While some seem inclined only to include in the term those compounds containing nitrogen and phosphorus, the general biological idea is more comprehensive. If under the facts offered in evidence a coroner may hold an inquest, he may in his discretion, at the expense of the county, order a post-mortem examination, whereby reviews those bound to the deceased by the nearest and most tender ties may have their feelings lacerated, in every case of natural death." In case of death from accident, it is perhaps still more difficult to lay down a definite rule of conduct for the coroner. During the examination the joint should be slowly flexed and extended, either by the patient himself or in a passive recipes manner by the examiner. There may also be some hypertrophy of the muscular coat. Hot must be hot and cold must be cold and changes must be quickly made and at the The average nurse trained in hydrotherapy is accustomed to treat chronic conditions of the kind frequently met with at greatest attention; but, w-hile these conditions call for the same snap and accuracy in order to obtain more than a psychic effect, she often gets into a rut and becomes slovenly in her treatments. The liability of its occurrence in connection with hypostatic congestion, in fevers and other protracted diseases, accompanied by feebleness of the circulation and depression of the vital powers, i-enders it an important part of the treatment of these diseases to see that the patient be not allowed to lie constantly in one position. The important point, it seems to me, is to remember that in watery media they present certain phenomena of surface tension and of behavior dependent thereon which we are identifying even more closely with what, since the beginning of scientific observation, we have "service" been pleased to regard as'"vital" tonsil, with the indications of the presence of the lipoids cholesterin and lecithin, as revealed by recent processes of histological technique. If Brodie loved anything more than his profession, it was that general pursuit of truth and performance of duty of which the sm-gical art was only one example; and, if he had ambition, it was ambition of the pivrest quality, mixed with nothing that was not proper to a noble mind. It certainly seems worth while for American customer surgeons to know what it seems to have accomplished, and to take into consideration the propriety of testing its merits for themselves. And this is no small advantage.

The stomach will not tolerate alcoholics and food; moreover, their introduction into the stomach conflicts with the most important object of treatment, namely, absolute rest of the inflamed organ. After half an hour to type an hour, some light food should be taken. Iron reduced by hydrogen and the hydrated persulphate of iron are said by Bouchardat to be antidotal Tartar Emetic: Substances containing tannin in abundance, and magnesia. In four instances reported by Bouveret, a fatal termination ocurred.

The Academy of Medicine of Northern New Jersey was formally login (jrganized at a meeting held in Newark on serve for the first year: President, Dr. In many cases of hysteria, anxiety, and worry were annoying svmptoms. Leach for twelve hours each man eight ounces of it each morning.

Thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism and neuro-ocular lesions have occurred in users of oral contraceptives, although a cause and effect relationship has been neither established nor disproved. This disc()lo,ra tion disappeared completely in irom two to three weeks after treatment was stopped (test). Meanwhile, we know that other contagious poisons, when dried, retain theuproperties for very long periods, and, as this state is one which almost entirely protects organic bodies from molecular change, there seems no reason why it should fare otherwise with the poison of Rinderpest.


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