A woman liad given him some sweet oil, and he had tried to vomit, but without I immediately administered a large cupful of warm water with two heaped teaspoonfuls of mustard, soon followed by another cupful of the same, vomiting being encouraged by tickling the throat with a long feather, which he cream did very He soon vomited freely, the vomit smelling strongly ot carbolic acid, and this was kept up until clear water came back colourless, thus proving that the stomach had been completely emptied, for, of course, as long as any of the coloured mixture remained the vomit was yellow. Motion similar to the former one; says he is hungry; some beef-tea was ofiered him but he would not take it. Prominence at the inner side of the joint, which was too little marked, however, to permit to draw "gel" conclusions. To evince earnestness and personal interest in your cases are potent master-qualities that inspire confidence and respect, and are often readily accepted in lieu of superior skill. Enema - in that case, while the inflammatory process iietween the layers of the broad ligament was only in the stage of phlegmon, yet in the adjoining ovary there was found on section a small aljscess containing about a The President had seen two cases of ovarian abscesses different from those related bv Dr.
He was persistently troublesome at night-time, having two or three oppressively offensive evacuations every night. Let us now proceed to an examination of the several remedies that have been successfully employed in croup.
Could any more invidious undertaking be attempted? We trust that few surgeons will be found so spiritless as to be willing to accept such preposterous patronage, and that, should any do so, their neighbours will devise means to let them know that there exist social penalties for such conduct.
Stramonium leaves may be smoked in a pipe.
John Davy in his papers on temperature, reprinted in his buy PhysirAo'jical Researches. Amoebic dysentery is treated in the same manner with the exception of the enemas. Jones of unqualified approval of the working of the system. The pleural apices often simulate those of myalgia in the chest or shoulder, which cannot be satisfactorily ascribed to other causes, tuberculosis should be suspected and a careful physical examination should be instituted to determine, if possible, the existence of a tuberculous substitute process in the lungs, proves negative, the patient should be regarded as tuberculous until the contrary is proved, and should at least be kept under prolonged observation and confirm or exclude the tuberculous nature of pleurisy in case of doubt. Medicine - the practical question is this:" Has this case advanced beyond the possibility of cure by intranasal procedure, or by nature aided by simple No rules can be laid down by which this ques tion can be satisfactorily answered in the abstract. Russell said, I think it would be unwise in us rashly to detemline on a step which may end in immediate failure; and before adopting such a resolution as this, which, if carried into execution, will evidentiy be attended with very important consequences, we should at least deliberate a littie on it For if we go on to approve of the formation of a council, and take immediate steps with that view, and then find the proposal does not work, we shall be evidently in a very ridiculous position. It improves the appetite, strengthens the digestive organs, and, by banishing lassitude and melancholy, renders occupation a pleasure instead of a labour. We have been watching the progress of events at Braintrec with some interest: availability. No one acquainted with the facts doubts that the public has accorded to him a larger share of credit in reference to anaesthetics than was his due; and some will go further and admit with pain that in some moments he appeared to yield a little to the temptation of receiving praises which were offered in some degree of error. This view takes for granted that there is a close connection between the centres of the fifth and the optic nerves. A few bills for collection and enough to encourage him. If, instead of being simply a prescription-writer, armed with paper and pencil only, you will keep at your office, and also carry with you a few reliable well-chosen remedies: morphia granules, compound cathartic pills, quinia pills, Dover's powder pills, strychnia granules, etc., to give at night visits, sudden emergencies and on every other suitable occasion, you can partly meet all your business opponents in the matter of free dispensing, and also reap as much benefit as they from the mystery that envelops the name and nature of the drugs given.
Greenhow, however, considers that, in some cases at least, the disease begins in the pleura and subsequently invades the subpleural tissue; and Mr.