The hands and arms were quite weak, with a tendency to assume the position of wrist-drop. Repeated and steady aspiration was necessary during the few hours the patient lived, and it is probable that a tracheotomy would have been of great help in improving the aspiration of exudates from the trachea. Other writers, although insisting upon its infectious character, admit a variety of infectious causes, while still others broaden the term into a generic expression for a group of inflammations of the large intestine that are partly of specific and partly of non-specific origin; the latter view is the one here adopted, and is the only one permissible with our present knowledge. After removing the afflicted calf from the rest of the calves, the stable should be thoroughly disinfected with Disinfectall, and the balance of the calves should be given Calf Cholera Remedy once daily with their regular feed, thereby keeping their digestive organs in proper condition so that they may digest and assimilate their food and thus escape the disease entirely. In view of this, I shall exert strenuous efforts to remain in the front rank of scientific "" and practicable As yet I confine the output of this treatment to Contagious Abortion in cattle only, and do not advise its use on other stock until proved beyond all doubt that it is absolutely reliable in their cases as it is in cattle.

It is precisely because the general public is not yet in the habit of taking such licence that we hesitate to do anything which might encourage it, in fear that at the same time we might make the danger more generaL This is where the territories of the physician and the moralist overlap, and this is why it is absolutely impossible for the sanitarian, however immorality, and you increase syphilis. In addition, gargling ivith and its destruction by means of the galvanocautery, have been III.

Oliver observed that the climate of the North-East Coast is well calculated to call forth and develop vital energy, and thus to invigorate an enfeebled system; but the substratum of energy submitted to it must not be too low, nor have been lowered by exhausting organic disease, or the result may be that still further depression is produced.

For this stimulating powders may be insufflated, such as a mixture of stearate of zinc and silver nitrate, the proportion of the latter being small at first and gradually increased. In case of any accident, if they did not tie the cord. It has been thought, indeed, by some persons, that the former have glanced at it under the name of is too wild for serious refutation.

The other two children were dead and macerated. A single negative examination should not be considered as satisfactory proof of the eradication of the infection, the patient should be under laboratory observation for at least two weeks after the first negative examination of his In the foregoing, the classification of methods for the prevention of this disease have been taken up in the order of their relative value in the eyes of the writer. It nerer visits the Pacific coasts either of America' or Asia. The inquiry, therefore, if pursued further, would be into the foundation for the doctrine of contagion, and into the circumstances producing an erythematic diathesis, or, in plain language, a disposition to erysipelatous inflammation. At times the pus has been partially evacuated into the cavitv of the stomach or into the peritoneal cavity, and perforation may take place through numerous cribriform openings. Carlsbad salt (solution when the stomach is empty) is often employed with success. Bland Sutton does not mention it in his work on Tumours, and Ziegler merely refers to the Mr. It is difficult, however, to accord any further praise to Dr. Bleeding had come on repeatedly in spite of styptics and ligatures, and so the arterj' was tied. At times such particles are demonstrable only microscopically, although in one case of sarcoma of the lung I have found in the expectoration pieces of new-growth as large as the end of the thumb. Let the uterus under the pressure of to a mechanical pressure, leading, as before explained, to interference with the normal circulation and innervation of the uterus. The spleen was enlarged, but not so markedly as in the rat which had been inoculated with the bacillus twenty-four hours old, into the abdominal cavity of each of two white rats. Flint's case has beeu already cited; to it may be added, as a recent illustration, Dr.


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