Canadian Practitioner, Volume 12

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Bryant Press, 1887
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Page 228 - It is derogatory to the dignity of the profession to resort to public advertisements, or private cards, or handbills, inviting the attention of individuals affected with particular diseases...
Page 422 - The most important remedial agent ever presented to the Profession for Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising from imperfect nutrition.
Page 191 - A stimulant dose of strychnine will depend on the age of the patient, and the length of time during which the drug has been given, although asthmatics, as a rule, will bear larger doses of strychnine than most other patients.
Page 152 - XXIII. In case it shall appear to the General Council that an Attempt has been made by any Body, entitled under this Act to grant Qualifications, to impose upon any Candidate offering himself for Examination an Obligation to adopt or refrain from adopting the Practice of any particular Theory of Medicine or Surgery...
Page 338 - In conclusion, it must be recognized, regarding the fatal effects of the imperfect conditions of human life under which Indians, negroes, and many of the people of limited means exist, demand the earnest consideration of all workers in the field of climatology and demography; and since the occupations, urban residence, and limited means make it impossible for an increasing proportion of our population to enjoy the health-giving influences of rural residence and the stimulating effects of life by...

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