The Humboldt Medical Archives, Band 1

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Seite 380 - But that symptoms are observed to follow the subcutaneous injection of some drugs which are absent when they are administered by the other methods, and on the other hand, certain unpleasant symptoms which are apt to follow the introduction of the drugs by the mouth and rectum, are not usually experienced when such drugs are injected under the skin. 4. That as a general rule, to which, however, there may be exceptions, clear neutral solutions of drugs introduced subcutaneously are more rapidly absorbed...
Seite 115 - English branches of education, including the first series of mathematics, the elements of the natural sciences, and a sufficient knowledge of Latin and Greek to understand the technical terms of the profession...
Seite 167 - And more than this: if a patient haseverhad ague, and, even many years afterwards, you perform an operation on him, ague may seem to be renewed in him at some short time after the shock, or loss of blood, or whatever other damage he may have sustained. I have so often noticed this, that whenever I hear of severe rigors following on any operation, I ask for a previous history of ague ; and I have sometimes found that the patient has almost forgotten it in the long lapse of time since he suffered from...
Seite 115 - The instruction in the three series is to be given simultaneously, and to continue throughout the whole of each annual College term ; each student attending the lectures on such branches as belong to his period of progress in study, in the same manner as the sophomore, junior and senior classes, each pursue their studies simultaneously throughout the Collegiate year in all our Literary Colleges.
Seite 371 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN. BY D. FRANCIS CONDIE, MD, Fellow of the College of Physicians, &c.
Seite 257 - ... fracture is too close to the knee, and it may be necessary to attach the adhesive straps (M) above the knee, then the bars may extend to near the perineum if necessary. The crossbar passing beneath the bracket at (B,) and upon which the foot rests, should be flattened and five inches in length, so as to allow ample space for the limb to rest between the bars; the space between these bars at the upper end should ordinarily be about six inches. The splint (C,) upon which the leg rests, in figure...
Seite 291 - 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 373 - Cloth, $3 75; leather, $4 75. pULLER (HENRY). ON DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND AIR PASSAGES. Their Pathology, Physical Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatment. From 2d Eng.
Seite 114 - That a committee of five be appointed by the president, whose duty it shall be to present the several propositions adopted by the convention, to the trustees and faculties of all the medical colleges in this country, and solicit their definite action thereon, with a view to the early and simultaneous practical adoption of the same throughout the whole country. And that the same committee be authorized to call another convention...
Seite 118 - ... announcement for the College term of 1868-9, in accordance therewith ; provided all the principal Medical Colleges in this country (or, at least, those in the cities of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond, Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, and Albany) will agree to do the same at the same time ? The great desideratum is to secure both harmony and concert of action on the part of the Medical Colleges, in the adoption of such measures...

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