Therapeutic Gazette

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G. S. Davis, 1890 - Drugs

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Page 422 - Edited by Louis Starr, MD., Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia.
Page 357 - Each essay must be distinguished by a motto, and accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto, and containing the name and address of the writer.
Page 183 - ... ought not to be used, as, being made to fit the face, it must tend to produce a certain amount of asphyxia. Moreover, it is apt to take up part of the attention which is required elsewhere. In short, no matter how it is made, it introduces an element of danger into the administration. A convenient form of inhaler is an open cone or cap with a little absorbent cotton inside at the apex.
Page 353 - The editorial committee shall decide whether — and to what extent — these written contributions shall be included in the printed transactions of the congress. The members who have taken part in the discussions will be requested to hand over to the secretaries, before the end of the day, in writing, the substance of their remarks.
Page 428 - ... a vivid impression of seeing or being touched by a living being or inanimate object, or of hearing a voice, which impression, so far as you could discover, was not due to any external physical cause?
Page 139 - Congress will be opened on the 4th and closed on the 9th day of August, 1890. " Detailed information as to the order of proceedings will be issued after the meeting of the delegates of the German Medical Faculties and Medical Societies at Heidelberg on the 1 7th of September in the current year.
Page 357 - ... purpose, and the essay or paper be considered by them worthy of publication. If published, the distribution of said essay shall be entirely under the control of said Trustees. In case they do not publish the said essay or paper, it shall be the property of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia." The prize is open for competition to the whole world, but the essay must be the production of a single person. The essay, which must be written in the English language, or if in a foreign language,...
Page 428 - ... hallucinations (visions or other " warnings " of the death, etc., of people at a distance) which are so frequently reported, are accidental coincidences or something more. Some 8,000 or more persons in England, France and the United States have already returned answers to the question which...
Page 428 - Research," and of which the International Congress of Experimental Psychology at Paris, last summer, assumed the future responsibility, naming a committee in each country to carry on the work. The object of the inquiry is twofold...
Page 182 - To insure absolute freedom of respiration, tight clothing of every kind, either on the neck, chest, or abdomen, is to be strictly avoided ; and no assistants or bystanders should be allowed to exert pressure on any part of the patient's thorax or abdomen, even though the patient be struggling violently. If struggling does occur, it is always possible to. hold the patient down by pressure on the shoulders, pelvis, or legs without doing anything which can by any possibility interfere with the free...

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