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الصفحة 39 - We need not enter into a full description of the history of the Erythroxylon Coca, as we believe that most medical men are fully acquainted with the principal facts concerning the plant. We may, however, recall to mind that the leaf is the only part of the plant used. Very much depends, therefore, upon the plucking of the leaf, and the time at which it is plucked ; the subsequent care of the leaf being matter of considerable importance, and affecting very materially the preparations made from it....
الصفحة 21 - Empty out some of the water, leaving the bottle half full; cork up the bottle and place it for a few hours in a warm place; shake up the water, remove the cork and critically smell the air contained in the bottle. If it has any smell, and especially if the odor is in the least repulsive, the water should be rejected for domestic use. By heating the water to boiling, an odor is evolved sometimes that otherwise does not appear.
الصفحة 228 - MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Clinical Medicine in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department of the University of Illinois, etc.
الصفحة 222 - Sommering making 12, (or the name containing the more letters has the larger number of pairs of nerves, and vice versa.) 9. The cortex of the cerebellum is divided into three layers of cells, (1) granular, (2) Purkinje's cells.
الصفحة 39 - JW, aged 38, a blacksmith, came under my care. His illness began in 1894 with the usual symptoms of gastritis. In January, 1895, he had become so much worse that he placed himself in the hands of one of our best physicians, under whose care he continued until November of the same year, when I was consulted. After hearing his history and the treatment given, I urged him to return to his physician, insisting that nothing more could be done.
الصفحة 103 - ... as rapidly as possible. The key-hole and spaces about the door should then be packed with cotton or cloth. 5. The room thus treated should remain closed at least ten hours.
الصفحة 62 - That it is not and cannot be diagnosed by the clinical symptoms as given by the various writers on diseases of the rectum.
الصفحة 39 - He was greatly emaciated, atonic, had inappetence, a severe agonizing pain in the stomach and intestines, at times so severe that he would sit on the edge of the bed and groan, oftentimes, yell. These attacks were always of a similar nature and occurred regularly. He was unable to take either solid or liquid food, even in small quantities without causing a return of the pain, a teaspoonful of milk being sufficient to produce it. His condition was pitiable. His cheeks were hollow, eyes congested,...
الصفحة 181 - Lawrie, that chloroform kills by paralyzing the respiratory centre, and reaches the following conclusions: 1. Chloroform produces a primary failure of the circulating mechanism and a secondary failure of the respiratory centre. The respiratory centre fails to act, not only because it is damaged by the drug, but because of the anemia of the spinal bulb produced by the fall of arterial tension.