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Side 154 - Food, for young infants, and Carnrick's Food, composed of half Lacto-Preparata and half dextrinized wheat, for use after six months of age, have now practically reached perfection in keeping qualities, and that they are the only Infant Foods in the market that will alone thoroughly nourish a child during the nursing period. Their Lacto-Preparata almost perfectly resembles human milk in character, composition and taste.
Side 116 - BOVININE, for rectal feeding, is unsurpassed in excellence, having been used for weeks continuously with no irritation or disturbance resulting. The most satisfactory results from its use as an enema are obtained by adding to each ounce of BOVININE ten grains of Pancreatic Extract and two ounces of water.
Side 138 - HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. Recommended as a restorative in all cases where the nervous system has been reduced below the normal standard, by overwork, as found in brain-workers, professional men, teachers, students, etc., in debility from seminal losses, dyspepsia of nervous origin, insomnia where the nervous system suffers. It is readily assimilated and promotes digestion. Dr. Edwin F. Vose, Portland, Me., says: " I have prescribed it for many of the various forms of nervous debility, and it has...
Side 114 - It is well known that any unusual worry or anxiety will upset the digestion of the neurotic patient. Hence, in treating dyspepsia, particularly atonic dyspepsia, that form met with in persons of low vitality and poor appetite, there are two distinct INDICATIONS. one is to subserve the needs of general nutrition, the other is to subserve the needs of the nervous system. This can be done by giving the patient good nutritious food and a good nerve tonic. This explains why such remarkable results follow...
Side 142 - MINOR SURGERY AND BANDAGING, INCLUDING THE Treatment of Fractures and Dislocations, Tracheotomy, Intubation of the Larynx, Ligations of Arteries, and Amputations. BY HENRY R. WHARTON, MD, DEMONSTRATOR OF SURGERY AND LECTURER ON SURGICAL DISEASES OF CHILDREN IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA; SURGEON TO THE PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL; CONSULTING SURGEON TO THE RUSH HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE CHEST, ETC.
Side 149 - The second annual meeting of the American Electro-therapeutic Association will be held in New York, October 4th, 5th, and 6th, 1892, at the New York Academy of Medicine, 17 West 43d Street.
Side 114 - ... human ailments. It is a truism that no organ of the body can preserve its normal integrity when its supplying nerve is disordered by lowered tone, but this fact is largely ignored in these modern pepsin days— the cause being lost sight of whilst trying to remedy the effect. It is well known that any unusual worry or anxiety will upset the digestion of the neurotic patient Hence, in treating...
Side 138 - MARCHAND'S PEROXIDE OF HYDROGEN (MEDICINAL) H2O2 (ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS.) MOST POWERFUL BACTERICIDE AND PUS DESTROYER. ENDORSED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. UNIFORM IN STRENGTH, PURITY AND STABILITY. RETAINS GERMICIDAL POWER ANY LENGTH OF TIME. USED BY THE HOSPITALS OF THE US ARMY. Send for free book of 88 pages giving articles by the following contributors : DR.