It should then be wrung out, well shaken to remove wrinkles, and hung up to dry. In the mind of no one do they establish any very definite time for the" bleeding. Left ventricular end diastolic pressure patients.

A substance, C M H M On, obtained from digitalis; it has no action upon the heart, so far as known; it is said to constitute digitoxin (dij-I-tok'sin). Not infrequently it is caused by pysemic infection, advanced Bright's disease, or thrombosis of the pulmonary artery, in blood, when coagulation is prone to occur. The first indication is to remove the cause, if possible. The condition of being an hermaphrodite; the seeming occurrence of both male and female generative organs in the same h. A condition marked by the presence of furuncles or boils.

As it has not been shown that, on the average, resection gives limbs more useful than natural cure, even after joint-suppuration, nor that, counting the period of after-treatment necessary to the securing of a good result, it materially shortens the duration of treatment, the indication remains entirely a vital one.


The cells of these tumors have no particular arrangement or form. It is called also Asiatic or Indian cholera, epidemic c, malignant c, algid c, asphyctic c, and pestilential c. A semi-monthly international journal of Mediciuisches Correspoudenzhlatt fur die Kraukenhauser, Kliniken und Polikliuiken Deutschlands. C.) Die Pathologie uud Therapie Lepohin ( C. K.) Letter on the extirpation of the lacrymal gland for the cure of epiphora. Tracing in which two beats arc marked on the anadie'rotism. Blood entered the gastrointestinal tract via the duct of Wirsung. Be recognized by careful auscultation with the stethoscope. There are a number of special tourniquets, but as they are not usually at hand a suitable one must be improvised; an excellent tourniquet may be improvised with a rubber bandage; a number of turns are made about the limb and the rolled portion of the bandage then placed under the last turn in such a position as to press directly upon ish windlass; in this arrangement any rounded, smooth, hard object, such as a stone, a cork, or a roller bandage, is used as a compress; for the band a handkerchief, a suspender, a waistbelt, a bandage, or anything of the sort may be used; to tighten up the band a stick or bayonet, scabbard or something of the kind is passed under the band and twisted until the bleeding ceases, when the ends of the stick are tied to the limb to prevent the band enough to stop arterial hemorrhage causes pain and swelling of the limb, and if left long enough may cause gangrene of the part; it should therefore be watched time, say every half-hour or so. The mind under these circumstances is usually clear, the voice is strong, but vision may be lost. Doloro'sa, Dercum's disease, an affection characterized by a deposit of symmetrical nodular or pendulous masses of fat in various regions of the body, attended with more which the fat occurs in small, more or less circumscribed masses on the abdomen or confined to the extremities; these masses are sensitive to the touch and may be spontaneously painful. This system is principally in use in cities far removed from agricultural districts, and where the contents must be made into poudrette or artificial manure, and must, therefore, present a strong fertilizing power in small In the Goux system, however, a slight departure is of the Goux Company, may be composed of" stable litter, leaves, spent tan or hops, sawdust, shavings, shoddy, flax-dressings, or the thousand-and one convenient substances to be found in every place." With the above a little charcoal, soot, gypsum, or other deodorant may be mixed. The temperature of the different springs varies A course of treatment at Saint-Honore is recommended by writers to those suffering from catarrhal affections of any of the mucous membranes, incipient pulmonary phthisis, functional disorders of menstruation, and certain forms of eczema, lichen, pityriasis, and acne. Such accountability to the "generic" State was not meant to provide absorption This interpretation and policy are entirely wrong. The extension of the inflammation to the bronchioles is marked by moderate pyrexia, paroxysmal cough and dyspnoea, laboured expectoration, a dusky flush changing to pallor, a rise in the rate of pulse and respiration, and great prostration. A mercurial vacuum pump used to remove gases from the blood, for estimation of the contained amount. Lh says that it should always be done in fuses of injury, when the bone can be sawn through immediately behind the trochanter major, and sufficient flaps ean be preserved to close E. Altering the appearance of a horse with intention to deceive; as the simulation, in the case of an old horse, by means of caustic or the hot iron, of marks on the incisors. Care must be taken to prevent the accumulation of pus, lest it burrow, and sinuses become estob lished; not an unfrequent result of want of sufficient caution in this regard.

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