesthetic, provided its use was not followed by headache, vertigo, or other unpleasant symptoms, and provided itshould prove as free from danger as ether.
And Nervous System in the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Neurologist to the Howard Hospital; Bacteriologist to the Pennsylvania Training Philadelphia (ieneral Hospital; Consulting Physician to the Eye Hospital; Ophthalmologist to the Pennsylvania Training School for Feeble-minded Children. Most of the cases occurred in children, although some The chief symptoms were motor paralysis in arms or poliomyeUtis, although many of the cases were recognized as atypic.
In working with Nile blue sulfate and neutral red, and to a less degree in the case of Bismarck brown, it was foimd that smears of ether extract on cigarette paper showed definite staining only after prolonged soaking of the dye-treated smear in water (tablets).
Among these smaller elevations could be traced all intermediate forms between the simple deposit of a tiny cluster of bacteria on the surface of the endocardium, and well-marked vegetations, in which the bacteria were intermingled with fibrin and granular material, and rested on a necrotic base.
He went home to carry out this course for a month, two daily washings being accomplished after the first week. From a study of cases of these two kinds. And in this form, the canal enters the vertebrate family.
J In many other cases I have seen the same, j consequent on a small punctured wound on t the inner side of the medicamento thigh near the knee, a branch of the internal cutaneous nerve was i found in this condition. But, whatever you do, while you employ all the effective tonics, of which nutrition, rest, and sleep are the best, there is one controlling practical principle to be remembered, and, with this, one special caution. Only the afternoon's milk was sent to us. There was no shock following any of the operations, notwithstanding the elevation of temperature. Quent: during the night, the desire to pass; improve; there was no return of oedema, was highly albuminous, threw down a' gave warning of the unfavourable change of fulness and aching across the lumbar I since admission, and up to this date it conregion, and pain was excited by pressure j sisted of fibrinous casts, large, coarse granuover the region of each kidney: para.
The accompanying diagram represents the mode of application I give the following case as an addition to those I have already published as to the management of tedious labours, in which the child's life is so often lost or placed in great jeopardy. This man was later mg fitted with a proper work. While its onset remains much the same in its suddenness, and in the rapid development of its acute symptoms, yet for some time I have declined to fix the probable date of the crisis or the duration of its subsequent stages. She slept all night, and had no itching or burning. Now that the Legislature has adjourned without making any provision for the i)roper cleaning of the streets of New York, thereby leaving the city still at the mercy of the wretchedly ineflicient Street-cleaning Bureau of the Police Department, it certainly seems to be a very a propos suggestion which one of the morning papers makes, that Recorder Hackett should ask the Grand Jury to consider the propriety of indicting the latter, in the same manner as he has done in regard to the Aldermen and the Health-board. It is therefore natural that the attitude of the physician toward his own craft has at all times been a mirror of the general currents of thought. These words have become In the use of the saline waters many seek the most active effects, and are not satisfied without the most powerful catharticisms every day. It very naturally follows that in spite of the really fine anti-tuberculosis machine that we have built up in Massachusetts, we are not getting the results that we should: 500. Accordingly, only the upper and anterior portion should be removed. The posterior third of the nasal chambers, in conjunction with the nasopharjmx, presented atrophic changes.
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