It is, of conrse, open to the advocates of notification of influenza to contend that Hiis total would have bpen lesst-ned liad notification been in force early enough, and that,.ven apart from preventive measures the exact knowledge of the incidence of every case"an epidemic would be invaluable. Weather at the time was and had been for, say, a week previous damp, cloudy and quite chilly for the season of the year. Thus, for instance, a solution of cocaine is injected, and then tlirough the same syringe a non-irritant oil. And here once again our moral recurs: Ancient medicine was controlled by the priest; with Antoninus the State lays its secular authority upon it, with ourselves, more and more, the State will take measures to supervise a class of men in whose hands lies the health of the community. The deaths primarily referred secondary cause of death. William Keeves, Bishop of Down died in Dublin on.lanuary l.'tth from inlluenza at Um he also held that of Bachelor of.Mediiine from the Uni i versity of Dublin, and was an Honorary Fidlow of the Koya College of Physicians in Ireland. Since then the sanitary knowledge and the sanitary organisations of several Continental nations, and especially of France, have advanced considerably, and they are much nearer to the perception of the possibility of carrying out in practice the system of sanitation which renders our own commercial ports practically free from risks such as those against which it was till lately thought necessary to take clumsy precautions fatal to great commercial interests, and useless for the purpose for which they were proposed. Noah Meadows of Marietta has been honored by George E. Frequent inspection of the limb is needed, with at times frequent re-adjustment of pressure.

The vast European darkness fell upon the glory that was Greece, and the grandeur that was Rome. The chief object of gastroiterostomy is to get these patients well promy)tly; id, secondarily, to keep them well. An excessive amount throws extra and unnecessary work on the various organs, both as a dead weight that must be carried about, and as an obstruction to many Our type case here is a middle-aged person who is gradually reducing his physical activities as his income increases. The obligations of this association are borne by The institution is controlled by a board of twenty trustees, half Chinese and half from Yale, An executive committee of seven transacts current business. The pulse rate, although taken, is often not recorded. For example, Five days later the pain in the iliac fossa recurred, more, though slighter, relapses followed at intervals of five and six days before the patient passed from observation. It corrodes cork, rubber, and other organic substances, and rapidly oxidizes iron, copper, and even silver, when moist, as well as dry mercury and iodine. In a large proportion of cases no treatment will effect the permanent replacement of the retina and restore sight. Up to lately it was entirely symptomatic: the patient was relieved by reduction of "" the excitability of its nervous system.

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