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Will contain, besides one hundred pages of original matter and beautiful half tone engravings, an alphabetical list of the manufacturing and importing houses of America, devoted to the interests of the physician and surgeon. In order to make this complete, we have mailed a reply postal card to every important house in the country, requesting the necessary information. Below we print a fac simile of this postal, and anyone not having received one, or neglecting to reply, can fill up the blanks below, tear it out and mail to this office. Advertisers desiring space in this number, or extra copies, should send in their request at once, as the forms will positively close December 1st. :
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Successful.-I will unhesitatingly say that I consider Peacock's Bromides much superior to the ordinary bromides, and the Chionia I believe to be an extremley successful preparation or a very valuable therapeutic agent. I have used both with excellent success.
John J. Shaw, M. D.,
Plymouth, Mass. Dr. I, B. Gilbert, of Philadelphia, writing for Medical Summary for June says: “I consider Sanmetto as a remedy for prostate derangements eminently useful. After two years use of it in my practice I have become very favorably impressed as to its merits. Its action upon the prostate gland comes nearer a specific than any other remedy with which I am familiar; it relieves cases of irritable bladder and difficult micturition in old men so as to make life much more comfortable. I am now using it in gonorrhea after the inflamatory stage has passed, with good results."
Rubber-Tissue Gloves for Protecting the Hands During Operations, etc.-Dr. T. S. K. Morton called the attention of the surgicial section of the College of Physicians to thin rubber gloves, which have been in the market for some time and are coming into use for general surgical purposes and for handling strong solutions. "I have found these rubber-tissue gloves extremely useful in handling offensive cases. With them it becomes a pleasure to make rectal examinations, because the skin of the hands does not become saturated with fetor, and it is wonderful how many more examinations one makes. Also in handling strong solutions, or even in operating upon septic cases they have an excellent field. The rubber is so very thin that it interferes very little with the tactile sense. rule, they go on with greater ease and come off readily. The dealer said he was not sure that they would last very long in handling instruments, but thus far I have used them considerably, and they are still practically in perfect order. But if they could be used only a few times, the price, $2.50, with 40 per cent discount to hospitals, is not excessive. I think them of great value when handling morbid growths or making post-mortems, where it is possible to be inoculated. They bear steam sterilization and soaking in strong solution of carbolic acid or bichloride."— Times and Register.
Aristol in Operations for Appendicitis. There has been a tendency of late to avoid the use of chemical antisepties in the peritoneal cavity in laparotomy
Some operators discountenance even irrigation with sterilized water and confine themselves to dry sponging. In cases where extensive adhesions are, however, present, there is great danger that the separated peritoneal surfaces may reunite and secondary adhesions again be formed, necessitatins a subsequent operation. It is therefore highly desirable to interpose between the separated peritoneal surfaces an adhesive and innocuous antiseptic which will form a film with exudates and act as an obstacle to adhesions until the danger of their formation is past. In operations for appendicitis it is quite common to encounter numerous adhesions which after separation are apt to reunite unless proper preventive measures are adopted. Dr. Robert T. Morris, Medical News, April 7, 1894, in an interesting clinical lecture at the New York Post Graduate School on "The-Inch-and-a-HalfIncision in Appendicitis," highly extols Aristol for that purpose after an experience of three years with that substance. His remarks on this are as follows: “The large ragged portion of cecum that was involved in adhesions in this case to-day is covered thickly with Aristol, and after waiting a full minute to allow a lymphcoagulum to form with part of the Aristol, the surplus powder is blown away. Aristol used in this way prevents re-union of adhesions. It is one of the most practical of resources. I have separated oid adhesions a great many times in former patients whose peritoneal surfaces had been injured by the routine technique of the day, and have relieved them completely with the aristol film." The simplicity and safety of Dr. Morris' method and the success attending its employment in his practice warrant its general adoption in abdominal surgery.
THE PRESCRIPTION CASE.
We hope that our readers will take special interest in this department of THE HERALD. We solicit practitioners to furnish us for publication, with one or more of their favorite prescriptions. Only such as your personal experience has convinced you to be of practical use should be submitted.
Formule plainly written on a postal card is a convenient way for sending. Always give them in this order, please 1 Name of the disease. 2. The formula and directions. 3. Your name, town and state.
Doctor, let us hear from you in time for the next issue of THE HERALD.
Asthma. B Salicylic acid.....
31 The following will be found most useful Zinc oxide...
in this distressing complaint:
R Chloralis .....
Potassii iodidi, of each.. -3ss Make ointment and apply.
Syrup of oranges.. ..13 vj – The Practitioner (London)
.13 vj Eau de Quinine.
2 to 5 tablespoontuls a day.
75 grammes R Tinct. capsici........
Tinct. valerian. ammo....... Spirit of lavender........ 50 grammes Tinct. gent. comp..........aa f. 3 ij Mix.
M. Sig:- Take a dessertspoonful in a
teacupful of hop tea three or four times a For Removal of Freckles,
day.-Gerhard, R White precipitate......... Subnitrate of bismuth..
} aa 31
Bronchial and Pulmonary Troubles. Glycerin ointment...... M. Apply every other day.
The following formulæ are said to be of -American Doctor. great service in all bronchial and pul.
monary troubles: For Continued Syphilis.
R Terraline ....
Creasoti (beechwood) .... . 3 ss
3 iij A teapoonful in a wineglass of water
. ij three times a day, one hour after each meal. M. S. Take a teaspoonful every four - Doctor Joseph Jones.
hours. Incontinence of Urine.
5) Tincture nucis vomicae.........
3 iss Tincture rhois aromaticae,
Aq. chlorof..... ...q. s. ad A 3 jij of each.........
M. S. Two tablespoonfuls three times Tincture cascarillae.. .31 a day. 12 drops at bed-time for a child from
Tonsilitis. se ven to ten years.
R O1. eucalyptus glob..
Spir. camphor. Kava-kava, fuid extract, thirty to Tincl. guaiac... sixty mimims every four hours, controls Glycerin...
...q. s. ad žj and effectually relieves gonorrhea in from Ten drops on sugar to dissolve in the fifteen to thirty days.- American Doctor. mouth, every hour or two.
5 iss .3 iiiss
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The history of this old Indian Mission of ST. IGNATIUS is very interesting. Send CHAS. S. FEE, Gen. Pass. Agent, Northern Pacific R. R., at St. Paul, Minn., six cents in postage and your address and he will send you a beautiful booklet, with colored illustrations, telling all about this and other old Indian Missions in Montana and Idaho.
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