The American Medical Intelligencer, Volume 4

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Robley Dunglinson
A. Waldie, 1841 - Medicine

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Page 15 - Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be presented to the family of the deceased and published in the papers of the city.
Page 100 - In the beginning," he observes, (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332,) " as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it might be seen to run in different shades of light and dark streaks. When the malady was increased, it ran thin, and seemingly very black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular separation of its parts. In the third degree of the disease it came out as black as ink ;...
Page 11 - Agglutinins begin to appear in the blood serum about the end of the first, or the beginning of the second, week of the disease, with low titers of 1:20 to 1:40.
Page 43 - Three for one year, three for two years, and three for three years, and members shall be eligible for reappointment.
Page 43 - Superintendent, who shall be a skillful physician and surgeon, subject to removal or re-election no oftener than in periods of ten years, except by infidelity to the trust reposed in him, or for incompetency.
Page 117 - ... drugs, of which they know little, into a body, of which they know less...
Page 262 - We may further deduce, from the facts which have been detailed, that the spinal marrow, and not the cerebrum, is the special source of the power in the nerves of exciting muscular contraction, and of the irritability of the muscular fibre ; that the cerebrum is, on the contrary, the exhauster, through its acts of volition, of the muscular irritability.
Page 359 - But no form of strait-waistcoat, no hand-straps, no leg-locks, nor any contrivance confining the trunk or limbs, or any of the muscles, is now in use. The coercion chairs, about forty in number, have been altogether removed from the wards; no chair of this kind has been used for the purpose of restraint since the middle of August.
Page 306 - Whenever an unskillful practitioner in administering medicine or using the puncturing needle, proceeds contrary to the established forms, and thereby causes the death of a patient, the magistrate shall call in other practitioners to examine the medicine or the wound, and if it...

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