The Saint Louis Medical Reporter, Volume 2

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P.M. Pinckard, 1868

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Page 138 - And the Lord said furthermore unto him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom ; and he put his hand into his bosom : and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprous as snow.
Page 659 - ... when they are administered by the other methods, and on the other hand, certain unpleasant symptoms which are apt to follow the introduction of the drugs by the mouth and rectum, are not usually experienced when such drugs are injected under the skin. 4. That as a general rule, to which, however, there may be exceptions, clear neutral solutions of drugs introduced subcutaneously are more rapidly absorbed and more intense in their effects than when introduced by the rectum or the mouth.
Page 308 - The points to be aimed at are — first, and immediately, the restoration of breathing; and secondly, after breathing is restored, the promotion of warmth and circulation.
Page 666 - HAMMOND, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, etc.
Page 309 - Then turn down the patient's arms, and press them gently and firmly for two seconds against the sides of the chest.
Page 390 - R. crispus) is to be found in every river-bed, extending into the valleys of the mountain-rivers, until these become mere torrents. The sowthistle is spread all over the country, growing luxuriantly nearly up to 6,000 feet. The watercress increases in our still rivers to such an extent as to threaten to choke them altogether...
Page 389 - Polygonum (aviculare~), called cow-grass, grows most ' " luxuriantly, the roots sometimes two feet in depth, and the " plants spreading over an area from four to five feet in " diameter. The dock (Rumex obtusifolius or R.
Page 217 - ... conveying any notice, hint, or reference, to any person, or to the name of any person, real or fictitious, from whom, or to any place, house, shop, or office, where any poison, drug, mixture, preparation, medicine, or noxious thing, or any instrument or means whatever, or any advice, direction, information, or knowledge, may be obtained for the purpose of...
Page 119 - Neither have I seen any instance in which hysteria, epilepsy, or insanity in women after puberty was due to masturbation, as its efficient...
Page 217 - Whoever advertises, prints, publishes, distributes or circulates, or causes to be advertised, printed, published, distributed or circulated any pamphlet, printed paper, book, newspaper, notice, advertisement or reference, containing words or language giving or conveying any notice, hint or reference to any person, or to the name of any person, real or fictitious, from whom, or to any place, house, shop or office where any poison, drug, mixture, preparation, medicine, or noxious thing, or any instrument...

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