Clinical lectures on pediatrics (Session 1892-93) 1892-93

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1893 - 192 pages
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Page 33 - MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore.
Page 120 - I ordered him to take ten drops of the syrup of the Iodide of Iron three times a day, with Cod Liver Oil freely, beef tea, wine and oat-meal porridge.
Page 110 - Besides, the violence used to overcome resistance will exhaust what little strength there is. That is why I have insisted so much on reaching the throat through the nose. An injection through the nose can easily be made, and will flow down and touch the throat 488 489 just as well as if you opened the mouth and forced your treatment from that direction.
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