Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 42

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Page 573 - As unto the bow the cord is, So unto the man is woman ; Though she bends him, she obeys him, Though she draws him, yet she follows ; Useless each without the other...
Page 436 - A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children. By Alfred Vogel, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine in the University of Dorpat, Russia. Translated and edited by H. Raphael, MD, late House Surgeon to Bellevue Hospital ; Attending Physician to the Eastern Dispensary for the Diseases of Children, etc.
Page 312 - Outer garments of wool or silk, and similar articles, which would be injured by immersion in boiling water or in a disinfecting solution : 1. Exposure to dry heat at a temperature of 110° C. (230° F.) for two hours.
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Page 546 - ... required, and brandy when a stronger stimulant is indicated. The resort to farinaceous matters, predigested, must become greater and greater as our knowledge of digestion and its derangements waxes larger. It is not merely in the case of feeble infants that such predigested starch and milk sugar are indicated and useful; persons of feeble digestion require these soluble carbo-hydrates which they can assimilate.
Page 663 - Diseases of the Digestive Organs in Infancy and Childhood. With chapters on the Investigation of Disease, and on the General Management of Children.
Page 87 - As to the mod us operandi, we have nothing more definite than a theory to offer, and that is that the vapor being absorbed through the skin, produces a sedative effect upon the superficial nerves of the part to which it is applied. We know by experiment that its influence is not due to its power as a counter-irritant.
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Page 103 - AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and The Diseases of Women and Children, in the Chicago Medical College.

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