Canadian Practitioner, Volume 30

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Bryant Press, 1905
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Page 696 - THE PRINCIPLES OF BACTERIOLOGY. A practical manual for students and physicians. By AC Abbott, MD, Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology, and Director of the Laboratory of Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania.
Page 49 - By Hobart Amory Hare, MD, Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.
Page 647 - By Hartvig Nissen, Instructor and Lecturer in Massage and Gymnastics at Harvard University Summer School ; Director of Physical Training, Brookline Public Schools ; Former Acting Director of Physical Training, Boston Public Schools ; Former Instructor of Physical Training at Johns Hopkins University and Wellesley College; Former Director of the Swedish Health Institute, Washington. DC, etc., etc. Author of "Swedish Movement and Massage Treatment," "A, B, C of Swedish Educational Gymnastics," "Rational...
Page 704 - Which yields thirty times its volume of " nascent oxygen " near to the condition of "ozone," is daily proving; to physicians, in some new way, its wonderful efficacy in stubborn cases ol Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Itch Barber's Itch, Erysipelas, Ivy Poisoning, Ringworm, Herpes Zoster or Zona, etc.
Page 207 - The woman about to become a mother, or with her new-born infant upon her bosom, should be the object of trembling care and sympathy wherever she bears her tender burden, or stretches her aching limbs.
Page 347 - This is probably due to his thirty-five years of practical experience in teaching chemistry and medicine. Recognizing that to understand physiologic chemistry students must first be informed upon points not referred to in most medical text-books, the author has included in his work the latest views of equilibrium of equations, mass-action, cryoscopy, osmotic pressure, dissociation of salts into ions, the effects of ionization upon electric conductivity, and the relationship between purin bodies,...
Page 171 - MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Stomach in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore; and John Ruhrah, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore.
Page 171 - Dietetic management in all diseases in which diet plays a part in treatment is carefully considered, the articles on diet in diseases of the digestive organs containing numerous diet lists and explicit instructions for administering. The feeding of infants and children, of patients before and after anesthesia and surgical operations, and the latest methods for feeding after gastro-intestinal operations have never before been discussed with such practical detail.
Page xv - CHILDHOOD, AND DURING CONVALESCENCE FROM EXHAUSTING DISEASES, THE PHYSICIAN OF MANY YEARS' EXPERIENCE KNOWS THAT, TO OBTAIN IMMEDIATE RESULTS. THERE IS NO REMEDY...
Page 228 - NEW (2d) EDITION Mr. Moynihan, in revising his book, has made many additions to the text, so as to include the most recent advances. Especial attention has been given to a detailed description of the early symptoms in cholelithiasis, enabling a diagnosis to be made in the stage in which surgical treatment can be most safely adopted. Every phrase of gall-stone disease is dealt with, and is illustrated by a large number of clinical records.

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