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sand per annum. Assuming the population to be 220,-
nausea or vomiting. Two weeks later there was dull pain
whole extent of the urethra. In the Dittel instrument the supposi-
every safeguard should be established to prevent injuries, and slight
fever amounted, on the whole of the flocks, to 2986
yet not only show this method of antipyretic treatment
with activitj^ or occurring in a cycle of from twelve to thirty-six hours'
1901. There can be little doubt but that the use of
This woman felt after the first trial that a cure was impos-
plectic coma in a case in which this measure had been
transmission from isolated cases are not very favorable in
the reliance has been mainly on antipyretic measures,
sepsis, starvation, absorption of ptomaines, etc. These
Middlesex South. — E. G. Hoitt, Marlboro', President; A.
to present the same front to the world that he presented
calcified and carbolized very fine sponge, over which
vails at Gratz, a small town a few miles from Harris-
congestion of the pelvic organs and thus may establish the flow.
I have never seen fatal or serious results follow trephin-
ad .^i glycerin), with cold sponging. Under this treat-
quinine, iron, phosphorus, and drugs of similar tonic effect have
cination. The others are a satisfactory inoculation tech-
their clothing, oaggage, etc., and especially for a system
grains of the sulphate of quinia were given, the temper-
bership in accordance with By-Law VIII. for non-payment of
in these, and in other particulars, has resulted from medical
it is probable that the losses will continue unless the nervous disorder
the dorsal decubitus, since lying flat upon the back favors by mechan-
with clamps, and suture, was made and the wound closed.
print should then be brought to the point of nearest vision for each
and enabling the patient to resume his usual avocation.
nation of the laws of Pennsylvania and North Carolina ;
ful and agreeable adjuvants to the sustaining treatment
under the left costal border, moving with respiration.