Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 31

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J. W. Keating., 1909 - Medicine

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Page 191 - Professor of Materia Medica, Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine, and Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Skin...
Page 41 - Washington during the latter part of September and the first part of October, attracting, as it did, the attention of men and women in every State in the Union.
Page 384 - 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Page 382 - All acts and parts of acts contrary to or inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.
Page 379 - Health, accompanied by a blank giving name, nativity, age, sex, color, occupation, place where last employed if known, and address of the person whose sputum it is. It shall be the duty of said health officer promptly to make a report of the results of such examination, free of charge, to the physician or person upon whose application the same is made.
Page 144 - 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 576 - Professor of Phthisio-therapy at the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital ; Associate Director of the Clinic for Pulmonary Diseases of the Health Department ; Attending Physician to the Riverside Sanatorium for Consumptives of the City of New York, etc.
Page 329 - AM. and carry its sessions through Wednesday, and, if necessary, through Thursday and Friday. The object of the meeting is, First, to establish an American Association of Clinical Research; Secondly, to establish clinical research on an incontrovertible scientific basis in hospitals; and Thirdly, to institute an American Journal of Clinical Research...
Page 313 - ... early diagnosis; an early diagnosis implies correct treatment, and correct treatment implies the prevention of a stricture. When cicatricial rectal stricture is diagnosed, surgical intervention is indicated. In cases where there is no danger of infection, excision should be the choice of all the surgical measures at our command. If successful, its results are ideal, because of the fact that it effects a cure by the complete removal of the stricture. In cases where it is not safe to practice the...

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