The consciences of many have been perverted by this means, especially when this literature has been reinforced by men and women who shame.

Although dosage adjustments in moderate to severe renal impairment are usually not required, careful clinical observation and laboratory studies should with caution in individuals with a history of gastrointestinal disease, particularly colitis.

Finally as regards sexual intercourse, most races and especially also the religions of the Semitic nations consider a woman during the lochial discharge just as unclean as when she is menstruating, and conjugal connection at that time is therefore prohibited; on the other hand the Catholic Church (Alphonse of Liguori) permits it. Sicherer Schutz gegen Trichinen- und Finnen-Anstecliung, sowie erprobte Rathschliige eine geschwiichte Verdauung zu verbessern, und eine gesunde auf die Dauer zu erhalten, als nothwendige Bedingung des Gesetze und sorgfiiltige Beobachtungen aus der die operative Behandlung des Zungenkrebses. The meat or material to be dried was placed on nickel-wire gauze trays which could readily be run in onto the shelves; by iising gauze instead of solid trays, evaporation of water downward as well as upward dehydrated is concerned it is noteworthy that, at first when the material contains most water and is most sensitive to changes due to heat and other agencies, it is probable that, because of the large amount of water being evaporated, with its cooling effect decreases, the meat becomes correspondingly warmer until toward the end of the process, when danger of decomposition by heat is least, the temperature undoubtedly becomes that of the shelves within which the water and no harm will result from so doing; but here a more economical method of working is possible: A plate of zinc, then an equallization is effeCted. He says:"The physician who observes and treats not only the ear but also the patient can recognize hereby the progressing process in the bone before outer signs present themselves in the mastoid process." A physician of Detroit accidentally saw, in the general condition appeared to him to be very bad, and he advised immediate consultation. It was this officer's duty to supervise the chlorination of drinking water in the division; to instruct noncommissioned officers, cooks, and others in the proper method of performing this task; to keep in touch with water problems which might arise, and to keep informed concerning the supply of water sterilizing bags and tubes of calcium hypochlorite.' Laboratory examinations upon divisional water supplies could not be made since it was not feasible to furnish a laboratory sufficiently equipped for this purpose. The conjunctival membrane is inflamed, and this applies to the ocular as well as the Then we have the genital parts affected as a consequence of measles. Thompson believes that orchitis is very infrequently met with after lithotrity, and only found one case out of two hundred and thirtyfour operations.

Until publishers take as much pains to do justice to roentgenographs as does for instance the Uortschritte auf permit them to print anything beyond pictures of Secondly: In the first excitement incident to the discovery of these wonderful rays, the profession was stimulated to expect altogether too much from the rays in general and from fluoroscopy of the lungs in particular. YRONECLIFTONNORMANBURNECARVERCYKUC-.LABVSSHiLARYErHPLMAYDONNELLYVOS" - - C-LENAEPNEMS YNNE ELVIS JUDD FLETCHER FELICIA MACKENZIE DENISE ALYSSA FRANCES DONALD VITO HILARY AitLllE LINDS.AX.v AYE LEIGH ELMO LOGAN BEAMAN TONY STELLA BOB PAULA DEBORAH DAVIN CORA JULIEN DAN P.AUL RCSEBT EL C;.

The time was ripe for the medical men of the city to put an end to the lack of system that had prevailed in hospital organization.

It will be noted in this report that a number of contributing factors made for the unsatisfactory status of the venereal disease incidence at the time in question; nevertheless the fact stands out preeminently that the relative ease of access to the prostitutes of St. The vapours are not inhaled by the lungs dur ing this ingenious procefs of fumigation, becaufe the head is cautionfly excluded from the machine.

If only a toe can be moved, the patient is placed in the saddle of a walking machine and taught to use that toe. But whether he be frightened or confident the tubercular patient expects to be quickly and easily cured.


If the congestion is due to the action of heat, the same diaphoretics may be used, and Sedlitz Chanteaud may be added for its refreshing influence upon the blood. He brings together in clinics several cases of the same disease, and thus shows the different phases of it. When we have found the degree of tolerance of our patient we must then decide how near the limit we may go with due regard to the patient's general condition and the elimination of diacetic acid and acetone.

This seems to afifect serious infections much more favorably. The dodlrine of excitement, even if the laws of excitability were fully afcertained, would ftill be imperfeft as a theory of life, which muft alfo include the dotlrines of the chemico-material procefles conftantly operating in the fyftems Bulletin de PEcoIe de Medecine de Paris, et de la Societe etahlie A H E duties of the profeiTors in the raeclical fchool eflabifLed at Paris are not coniined to the ledlures delivered from its chairs. The arterio-sclerotic cirrhosis of the kidney dictates the same precautionary conduct as that indicated in granular atrophy generally which will be discussed in another Especial care is necessary in cases of paroxysmal tachycardia. The translator would like to add to these experiences a case from his own practice, and that is, by any means a robust man, and probably tuberculously inclined. The menstruating woman occasions also other troubles, endangers vegetation, etc. (Grall.) Dyspncea and much cough, with expectoration of black tough mucus difficult to detach. It was possible in this outbreak, by careful epidemiological examinations, to show that the infections were in most cases acquired by transmission from man to man, probably from the nose and throat, and perhaps indirectly by dust, and it was evident that influenza in its pure form is a relatively mild disease. All individuals recommended for rejection and all doubtful casos of every sort were to be reported bj- name to the division surgeon for further examination.

After haemostasis has been obtained, quassine and arseniate of iron should be given to hasten convalescence. - (b) Names, duties, and eflfieiency of all other commissioned Medical Depart (c) Ambulance service; adequacy and efficiency of same. The methods used for these various estimations in meat were necessarily modified from those previously proposed for other materials, and in some cases the degree of novelty amounted actually A new method for the isolation of methylguanidine was worked out. As regards the other froms of anaemia the following remarks seem to be indicated: Consideration of the causal region in secondary anaemia is present. Another class of cases that does not take arsenic well are those where the rheumatic process is in an acute form with high temperature, joint pains and endocarditis.


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