What people are saying - Write a review
Other editions - View all
anesthesia appearance applied Association attention become believe blood Board body called carried cause clinical close Committee complete condition consideration continued cord course cure danger death Department developed diagnosis discussion disease early effect epidemic especially examination exist experience fact five four give given Health hospital hyperemia important increased infected interest JOURNAL known less living Louisiana matter means Medical Medical Society medicine meeting method milk months mosquito nature necessary never noted observation obtained occurred officers operation organization Orleans pain Parish passed patient period physician position possible practice present President profession question regard remain removed Secretary seen Society spinal stegomyia successful surgeon surgical symptoms taken temperature tion treated treatment typhoid fever usually weeks yellow fever
Page 240 - That bacteriologic or pathologic specimens of plague and cholera shall under no circumstances be admitted to the mails. 2. Liquid cultures, or cultures of microorganisms in media that are fluid at the ordinary temperature (below 45° C. or 113° F.), are unmailable. Such specimens may be sent in media that remain solid at ordinary temperature.
Page 323 - Elaborate arrangements have been made by the local profession of Hot Springs to entertain the visiting doctors and their wives, the meeting being held at one of the largest hotels, which will be specially opened in advance of the season to accommodate the Association. A cordial invitation is extended to every physician in the Valley to attend this meeting, for which a large number of interesting and valuable papers have been promised.
Page 323 - Ohio, in Surgery. Dr. Norbury has chosen for the subject of his address, "Clinical Psychology," and Dr. Lawrence will discuss in his address, "Surgical Principles and Theories.
Page 240 - ... drams. Said vial shall be covered and made water-tight by the use of a metal screw cap and a rubber or felt washer which has been immersed in melted paraffine ; or, if a test tube be used, it shall be covered with a tightly-fitting rubber cap.
Page 537 - Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Publls Health and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, 1906.
Page 825 - Association, except those of the president and orators, shall occupy more than twenty minutes in its delivery ; and no member shall speak longer than five minutes, nor more than once on any subject.
Page 241 - ... wooden or metal screw cap with a rubber or felt washer. Or the outside box may be a cylindrical wooden box having a screw cap and washer. The thickness of the sustaining part of the wooden tube to be not less than one-quarter of an inch and be lined same as the tin box.
Page 661 - The author has, moreover, had opportunities of obtaining extraordinary evidence of its protective power. In a large public school it was ordered to be taken every morning. Some of the boys in the school were home boarders, and it was found that while the boarders at the school took the quinine in the presence of a master every morning, there were scarcely any cases of influenza among them, although the home boarders suffered nearly as much as before. In a large girls...