St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 36

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Halaman 68 - There you are mistaken: a man who is good for anything ought not to calculate the chance of living or dying; he ought only to consider whether in doing anything he is doing right or wrong— acting the part of a good man or of a bad.
Halaman xix - 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 lo most persons, not unpleasant taste.
Halaman 500 - Chemistry, General, Medical and Pharmaceutical; Including the Chemistry of the US Pharmacopoeia. A Manual of the General Principles of the Science, and their Application to Medicine and Pharmacy. By JOHN ATTFIELD, MA, Ph.
Halaman xix - Prof. PARKER, of New York, says : "I have tried almost every other manufacturer's Oil, and give yours the decided preference." Prof. HAYS, State Assayer of Massachusetts, after a full analysis of it, says : " rt is the best for foreign or domestic use.
Halaman 251 - By EDWARD ELLIS, MD, late Senior Physician to the Victoria Hospital for Sick Children. With a Formulary.
Halaman 157 - INDEX MEDICUS.— A Monthly Classified Record of the Current Medical Literature of the World.
Halaman 269 - in whom it is difficult to find any trace of hallucination, but there are none in whom the passions and moral affections are not perverted and destroyed. I have in this particular met with no exception.
Halaman 330 - WHEREAS, All the efforts to bring about such a change on the part of the American Medical Association, of the Association of Medical Teachers assembled at Cincinnati in 1867 and at Washington in 1869, and of different State medical societies, have signally failed; and " WHEREAS, The present time seems to be peculiarly favorable for taking strong ground upon the subject, inasmuch as it is now attracting general attention throughout the United States : therefore " Resolved, That this Association respectfully...
Halaman 156 - I have entertained, — that hardly any weight is to be given to the evidence of what are called scientific witnesses. They come with such a bias on their minds to support the cause in which they are embarked, that hardly any weight should be given to their evidence.
Halaman 336 - Sedatives and tonics are the chief agents, among which the following deserve chief mention : Electricity in the methods of general faradization and central galvanization, arsenic in its different forms, as Fowler's solution, and chloro-phosphide, arsenite of strychnia, ergot, cannabis...

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