New York Medical Journal, Volume 29

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Miller & Matthews, 1879

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Page 560 - AND COLLATERAL INFORMATION IN THE ARTS, MANUFACTURES, PROFESSIONS, AND TRADES, INCLUDING MEDICINE, PHARMACY, AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY ; designed as a General Book of Reference for the Manufacturer, Tradesman, Amateur, and Heads of Families.
Page 418 - The National Dispensatory. Containing the Natural History, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Actions and Uses of Medicines, including those recognized in the Pharmacopoeias of the United States, Great Britain and Germany, with numerous references to the French Codex.
Page 336 - ... such as any physician may use in conversation with an intelligent patient ; it is therefore as free as such a work can be made from scientific technicalities. " It is offered as a contribution to a great cause, and the writer trusts that it will have some influence in promoting the health, happiness, and welfare of all who may honor it with a careful perusal. The principles advocated have been, to a great extent, put in practice in the personal experience of the writer in various parts of the...
Page 559 - ... and wasting process of fevers and other acute diseases, and to rebuild and recruit the tissues and forces, whether lost in the destructive march of such affections, or induced by overwork, general debility, or the more tedious forms of chronic disease. It is friendly and helpful to the most delicate .ston1ach, and where there is a fair remnant to build on, will reconstruct the most shattered and enfeebled constitution.
Page 336 - Translated from the Fourth German edition with the special permission of the Author, and revised from the Eighth German edition, by CE HACKLEY, AM, MD Copiously illustrated, 8vo, i8s.
Page 661 - February 1, 1882 ; each essay to be marked by a distinctive device or motto, and accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same device or motto, and containing the author's visiting card.
Page 224 - The Uterine Support is a cup and stem made of highly polished hard rubber, very light and durable, shaped to fit the neck of the womb, with openings for the secretions to pass out, as shown by Uu out*.
Page 217 - On the Influence of Mechanical and Physiological Rest in the Treatment of Accidents and Surgical Diseases, and the Diagnostic Value of Pain.
Page 217 - ON DISEASES OF THE ABDOMEN, comprising those of the Stomach and other Parts of the Alimentary Canal, (Esophagus, Stomach, Caecum, Intestines, and Peritoneum.
Page 448 - The Physician, after applying it, need have no fear that he will be called in haste to remove or readjust it (as is often the case with rings and various pessaries held in position by pressure against the vaginal wall), as the patient can remove it at will, and replace it without assistance. It can be worn at all times, will not interfere with nature's necessities, will not corrode, and is lighter than metal.

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