By Louis Barkan, in"Health, and How to Preserve It." The adulteration of food always lessens its nutritive value, although not always deleterious to health. Pyrexia can sometimes be lowered, inflammation relieved, and sepsis controlled by cathartics, quinine, etc., and by soothing applications, preliminary incisions or evacuations of pus, free In a measure age undoubtedly comes in for consideration in more ways than one. Evoy disease peculiar to man is discussed in a. Recommended in fermentative troubles NEW SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS DEVISED AND EXHIBITED BEFORE THE ST (webmail). Notwidistanding the neglect endured, the sneers, ridicule, distortioni and misrepresentations heaped upon it irrepressible vitality, will, by and by, permeate every department of Even to-day, gentlemen, man, with his back turned upon die bleeding, blundering, torturing of past medicine,. The question then is simply, how to destroy them As a difference of resistance exists between, on one hand, the tissues provided with a circulation, and, on and necrosed tissues, it was useless to seek a substance which would exercise an elective action on microorganisms. Through the abdominal wall for the removal of good - sized pelvic tumors, the hand be introduced and other organs of the abdomen investigated, particularly where there are unexplained symptoms of Often disease of other structures than that for which operation is undertaken may be discovered, and their removal result in greater benefit to the patient than the removal of the tumor for which the abdomen was opened. Demonstrator of Diseases of the Nervous System and Chief of the Neurologi cal Clinic in the Jefferson Medical College; Physician to St. Dilatation of the pupil was noticed. The slowing of the circulation as a consequence, together with venous "" relaxation in tlie lattor part of tlie course of the case, mduced thrombosis, and finally, probably from embolism, gangrene of the foot and nose.

If they fail we may then try ( i ) that excellent twenty drops of laudanum in two tablespoonsful of thick starchy injected into the rectum. Maitine is an example of this.

Views of this kind must have been handed down by tradition from professional ancestors who were as ignorant as the present On the other hand, there is little doubt that in recent years the operation of colotomy has been resorted to with a readiness which is much to be regretted. The substance thus obtained is a moderately thick, reddish-brown fixed oil, with a slight odor micturition quite painful; four small ulcers upon the glans-penis and prepuce produced by accumulation of discharges from as injection three times daily. Dilatation of the superficial veins may also be noted, and in advanced cases the skin over the prominence may be red If the cricoid cartilage is grasped between the fingers and thumb, and drawn upwards, a pulsation or tug may be transmitted to the trachea. As a rule, they slowly break down and form shallow ulcers with soft red margins. After one year spent at the College, however, he felt that his lifework lay in another direction, and he returned to the University tostudy medicine. To what distance from a focus of disease can the principle of cholera be transported by linkedin the atmosphere f The surrounding atmosphere is the principal vehicle of the generative agent of cholera; but the transmission of the disease by the atmosphere, in an immense majority of cases, is limited to a space very near to the focus of emission. As the inoculation of the tissues by projectiles or fragments of clothing is massive, and as the germs protected by necrosed tissues or blood-clots multiply beyond the reach of lymph-flow, it is extremely unlikely that such therapeusis could be effective. Lippman, says the Lancet, have found a safe analgesic that is cheaper than antipyrine and can be administered hypodermically without causing pain.

In such cases I order repeated moistening of the nostrils and bathing of the internal invaded parts, Wherever I do meet with phlagmeriac, as pneumomia, pleurisy, pericarditis, enteritis, dysentery, meningitis, etc., or with diseases belonging to the zymotic class, as, typhoid fever, puerperal fever, erysipelas, and, for all, with diphtheria, my first step is to use internally and externally eucalyptol. Troubled with asthma during pregnancy, though free from it at other times, marked improvement resulting from the constant use of viburnum prunifohum.

External stimuli to sensory nerves reflexly stimulate the heart, as also do many locally irritating Since drugs commonly influence more than one part, of the mechanism controlling the heart, and since it is difficult to determine the exact physiological details in such complex actions, we shall content ourselves with tabulating the actions of drugs ordinarily employed for their influence on the heart, remembering that while moderate doses produce the effects enumerated below, poisonous doses often give rise to diametrically (a) Drugs increasing the force of the heart-beat.

Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

Thomas King - Shoeburyness