The American Medical Journal, Volume 15

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Southeastern Book and Publishing Company, 1889 - Medicine

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Page 315 - YE who listen with credulity to the whispers of fancy, and pursue with eagerness the phantoms of hope; who expect that age will perform the promises of youth, and that the deficiencies of the present day will be supplied by the morrow ; attend to the history of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia.
Page 95 - Resume of the Action and Doses of all Officinal and Non-Officinal drugs now in common use, by C. Henri Leonard, AM, MD, Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women and Clinical Gynaecology in the Detroit College of Medicine; Member of the American Medical Association, etc., etc.
Page 143 - Bulletin Visiting List, or Physicians' Call Record. Arranged upon an Original and Convenient Monthly and Weekly Plan for the Daily Recording of Professional Visits.
Page 82 - ... of pepsin of feeble or no digestive power heretofore at the disposal of physicians, the results obtained have been in some cases discouraging. As to the value of pepsin, however, in these affections when of proper purity and strength there can be no question. We believe that the recent improvements in pepsin, securing greater purity, strength and permanence (we allude to the pepsin purum in lamellis of Parke, Davis & Co., which is the nearest approach that has yet been made to pure pepsin, and...
Page 518 - MD, Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology in the St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons; Consulting Dermatologist to the St. Louis City Hospital ; Physician for Cutaneous Diseases to the Alcxirm Brothers' Hospital, etc., etc. Each volume 12mo, Cloth. To be issued in the Physicians' and Students
Page 455 - ... of this being given every hour during the day and every two hours during the night. He writes that under the influence of this remedy the temperature is rapidly reduced, in certain cases even at the end of forty-eight hours, the temperature falling four degrees.
Page 188 - That every person practicing medicine, in any of its departments, shall possess the qualifications required by this act. If a graduate in medicine he shall present his diploma to the STATE BOARD OF HEALTH * * * for verification as to its genuineness.
Page 127 - Sweats. —Few practitioners appreciate the exceedingly great value of agaricin as a remedy in night sweats, especially those of phthisis. The most profuse sweat is checked almost by magic, with a single dose. It operates by diminishing thirst and increasing the secretions of urine.
Page 465 - Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear in the New York Postgraduate Medical School; formerly President of the New York Academy of Medicine, Etc., and A. EDWARD DAVIS, AM, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye in the New York Postgraduate Medical School; Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine.

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