The instrument moves the tip of a needle or a pipette in three arcs at right angles to one another. Hydrochloric acid is now added to partially neutralize the alkaline solution and it is finally acidified by addition of acetic acid. I feel that I would be robbed of one of the most important adjuvants in the treatment of my cases both amongst infants and adults in wast ing diseases such as typhoid and other fevers, milk.

The incubation stage only lasted a few days. It requires discretion, judgment and prudence in manner and action, on the part of the apothecary, to so demean himself, as to avert suspicion from himself, and to avoid casting injurious reflections on the physician, when he sees, or thinks he sees, an error in a prescription, or is doubtful about the propriety of dispensing" five grains of morphia" in a single package, upon a prescription handed in by a little child or ignorant servant, perhaps, and we respectfully urge that the practitioners of medicine should give serious attention to these important suggestions.

Tate said he had a shop case of that character, where the little patient had reached the condition immediately preceding convulsions. The one patient had a generally contracted large child. She was soon up, and it erfahrung is to be hoped will live a better life.

Women may be induced to think that they would have suffered more without it. On one day, as much as four ounces of the oil was given in eight injections, with no ill effects following. The infectivity of the nasopharyngeal secretions, it surely follows that any dust on the floor of the sickroom with which these discharges maj come in contact is liable to become infected; from this, again, it follows that not merely terminal disinfection, but daily systematic disinfection throughout the course of the disease is clearly indicated as a precaution which should never be The view expressed in the report that scarlet fever"is transmitted by contact alone and that all apparent evidence to the contrary is based on lack of knowledge or a misapprehension of facts," will be accepted by few public health workers. Paper on this subject, in which he discussed its technique, method of anesthesia, and after-treatment, and reported paper on this subject in which he cited several anomalous Lenehan of Nashville contributed a paper with this title, were reported in detail, after which the author discussed the etiology, predisposing causes, and immediate causes. We learn that, if it were in our power to stop epidemics by any mode, as by the institution of rigid quarantine, without attending to this point, we might, by so doing, effect more harm than good; forasmuch as we should incur the liability of engendering other, more insidious, and perhaps more destructive maladies than those we attempt to ward off. We then heat it to redness, few erfahrungen drops of clean, strong alcohol and ignite. Each application should occupy about two minutes, and it should be repeated two or three times daily, according to the temperature of the patient.

The case was considered as lending support to the view according to which the lesions of the disease are entitled" Delusional Insanity of the Persecutory Type with paper entitled" Pseudosclerosis (Diffuse Sclerosis), with the Report of a Case with Necropsy." lie referred to a group of cases clinically presenting symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but anatomically exhibiting only induration of Triplegia." They referred to cases in which, in connection with hemiplegia attended with contractures, the opposite previously unaffected member becomes contractured, and after death intense thickening of the walls of the bloodvessels of the part, with obstruction of the lumen at times almost to the point of obliteration, is found in addition to the changes in the brain responsible for the primary paralysis.

A gastrostomy was performed; there was relaxation of the stricture after four months of absolute closure. You have seen, however, that two of our cases were not"progressive" beyond a certain point, and that after the ataxy had become well marked, in one of them extreme, and had continued for some time, they began slowly to ameliorate, until one of these patients left the hospital considerably improved, while the other completely recovered. " The pigmentation w r as present, but the spots were modified in form, smaller and more rounded, as if the larger masses had been broken up into smaller ones.

Tapping may be of great value in some cases of meningitis, may save a life occasionally by relieving pressure, but is no more curative in meningitis than the tapping of the pleura in rheumatic pleurisy. It is supported upon facts of experimental physiology. Sometimes the nucleus is lobed; but we are inclined to regard this appearance as being largely due to the stresses to which the nucleus is subjected when the cell is dying.

Their views on the matter have principally been the consequence of the different aspects under which the reaction has been studied, and the results obtained have not always been identical. Alfred Reginald Allen of Philadelphia said that in the past year Dr.


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