The Kansas City Medical Index-lancet, Volume 8, Issues 10-11

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Page 406 - The CARNEGIE LABORATORY is open during the collegiate year, for instruction in microscopical examinations of urine, practical demonstrations in medical and surgical pathology, and lessons in normal histology and in pathology, including bacteriology. For the annual Circular and Catalogue, giving requirements for graduation and other information, address Prof.
Page 428 - THE NATIONAL DISPENSATORY: Containing the Natural History, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Actions and Uses of Medicines, including those recognized in the latest Pharmacopoeias of the United States, Great Britain and Germany, with numerous references to the French Codex.
Page 397 - DOSE. — For an adult, one tablespoonful three times a day, after eating; from seven to twelve years of age, one dessertspoonful; from two to seven, one teaspoonful; for infants, from five to twenty drops, according to age. Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of TB...
Page 424 - A heaping teaspoonful in half a glass of water, to be repeated once after an interval of thirty minutes, if necessary.
Page 424 - I use this pill for nervous and hysterical women who need building up." This pill is used with advantage in neurasthenic conditions in conjunction with Warner & Co.'s Bromo Soda, one or two pills taken three times a day.
Page 406 - SESSION consists of recitations, clinical lectures and exercises, and didactic lectures on special subjects- This Session begins about the middle of March and continues until the middle of June. During this Session, daily recitations in all the departments are held by a corps of Examiners appointed by the Faculty. The...
Page 424 - The above combination which we have successfully and scientifically put in pill form, produces when taken into the stomach, Carbonate of the Protoxide of Iron (Ferrous Carbonate), in a quickly assimilable condition. This Pill contributed to make the reputation of Niemeyer, and the following language, which speaks without comment, is taken from his TEXT HOOK ON THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Page 429 - A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Hair and Scalp. By George Thomas Jackson, MD, Instructor in Dermatology in the New York Polyclinic, Assistant Visiting Physician to the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital, member of the New York Dermatological Society, etc.
Page 397 - The special indication of this combination of phosphates in spinal affections, caries, necrosis, ununited fractures, marasmus, poorly developed children, retarded dentition, alcohol, opium, tobacco habits, gestation and lactation to promote development, etc.. and as a PHYSIOLOGICAL RESTORATIVE in sexual debility, and all used-up conditions of the nervous system, should receive the careful attention of good therapeutists.
Page 419 - The chronological completion of the secondary stage does not always mark the definite disappearance of the virulent principle ; clinical experience shows that late lesions are exceptionally, but none the less certainly, the source of contagion. 4.

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