The Medical Institute of the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa, Svazky 3–4

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Strana 19 - But the annals of the profession contain the names of some who, not having the advantage of a complete medical education, became, nevertheless, through their own exertions and abilities, brilliant scholars and successful practitioners. A practitioner, therefore, whatever his credentials may be, who enjoys a good moral and professional standing in. the community, should not be excluded from fellowship, nor his aid rejected, when it is desired by the patient in consultation. No difference in views...
Strana 101 - December 8, 1888 : 1. Take the man at once into fresh air. Don't crowd around him. 2. Keep him on his back. Don't raise his head, nor turn him on his side. 3. Loosen his clothing at his neck and •waist. 4. Give a little brandy and water — not more than four tablespoonfuls of brandy in all. Give the ammonia mixture (one •part aromatic mixture to sixteen parts of water) in small quantities, at short intervals — a teaspoonful every two or three minutes.
Strana 18 - But no one can be considered as a regular practitioner or a fit associate in consultation, whose practice is based on an exclusive dogma, to the rejection of the accumulated experience of the profession, and of the aids 47 actually furnished by anatomy, physiology, pathology, and organic chemistry.
Strana 28 - American Resorts, with Notes upon Their Climate. By BUSHROD W. JAMES, AM, MD, Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Public Health Association, the Pennsylvania Historical Society, the Franklin Institute, and the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia; the Society of Alaskan Natural History and Ethnology, Sitka, Alaska, etc.
Strana 85 - I firmly believe that if the whole materia medica, as now used, could be sunk to the bottom of the sea, it would be all the better for mankind...
Strana 101 - Give the ammonia mixture (one part aromatic ammonia to sixteen parts water) in small quantities, at short intervals — a teaspoonful every two or three minutes. 5. Slap the face and chest with the wet end of a towel. 6. Apply warmth and friction if the body and limbs are cold.
Strana 97 - The forty-second annual session of the American Institute of Homoeopathy will be held at Hotel Lafayette, Lake Minnetonka, a few miles from the " Twin Cities,
Strana 19 - No tests of orthodoxy in medical practice should be applied to limit the freedom of consultations. Medicine is a progressive science. Its history shows that what is heresy in one century may and probably will be orthodoxy in the next. No greater misfortune can befall the medical profession than the action of an influential association or academy establishing a creed or standard of orthodoxy or
Strana 92 - Cause experimental tests {provings) to be as numerous as possible. The number cannot be arbitrarily determined. But in order to accept the results as valid, insist that the observations and records of experimenters individually and collectively shall manifest distinct congruity in sense and meaning ; if they do not manifest such congruity, they shall be excluded as useless. Next to the above rule concerning the value of congruent symptoms, the definition of value is embodied in the following rule...
Strana 102 - ' a resume in dictionary form, of New Remedies and New Treatment that have come to the knowledge of the Medical Profession throughout the world during 1888. The editorial staff of the forthcoming volume, will include articles or departments edited by Sir...

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