The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 112

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Cupples, Upham & Company, 1885

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Page 200 - physic or surgery shall be compelled to disclose any information which he may have acquired in attending any patient in a professional character, and which information was necessary to enable him to prescribe for such patient as a physician or to do any act for him as a surgeon.
Page 163 - The Preventable Causes of Disease, Injury, and Death in American Manufactories and Workshops, and the Best Means and Appliances for Preventing and Avoiding them " first prize, $500 ; second prize, 8200. All essays written for the above prizes must be in the hands of the Secretary, Dr. Irving A. Watson, Concord, NH, on or before
Page 391 - whatever, and again there are many where the tibia and fibula are sharply curved at the junction of the middle with the lower third of the leg. In the former, nature, according to my observation, corrects the deformity so thoroughly that
Page 68 - To see him shine so brisk and smell so sweet, And talk so like a waiting-gentlewoman Of guns and drums and wounds
Page 120 - A Manual of Organic Materia Medica : being a Guide to Materia Medica of the Vegetable and Animal Kingdoms. For the use of Students, Druggists. Pharmacists, and Physicians. By John M. Maisch,
Page 68 - saltpetre should be digged Out of the bowels of the harmless earth, Which many a good tall fellow had destroyed
Page 139 - in the Treasury Department, charged with the execution of all laws passed by Congress relating to quarantine and the public health, and with the framing and execution of sanitary regulations.
Page 330 - The supreme judicial or superior court, in term time or vacation, upon the application of the mayor of a city, or the selectmen of a town interested, may grant an injunction against any violation of the provisions of section ninety-six of chapter eighty of the Public
Page 420 - life. (3) The removal of portions of the cranium by the trephine or other cutting instruments is, if properly done, attended with but little more risk to life than amputation of a finger through the metacarpal bone. (4) In the majority of cranial fractures the inner table is more extensively shattered and splintered than the outer table.
Page 272 - of one hour. (2) Chlorine, when used in sufficient concentration to act as a trustworthy disinfectant, injures colored fabrics and wearing apparel. (3) Bromine is an efficient disinfectant in the proportion of 1 part in 500 ; provided the air be in a moist state, and the exposure continues for

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