Pediatrics, Volume 25

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Pediatric Publishing Company, 1913
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Page 560 - ... or lessen its nutritive value, the Department of Agriculture, through its Dairy Division, has been conducting a series of experiments, treating milk at different temperatures and for different lengths of time. According to the report on these experiments in Bulletin 166 of the Bureau of Animal Industry, when milk is pasteurized at 145° F.
Page 358 - ... children properly in suitable buildings, and to produce and maintain a high health standard, than it is to educate them under reversed conditions, and to pay the money out supporting criminal courts, reformatories, jails, hospitals, institutions for the deaf, blind, dumb, crippled, mental...
Page 560 - A similar gain is a saving of the ice needed, because it will require 23$ per cent more refrigeration to cool milk to the shipping point when it is pasteurized at the higher temperature. The Department, therefore, recommends that " When market milk is pasteurized it should be heated to about 145° F. and held at that temperature for 30 minutes.
Page 204 - WB Saunders Company, publishers, of Philadelphia and London, have in active preparation a work on the history of medicine by Dr. Fielding H. Garrison, principal assistant librarian surgeon-general's office, and editor of the Index Medicus. Dr. Garrison's twenty years...
Page 24 - Many years' experience in private practice and laboratory work, coupled with his knowledge of the drug business particularly fit him in directing the course of pharmaceutical specialties compounded for physicians
Page 548 - ... fluids to pass from the rectum to the cecum compels us to consider the influence of other and more potent agents on the intestinal contents. Two factors are in operation when fluids are conveyed from the rectum to the cecum. The first is the distensible and elastic nature of the intestinal tube ; and the second is the hydraulic principle which controls fluids wherever they may be. If fluid is forced rapidly into the rectum that organ will be seen to be widely distended; but this same fluid can...
Page 329 - Nervous and Mental Diseases. For Students and Practitioners. By Charles S. Potts, MD, Professor of Neurology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. New (third) edition, enlarged and thoroughly revised. In one 12mo volume of 610 pages, with 141 engravings and 6 full-page plates. Price, cloth, $2.75 net. Lea & Febiger, Publishers, Philadelphia and New York, 1913.
Page 548 - If the ileum is transplanted into the transverse colon or sigmoid the watery intestinal contents will be forced by the elastic intestinal tube in the direction of least resistance. The right segment of the colon is the capacious portion of the large bowel, so if fluids are under greater intestinal pressure in the lower bowel the fluid contents will travel up to the cecum. The author says, that even if we do admit the existence of anastalsis in normal conditions of the colon, he does not believe it...
Page 263 - By FRANCIS MARION POTTENGER, AM, MD, LL.D., Medical Director of the Pottenger Sanatorium for Diseases of the Lungs and Throat, Monrovia, California.

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