Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 56

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Page 345 - Half-grown as yet, a child, and vain — She cannot fight the fear of death. What is she, cut from love and faith, But some wild Pallas from the brain Of Demons ? fiery-hot...
Page 341 - Let knowledge grow from more to more, But more of reverence in us dwell: That mind and soul, according well, May make one music as before. But vaster.
Page 345 - A higher hand must make her mild. If all be not in vain ; and guide Her footsteps, moving side by side With wisdom, like the younger child : For she is earthly of the mind, But Wisdom heavenly of the soul.
Page 418 - It is hoped, with the hearty cooperation of all physicians living not only in North but also in South and Central America, that the work in this section will be memorable; and each physician living on this continent is requested to join this most important section, and to prepare a contribution to be read before that body. It is especially requested that those intending to join this Section or to read papers shall at once send their names, with titles of papers, to the secretary, Dr. Judson Daland,...
Page 511 - A Text-Book of Practical Therapeutics, with Especial Reference to the Application of Remedial Measures to Disease and their Employment upon a Rational Basis. By Hobart Amory Hare, MD...
Page 404 - The classification of facts and the formation of absolute judgments upon the basis of this classification — judgments independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science. The scientific man has above all things to strive at self-elimination in his judgments, to provide an argument which is as true for each individual mind as for his own. The classification of facts...
Page 96 - ESSAYS ON THE ACTION OF ALCOHOL AND ITS VALUE IN DISEASE. — The American Medical Temperance Association, through the kindness of JH Kellogg, MD, of Battle Creek, Mich., offers the following prizes : 1st. One hundred dollars for the best essay "On the Physical Action of Alcohol, Based on Original Research and Experiment.
Page 507 - Quinia is a poison to the minute organism — sarcina ; and antikamnia exerts a soothing, quieting effect on the nerve filaments. A full dose of antikamnia and quinia will often arrest a commencing pneumonia or pleuritis.
Page 254 - ... it, and that we cannot make use of a more natural food. And thou, kind parent Nature, who actest so lovingly by thy aged offspring, in order to prolong his days, hast contrived matters so in his favor, that he can live upon very little ; and, in order to add to the favor, and...
Page 508 - Indeed, for the hemicrania and neuralgias of malarial origin, the combination of quinine and antikamnia, just alluded to, may be declared a specific. The dose of quinine may be made smaller than usual when administered with antikamnia. Thus, one or two tablets of two and a half grains each of quinine and antikamnia will prove sufficient for great utility in puerperal mania, in the headaches of advanced age, accompanied with vertigo and despondency. This combination is capable, by the combined influence...

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