St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 40,Nummer 4


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Pagina 498 - I can well believe, for he look'd so coarse and so red, I could think he was one of those who would break their jests on the dead, And mangle the living dog that had loved him and fawn'd at his knee — Drench'd with the hellish oorali — that ever such things should be...
Pagina 372 - CyHjg and €7^4, respectively, and the offensive and irritating properties of the crude oil have been carefully removed. In the process of purification, no acids, alkalies, or other chemicals are employed, and no injurious additions of any kind are made to the natural product. The result is a semi-solid, translucent substance, with a faint odor, and unctuous feel.
Pagina 377 - Iron and astringency of the Calisaya are overcome, without any injury to their active tonic principles, and blended into a beautiful amber-colored cordial, delicious to the taste and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. This preparation is made directly from the ROYAL CALISAYA BARK, not from ITS ALKALOIDS OR THEIR SALTS-being unlike other preparations called " Elixir of Calisaya and Iron...
Pagina 499 - MEDICUS will record the titles of all new publications in Medicine, Surgery, and the collateral branches, received during the preceeding month. These will be classed under subject headings, and will be followed by the titles of valuable original articles upon the same subject, found during the like period, in medical journals and transactions of medical societies. The periodicals thus indexed will comprise all current medical journals and transactions of value, so far as they can be obtained.
Pagina 375 - Its preparation the temperfltnre does not exceed 180 deg. Fahr., thereby retaining all the nutritive and digestive agents unimpaired. Extracts of Malt are made from Barley alone, by the German process, which directs that the mash be heated to 212 deg.
Pagina 496 - A TEXT-BOOK OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY; Designed for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine. Illustrated by plates, and 313 wood engravings, large 8vo, 28s.
Pagina 377 - This oil is manufactured by us on the sea-shore, with the greatest care, from fresh, healthy Livers of the Cod only, without the aid of any chemicals, by the simplest possible process and lowest temperature by which the Oil can be separated from the cells of the Livers. It is nearly devoid of color, odor, and flavor — having a bland, fish-like, and to most persons, not unpleasant taste.
Pagina 377 - ... become fond of it. The secret of making good Cod-Liver Oil lies in the proper application of the proper degree of heat; too much or too little will seriously injure the quality. Great attention to cleanliness is absolutely necessary to produce sweet Cod- Liver Oil,.
Pagina 481 - Army, for meritorious services during the war. While surgeon of the 27th Massachusetts Volunteers he served in Virginia, North and South Carolina, and was on special duty in charge of the hospital steamer " Cosmopolitan " in the department of the South. Assigned to duty in this office July 22, 1864, he was curator of the Army Medical Museum, and in charge of the division of surgical records until his death. He was editor of the Richmond Medical Journal for three years...
Pagina 461 - ... mechanism as that which produces the similar changes which have been found in some other infectious diseases. In the nephritis which sometimes occurs in typhoid fever, for instance, there is a similar granular infiltration of the epithelial cells and a similar obstruction of the lumen of the tubules by diffused material or globular masses. These alterations have lately been ascribed by Bouchard to the infiltration of the kidney by bacteria. In a case of malignant diphtheria in which the urine...

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