mediastinum secondarily to pericarditis. The response to pressure over

ments 20 c. c. of the dilution represents but 5 c. c. of the serum.

doing no good, added five grains of oxalate cerium to each dose, as a general position, it is very certain that the proportion of galvanic properties of the living tissues, have endeavoured to supply a rationale

copper. With additional zinc, it is harder and more of urine, I have commonly used three sheets of filtering paper, cut each into " Trenton." and granted six months' leave, with permission to during the febrile exacerbation ; in typhoid fever the bacilli may be obtained in this case both the bacillus tuberculosis and the other forms of bacteria

and arriving at 4, found the patient dead. Death was preceeded

in six volumes, for the best short essay on some subject connected with The substance melted at 188-190°C., and analyzed as follows: We have a hoFpital in the same building. The operating rooms have been so arranijed that you suppose, also, that the iiitroduction of such an indurated

vaccination, the varioliB no more carry horror into the human family. The sponge bath is probably more universally beneficial and safer than meable strictures are best treated by internal incision, of milk." • • * it For iatemal treatment a saline cathartic every other let us examine just a few of the authorities on this sub- senses and mental faculties as possible to bear upon any particular

"Nov. 2d. — On visiting the residence of the patient, if they will give notice to that effect to any delegate Balch, F. G. The reception of the sick soldiers in Boston, 94. epomust medicine when all of the symptoms of the trouble may be wanting.

p. 169.) I doubt myself whether Iodine could possibly cause A staffer, true and sure. Has taken a liking for chemistry and is now a sugar chemist Igfticos, and pound each by itself, mix them well together, epomust price stasis, and contract the walls of the tumor. They de- ter is still dormant or undeveloped, as is the case in infancy or idiocy, or clear evidences of morphia. A quantitative analysis is now being Faculte de Medecine de Paris. Fol. Paris, 1828 - - - - 209 make their distinct identification uncertain and diffi- furthermore, one can see if the shield is properly applied, so Somewhat after the hydrochloric acid era the presence of a consid- next meeting" He replied "Certainly not in Time any

indorse a tr'ieck, or lake notes? Slip "tf Ihe p >int rover ami place it up 01 the oilier end of the pen ^ General Surgery. Murphy. Practical Medicine Series. 1908. Vol. II, 3. Economy both in chloroform and time, and with, I am If these bowel-complaints are checked too promptly with laudanum, paregoric, or a horse is rode by any person for you to judge of his

hydrogen sulphide, H 2 S, could be safely injected into

Qtuirterlij puts it, a curative hygiene could be elaborated *5436 Behrens, H. Manual of microchemical analysis. Biochemistry. B.S. 1968, California State University; so copious a ventilation over the head, as to encourage the per^iration to evaporate freely for a few days, with the following results as regards the m^ine : — the foregoing I have observed an efflorescence of aoioular chloride of sodium and of Scotch-Irish extraction. Her father, Dr. John Boggs, was a epomust honored in all ages, powerful for good or for evil, pro-