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In this way the responsibility is shifted from our That heredity has become one of the fads of the day is much to be deplored (

The controversy existed not in whether he should have a say-so, but what the best way is to allow Your Florida delegation is a talented, conscientious, knowledgeable, and well stratified group, better stratified according to age, interests and medical training than many of the delegations that I was exposed to. At Weimar and in Courland firs are planted The ceremonies concerning the fir practised at a wedding by the Little Russians at Volhynia are specially instructive. Long before the invention of antibiotics, CAT scans, organ transplants and other technology, public health measures were saving thousands of lives and preventing sickness by careful observation and changing the environment in which we live by mosquito control, privy construction, diet instructions and many other measures. With that in mind, I would like to reiterate some points in my discussion and enlarge on certain thoughts which have been influenced by events since Over the past year I have been led to believe that if a limit was set on noneconomic damages and if the doctrine of joint and several liability was changed, then the insurance companies would better be able to evaluate their projected losses and, more importantly, would be able to stop the astronomically escalating liability premiums. In one particular case, the vulva, after being thoroughly bathed with tepid water, was washed twic; daily with a solution of the sulpho-carbolate of zinc containing half a drachm to the ounce of distilled water, the parts being allowed to dry without wiping. In the olden time the doses were often so large as to be depressant and poisonous, and if excitation and a frequent pulse were due to debility, they might extinguish the feeble flame of life. ; and this explains the eflScacy of potash in these conditions. The history of the disease as well as its nature and treatment were discussed and Dr.

Mitchell of Philadelphia, and after him Day in England, has advanced the idea that acute rheumatism is, in its origin, cerebro-spinal, and allied to cerebrospinal meningitis; this view seems untenable, as the one is rarely fatal, the other is commonly so.

When the milk diet is employed in tlie cure of other forms of ill health, it is often conjoined after the first few days with a small amount of solid food; and what such patients relish most is plain bread with salt, or a salt herring, the mawkish sweet taste of milk inclining them this Avay.


The Editor of this Journal writes his own editorials. Since investigators have also found that a large number of nerve cells, gland cells, and epithelial cells, in fact almost all the active cells of the body, react in much the same way when treated by these methods, this substance, or substances very closely related to it, must be widely certain conditions, which have not yet been fully determined, it may be blackened by treatment with osmic acid and silver nitrate. There was no better opportunity for proving the efficacy of competent medical supervision of the sanitary condition of the schools than was afforded by the recent prevalence of small-pox, and the urgent necessity of a thorough and systematic vaccination of every scholar. We needed physicians from all the major medical and surgical specialties, and we began to meet privately with a number who we knew would be influential and pivotal in the success of the project. Hypokalemia may be avoided or treated by use of potassium supplements, such as foods with a high potassium content Any chloride deficit is generally mild and usually does not require specific treatment, except under extraordinary circumstances (as in liver or renal disease) Dilutional hyponatremia may occur in edematous patients in hot weather, appropriate therapy is water restriction, rather than administration of salt, except in rare instances when the hyponatremia is lite-threatening. This statement has remained unanswered, and is, in the opinion of I. Through them to enforce and encourage a wider dissemination of the fundamentals of medicine. Microscopic report showed a relative prices. This would appear to point to defective drainage and polluted water-supply, the wells at this period of the year being always low, and the tendency to contamination from cesspools, or any reservoir of filth, being of course greater than at other seasons. Implications of these and other tenets of ethics that come to light through program development and impact on our everyday practice and lives must be evaluated. In any comprehensive consideration of the treatment of disease it cannot fail to appear that therapeusis is an art, not a science, and that the personal equation of the clinician is the principal factor in achieving success. It is but a fresh application of the doctrine of the division of labor so beautifully developed by Adam Smith in his"Wealth Unfortunately, however, this ideal relation, which in the past has liberated the physician from the drudgery of compounding medicines, while it contributed generously to the support of the pharmacist, is threatened with destruction because of an invasion of the physician's sphere by the commercial activity of the pharmacist ( But there is at times a physical sign (if you will allow me to digress a moment, which may aid mo in such cases), viz., a prolongation of the iirst sound without real murmur, especially if associated with symptoms of obstructed circulation through the lungs. But the additional costs of medical care that the government does not pay for will have to be transferred to the beneficiary (i.e., the patient) with additional copayments or by reducing the intensity and frequency of services to such patients. Intestinal intoxications could produce abnormal conditions of which pelvic disease might be the result rather than the cause.

Bok's kindly intention in reminding us of that fact, though it was perhaps hardly necessary.

Weeks, of New York, said that this condition was frequently mistaken for conjunctivitis, because of the pus which usually forms at the mouth of the duct.