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Página 192 - OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. BEING A DIGEST OF BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MEDICINE, AND OF THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE AND THE COLLATERAL SCIENCES.
Página 165 - And the Lord said unto Moses, " Take unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and onycha, and galbanum ; these sweet spices with pure frankincense : of each shall there be a like weight : and thou shalt make it a perfume, a confection after the art of the apothecary, tempered together, pure and holy...
Página 398 - From and after the 31st day of December, 1868, it shall be unlawful for any person to sell or keep open shop for retailing, dispensing or compounding poisons, or to assume or use the title 'chemist and druggist...
Página 475 - In gratitude for the relief of human suffering by the inhaling of ether, a citizen of Boston has erected this monument, AD MDCCCLXVII. The gift of Thomas Lee.
Página 50 - Cunninghami to gain a height of 200 feet, and a circumference of 23 feet. " It is not at all likely that, in these isolated inquiries, chance has led to the really highest trees, which the most secluded and the least accessible spots may still conceal. It seems, however, almost beyond dispute, that the trees of Australia rival in length, though evidently not in thickness, even the renowned forestgiants of California...
Página 84 - For destroying the fat he follows the alcohol with ether, which he pushes, of course, through the same blood-vessels and excretory ducts ; this part of the operation lasts some hours. The ether penetrates the interstices of the flesh, and dissolves all the fat. The piece, at this point of the process, may be preserved any length of time desired, plunged in ether, before proceeding to the final operations.
Página 380 - A MANUAL OF THE DISSECTION OF THE HUMAN BODY. By LUTHER HOLDEN, MD, Late President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England ; Consulting Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Fifth Edition. Edited by JOHN LANGTON, MD, FRCS, Surgeon to, and Lecturer on Anatomy at, St.
Página 505 - Resolved, That the thanks of the Association are due and are hereby tendered to the...
Página 84 - ... reservoir, in which air is compressed to about two atmospheres, and which communicates by a stop-cock and a system of tubes, first to a vase containing chloride of calcium, then with another heated, then with the vessels and excretory ducts of the anatomical piece in course of preparation, he establishes a gaseous current which expels, in a very little time, all the fluids. The operation is now finished. The piece remains supple, light, preserves its size, its normal relations, its solid elements,...