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BELLEVUE HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE.
CITY OF NEW YORK.
SESSIONS OF 1890-91.
The REGULAR SE SION begins on Wednesday, September 24, 1890, and ends about the middle of March, 1891. During this Session, in addition to the regular didactic lectures, two or three hours are daily allotted to clinical instruction. Attendance upon at least two regulacourses of lectures is required for graduation.
The SPRING SESSION consists of recitations, clinical lectures and exercises, and didactic lectures on special subjects. This Session begins about the middle of March and continues until the middle of June. During this Session daily recitations in all the departments are held by a corps of Examiners appointed by the Faculty.
The CARNEGIE LABORATORY is open during the collegiate year, for instructions in microscopical examinations of urine, practical demonstrations in medical and surgical pathology, and lessons in normal histology and pathology, including bacteriology.
For the annual Circular and Catalogue, giving requirements for graduation and other information, address Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Secretary, Bellevue Hospital Medical College, foot of East 26th Street, New York City.
WHEELER'S TISSUE PHOSPHATES.
Bone-Calcium Phosphates Ca3-2 P. 0.4. Sodium Phosphate Na2 H. P. O.4. Ferrous Phos phate Fe3-2 P. 0.4. Trihydrogen Phosphate H. P. 0.4.
WHEELER'S COMPOUND ELIXIR OF PHOSPHATES AND CALISAYA. A Nerve Food and Nutritive Tonic, for the treatment of Consumption, Bronchitis, Scrofula and all forms of Nervous Debility.
The Lactophosphates prepared from the formula of Prof. Dusart, of the University of Paris, combines with a superior Pemartin Sherry Wine and Aromatics in an agreeable cordial easily assimilable andacceptable to the most irritable stomachs.
Medium medicinal doses of Phosphorus, the oxidizing element of the Nerve Centers for the Generation of Nerve Force; Lime Phosphate, an agent of Cell Development and Nutrition; Soda Phosphate, an excitant of functional activity of Liver and Pancreas, and Corrective of Acid Fermentation in the Alimentary Canal; Iron, the Oxidizing Constituent of the Blood for the gen. eration of Heat and Motion; Phosphoric Acid, Tonic in Sexual Debility; Alkaloids of Calisaya, Anti-Malarial and Febrifuge; Extract of Wild Cherry, uniting with tonic power the property of calming Irritation and diminishing Nervous Excitement.
THE SUPERIORITY OF THE ELIXIR consists in uniting with the Phosphates the special properties of the Cinchona and Prunus, of subduing fever and allaying Irritation of the Mucous Membrane of the Alimentary Canal, which adapts it to the successful treatment of Stomach Derangements and all diseases of faulty nutrition, the outcome of Indigestion, Malassimilation of Food, and failure of supply of these essential elements of Nerve Force and Tissue Repair.
The special indication of this combination of Phosphates in Spinal Affections Caries, Necrosis, Ununited Fractures, Marasmus, Poorly Developed Children, Retarded Dentition, Alcohol, Opium and Tobacco Habits, Gestation and Lactation to promote Development, etc., and as i physiological restorative in Sexual Debility and all used-up conditions of the Nervous System should receive the eareful attention of good therapeutists.
There is no strychnia in this preparation, but when indicated, the Liquor Strychnia of the U. S. Dispensatory may be added, each fluid drachm of the solution to a Pound of the Elixir making the 64th of a grain to a half fluid ounce, an ordinary dose, a combination of a wide range of usefulness.
DOSE. For an adult, one tablespoonful three times a day, after eating; from seven to twelve years of age, one desertspoonful; from two to seven, one taspoonful; for ienfants, from five to twenty drops, according to age,
Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of T. B. WHEELER, M.D. Montreal, D. C
Put up in pound bottles and sold by all Druggists at One Dollar.
We are confident that we have reached the Highest Degree of Perfection in solving the INFANT FOOD PROBLEM.
A Prepared Human Milk perfectly Sterilized and especially designed for Children from birth to six or eight months of age.
Made wholly from cow's milk with the exception that the fat of the milk is partially replaced by cocoa butter. Cocoa butter is identical with milk fat in food value and digestibility, being deficient only in the principle which causes rancidity. The milk in Lacto-Preparata is treated with Extract of Pancreaat a temperature of 105 degrees, a sufficient length of time to render twentys five per cent. of the casein soluble. and partially prepare the fat for assimilation. In this process the remaining portion of the casein not peptonized, is acted upon by the pancreatic ferment in such a manner as to destroy its tough, tenacious character, so that it will coagulate in light and flocculent curds, like the casein in human milk.
Lacto-Preparata is not designed to replace our SOLUBLE FOOD but it is better adapted for Infants up to eight months of age.
Carnrick's Soluble Food
ls the Nearest Approach to Human Milk that has thus far been produced, with the exception of Lacto-Preparata.
During the past season a large number of Physicians and eminent Chemists visited our Laboratory at Goshen, N. Y., and witnessed every detail connected with the production of Carnrick's Soluble Food. This invitation to witness our process is continuously open to Physicians and Chemists. All expenses from New York to Goshen and return will be paid by us. The care used in gathering the milk, its sterilization, and the cleanliness exercised in every step, cannot be excelled. Soluble Food has been improved by increasing the quantity of milk sugar and partially replacing the milk fat with cocoa butter.
A Positive Solvent for Diphtherietic Membrane.
It is with great pleasure that we present to the Medical Profession this new and valuable combination. In over one hundred cases in the practice, and under the personal supervision of one of the most eminent and successful practitioners, in which he tested it, the membrane was dissolved in every instance, save one. This failure was not due to the want of efficacy of the preparation, but to the inability of the little patient's parents to enforce the use of it. Its action is rapid; in the majority of cases cleaning the tonsils and fauces within twenty-four hours, and in only one case of the hundred did it take forty-eight hours to accomplish its entire removal. In a case of relapse with most frightful extension of the meu.brane all over the whole vault of the mouth, fauces, tonsils and larynx, accompanied with the greatest prostration, the membrane was entirely removed in forty-iht hours.
Ils medical properties are antiseptic, resolvent, astringent, disinfectant and powerfully solvent. It is entirely non-poisonous and will not injure the most delicate tissues of the youngest child. It contains: Pure oxide of calcium; flores sulphuris loti thoroughly washed and purified; benzo boracic acid, chemically pure; oleum eucalyptus globulus; oleum gaultheria; extractum pancreaticus, entirely free from fat.
At a glance we see that Sulpho-Calcine contains, in intimate and chemical combination, all the ingredients which have proven to be of material benefit through past experience, in dissolving the membrane of Diptheria.
Sulpho Calcine is use either in the form of a gargler spray. If as a gargle, it may be used pure or, which is just as we 1, diluted one-half with water. But if used as a spray, it must be in the concentrated form. This also applies when used with either the swab or the camel's hair brush. If any of the medicine is swallowed, no harm wil ensue, but on the contrary is will help to relieve the constitional symptoms, by its antiseptic action, as will be readily understood by a study of its component parts.
Samples of any of our preparations sent to Physicians gratuitously for trial.
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PREPARATIONS OF HIGHEST STANDARD OF EX-
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
NUTRITIVE, TONIC, ALTERATIVE.
Each fluid ounce contains:
DOSE: One to four fluidrachms.
EING composed in part of ingredients of the original "CHURCHILL'S
SYR. HYPOPHOSPHITES," and containing the excellent CONSTRUCTIVE, TONICS and STIMULANTS, Iron, Quinine, Strychnine, Manganese, this combination is recognized by Physicians as an excellent remedy in PULMONARY WEAKNESS,
GENERAL DEBILITY, ETC.
The various salts are in COMPLETE and PERMANENT solution. ACCURATE UNIFORMITY is secured by the utmost care in compounding this preparation. We ask attention to the following statements:
LOUISVILLE, KY., March 29, 1886. Messrs. R. A. Robinson & Co. - Gentlemen: I have been prescribing the Syrup of Hypophosphites and Wine of oca prepared by your firm, with uniformly good results. Both are elegant preparations. As a stimulant in c s s of Exhaustion from whatever cause arising and as an antidote to the evil effects of Opium, your Wine of Coca has proven most serviceables Your Syrup of Hypophosphates presents a combination of constructive tonics and alteratives. massed together in palatable form, and in a bea tiful solution, indicative of unsurpassed Pharmaceutical Art. I have used the latter in the debility of the old and the young, with nursing mothers and with those of strumous and tubercular tendencies, with most gratifying effects. Yours very respectfully, (Signed) COLEMAN ROGERS, M. D. LOUISVILLE, KY.,Aprill, 1886.
Messrs. R. A. Robinson & Co.-Gentlemen: For a nu ber of mo ths I have been prescribing your Syrup of Hypophosphites, and have also been empfoying your "Wine of Coc" since it was placed before the profession. In my prescriptions I have specified "R. A. Robinson & Co." because of my confidence in th integrity of the manufacturers After having observed the effects of the above preparation on a 1rge number of patients, I am convinced that no similar mixtures, now upon the market, are so elegant and i alatable, and at the same time so invariable and accurate in composi ion. Respectfully your obedient servant, JAMES M. HOLLOWAY, M. D., No. 728 4th Ave. DR. CHAS. DENISON, Denver, Colorado, savs: "Your Hypophosphites has few equals." Please Specify ROBINSON'S.
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Robinson's Elixir Paraldehyd,
DOCTOR, thousands of Infants die from Artificial Feeding who would live and thrive if their Mothers were enabled to yield good milk copiously by using Nutrolactis, the Galactagogue.
FORMULA. Galega officinalis, Galega apolinea, Galega Tephrosei.
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