As regards the anesthetic, there is no contraindication whatever to the use of the sitting position in the dental chair, or otherwise, but the surgeon may prefer to have the patient lying down for his personal convenience; this position is also more suitable for certain patients, such as young children. In some instances killed bacilli and the products of bacterial growth have been used with less success. As regards the dosage in this condition, all that can be said is that enough must be given administration must be continued for some time afterwards, and in such smaller doses as shall be sufficient to keep the pulse at about this rate. Such proportions, the phenomena are so varied, and knowledge so inaccurate, that a thorough analysis can not be undertaken in this place. After confinement the membrane which lines the cavity of the uterus is, as you know, shed, and a fresh mucous membrane is formed beneath it. Whether or not this theory is tenable on the present basis of bacteriological investigation is a matter of but small moment compared with the direct and practical applications of his methods of prevention and cure. E., the infection atrium, may at times be the lungs, the bacteria having been inhaled. THE PREPARATION OF ANTITOXIC Bacteriologist in charge of the Serum Department oj the Lister Institute. When I regained my feet the horse was running furiously up the rocky road, the boy lying on the wheel. The patient Her body had been removed before I could have an opportunity of making a post-mortem examination.

Of Wounds, the formation of pseudomembrane on the surface of wounds, but not necessarily due to diphtheric infection: review. By the distillation of camphor legit with iodin. ChemicaiNature Second tenet: What evidence have we that toxpf Union ofjox- ms an( j other antigenous substances enter into Antigens with chemical union with receptors in the cells of the immunized animal? It is probable that no observation speaks more strongly in favor of such union than a famous experiment of Wassermann's in which the central nervous system of guineapigs was ground up with tetanus toxin, the mixture allowed to stand for a short time and then injected into mice. Vigier refers to over two hundred observations made by Kassowitz, in the treatment of rachitis and scrofula;.and to cases of haemorrhages, muscular paralysis, progressive locomotor ataxia, neuralgias, neuroses, hysteria, glaucoma and zona, treated by such men as Delpech, Curie, Gueneau de Retinol-salol has been used in urinary diseases; retinol-creosote in bronchitis, phthisis, etc. These may be kept two weeks, with privilege of extension of loan in special cases. The woman on whom I operated last Friday in the ward class came very near dying on the table. No fewer than one-half of the cases of fibroid seen during the last two years were advised to have no Keith regrets no part of his past work so much as that in which he removed so many ovaries for small bleeding tumors.

Delirium is nearly always present, and in one case the hyperpyrexia resulted in convulsions. Everyone who has had much clinical experience has seen cases of Bright's disease in which, both in the condition of ursemic poisoning and in its absence, there have occurred transient monoplegias or hemiplegias as characteristic as those of brain syphilis. Number of things, chiefly traditional teachings, which he has himself, in his own experience, learned to unlearn.

The result in his second successful case, the necropsy of which is here reported, and that obtained in the case treated by Dr. He gave, as a direct cause, a serous effusion into the optic thalami and corpora striata. This form of arrhythmia is shown to occur in the dogs occasionally from peripheral irritation and it is probable that this gives rise to reflex inhibition of the vagus centre which, acting on an abnormal heart, causes auricular fibrillation. It is not the understanding that assimilation is at an end, however, when this union has occurred, for certain molecules of complex chemical nature and of great size must be split up into simpler substances before they can enter into the composition of protoplasm. It is used as an ointment base.


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