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Page 143 - TWENTIETH CENTURY PRACTICE. An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical Science. By Leading Authorities of Europe and America. Edited by THOMAS L. STEDMAN, MD, New York City. In twenty volumes. Volume I — Diseases of the Uropoietic System.
Page 577 - Antikamnia is an American preparation that has come into extensive use as an analgetic and antipyretic. It is a white, crystalline, odorless powder, having a slightly aromatic taste, soluble in hot water, almost insoluble in cold water, but more fully soluble in alcohol. ****** "As an antipyretic it acts rather more slowly than antipyrine or acetanilide, but efficiently, and it has the advantage of being free, or almost free from any depressing effect on the heart. Some observers even think that...
Page 575 - BLOOD CORPUSCLES filling the field, in all their integrity, fullness, and energy, ready for direct transfusion into the system by any and every mode of access known to medical and surgical practice; alimentary, rectal, hypodermical, or topical. In short, it is now an established fact, that if Nature fails to make good blood, we can introduce it. Nothing of disease, so Micro-photographed far' has seemed to stand before it.
Page 78 - ... escape of a large proportion of the contents of the bowel, operative procedure for the closure of the opening should be speedily undertaken. The histories of three cases, successfully treated by surgical measures were cited. In two instances the patients were inmates of the Hartford (Connecticut) Hospital, and were operated upon by Dr. Wiggin, by reason of an invitation which was extended to him by the medical board of that institution, after several previous unsuccessful efforts to close the...