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Page 203 - DISEASES OF THE GENITO-URINARY ORGANS AND THE KIDNEY. By Robert H. Greene. MD, Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery at the Fordham University, New York; and Harlow Brooks, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical School. Octavo of 605 pages, profusely illustrated.
Page 201 - Listerine represents the maximum of antiseptic strength in the relation that it is the least harmful to the human organism in the quantity required to produce the desired result ; as such, it is generally accepted as the standard antiseptic preparation for general use, especially for those purposes where a poisonous or corrosive disinfectant can not be used with safety. It has won the confidence of medical men by reason of the standard of excellence (both as regards...
Page 204 - THE WORK The great advantage of this over other similar works lies in the large number of magnificent lithographic plates which it contains, without question the best that have ever been produced in this field. They are accurate and beautiful reproductions of the various anatomic parts represented. Edward Martin, MD, Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Pennsylvania.
Page 174 - Next day I found patient much improved. He said " that clay relieved all the burning five minutes after you applied it." I now make it a rule to use Antiphlogistine in treating erysipelas, and I am sure my patients get along faster than they did when treated without it. I also use Antiphlogistine in pneumonia, and all cases of inflammation of the lung or pleura. Indeed I would hate to have to treat this kind of cases without Antiphlogistine. I will report on one case of an infant where I believe...
Page 201 - A trial package will be mailed free of charge to physicians if they will send their name and address to JS Tyree, Chemist, Washington, DC • • FUNCTIONAL NEUROTIC DISORDERS.
Page 199 - Institution, the income from a part of which was to be devoted to " the increase and diffusion of more exact knowledge in regard to the nature and properties of atmospheric air in connection with the welfare of man.
Page 197 - It must not be thought that Guatemala is an undesirable place to visit in August, and that it will be very hot and the rain constant. August is the time of the year called the cunicula, when, although hot, there is but little rain. The heat of Guatemala does not, however, compare with the heat of our own States, as it is situated on a plateau which is comparatively cool. The trip down from New Orleans or from New York, by steamer, to Porto Barrios, is an agreeable one. The trip to the Congress and...
Page 200 - Each of these table.ts contains two and one-half grains of antikamnia and two and one-half grains of salol. The proper proportion of the ingredients is evidenced by the popularity of the tablets in all rheumatic conditions.
Page 156 - Syrup of Hypophosphites has tempted certain persons to offer imitations of it for sale. Mr. Fellows, who has examined samples of several of these, finds that no two of them are identical, and that all of them differ from the original in composition, in freedom from acid reaction, in susceptibility to the effects of oxygen when exposed to light or heat, in the property of retaining th - strychnine in solution, and in the medicinal effects.