The Critique, Volume 16

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Denver Journal Publishing Company, 1909
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Page 274 - The President of the American Gynecological Society has appointed a committee to report at the next annual meeting in Washington, on the "Present Status of Obstetrical Teaching in Europe and America," and to recommend improvements in the scope and character of the teaching of Obstetrics in America. The committee consists of the Professors of Obstetrics in Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Jefferson Medical College, Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University and the University...
Page 176 - Every physician knows full well the advantages to be derived from the use of antikamnia in very many diseases, but a number of them are still lacking a knowledge of the fact that antikamnia, in combination with various remedies, has a peculiarly happy effect; particularly is this the case when combined with salol. Salol is a most valuable remedy in many affections; and its usefulness seems to be enhanced by combining it with antikamnia. The rheumatoid conditions so often seen in various manifestations...
Page 65 - There is so much bad in the best of us, And so much good in the worst of us, That it hardly behooves any of us To talk about the rest of us.
Page 323 - SANMETTO FOR GENITOURINARY DISEASES. A Scientific Blending of True Santal and Saw Palmetto with Soothing Demulcents in a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System. SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN PROSTATIC TROUBLES OF OLD MEN-IRRITABLE BLADDERCYSTITIS-URETHRITIS-PRE-SENILITY.
Page 68 - Later it was clear that its power as a nerve calmative was due, as Bartholow says, to its special action on the pneumogastric nerve. Codeine stands apart from the rest of its group, in that it does not arrest secretion in the respiratory and intestinal tract.
Page 50 - If I should die to-night, My friends would call to mind, with loving thought, Some kindly deed the icy hand had wrought ; Some gentle word the frozen lips had said; Errands on which the willing feet had sped; The memory of my selfishness and pride, My hasty words, would all be put aside : And so I should be loved and mourned to-night...
Page 176 - This remedy is a reliable one in the treatment of diarrhoea, entero colitis, dysentery, etc. In dysentery, where there are bloody, slimy discharges, with tormina and tenesmus, a good dose of sulphate of magnesia, followed by two antikamnia and salol tablets every three hours will give results that are gratifying.
Page 226 - If such a condition could be brought about we would be held in much greater esteem by our patients and neighbors. Whenever a physician is condemned, maligned or criticized by another physician, the ill-will engendered in the minds of the laity is not against the one physician but the class — individuals are forgotten and the profession is remembered as a whole. If I tell every one I meet that Dr. Pill is a rank physician, knows nothing of medicine and will stoop to any mean practice, the laity...
Page 27 - In no case is it requisite to administer more than one single, simple medicinal substance at one time...
Page 246 - Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter ? Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries ? either a vine, figs ? so can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh.

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