The Iowa State Medical Reporter, Volume 1

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Mills & Company, 1883 - Medicine

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Page 122 - ... and upon conviction for a second violation of this act, shall, in addition to the above fine, be imprisoned in the County Jail of the County in which...
Page 123 - ... which number shall include one or more members of the different schools of medicine represented in said board...
Page 121 - That it shall be unlawful for any person within the limits of said State, who has not attended two full courses of instruction and graduated at some school of medicine, either of the United States or some foreign country, or who cannot produce a certificate of qualification from some State or county medical society, and is not a person of good moral character...
Page 43 - Cubeb is the remedy most relied on in the throat room for constitutional impression in the ordinary form of the complaint. Fifteen or more drops of the oleo resin, on sugar, after meals; or a few grains of the recently prepared powder, with two or three grains of salicylate of cinchonidia, in pill or capsule, are the forms in which it is usually prescribed. Cleanliness, by douche or spray, is essential in giving the parts a chance to get well, which they will often do by cleanliness alone, without...
Page 122 - Kansas ; provided, that in all cases when any person has been continuously engaged in the practice of medicine for a period of ten years or more, he shall be considered to have complied with the provisions of this act, and that where persons have been in continuous practice of medicine for five years or more they shall be allowed two years in which to comply with such provisions.
Page 78 - ... if possible, over a marshy spot, or one with a clay subsoil. It should have a cellar, either naturally dry or made so by efficient drainage, and this cellar should never be used as a store-room for vegetables, and if this is unavoidable, that these should never be allowed to rot. 3. No slop-water, nor indeed any kind of water, should be thrown upon the ground near the home.
Page 96 - I have tried the experiment on myself and on many of my friends, and the answer is always the same, viz., that the introduction of distilled water into the eye is attended with much discomfort and smarting, while with normal saline there is no noticeable effect whatever. The practical deduction is this, which I have also verified, that the addition of two grains and a half of chloride of sodium to the ounce of distilled water ren•ders any lotion intended to be of a soothing character much more...
Page 43 - Auquier mentions a case in which he was called to a young man of twenty who had been suffering for three hours from violent epistaxis. The patient had been subject to such attacks from infancy. M. Auquier tried in vain to stop the bleeding by means of cold water, plugging the nares, mustard plasters, &c.
Page 30 - If he says anything about politics, "he had better let it alone ; " if he don't say anything about it, "we like to see a man show his colors." If he does not come immediately when sent for, " he takes things too easy ; " if he sends in his bill, " he is in a terrible hurry for his money.
Page 78 - As to water, see that it is pure as possible. If from a cistern, that it is well-built and frequently cleaned. If from a well that it is walled up with brick or stone, laid in cement, and is so situated that it gets no surface or soil-water contamination; that it has no wooden curb to rot and furnish a common cause of the fever (aqua malaria).

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