United States naval medical bulletin. v. 9, 1915, Volume 9

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915

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Página 99 - All in a hot and copper sky, The bloody Sun, at noon, Right up above the mast did stand, No bigger than the Moon. Day after day, day after day, We stuck, nor breath nor motion; As idle as a painted ship Upon a painted ocean.
Página 286 - Act, having such possession or control by virtue of his employment or occupation and not on his own account; or to the possession of any of the aforesaid drugs which has or have been prescribed in good faith by a physician, dentist or veterinary surgeon registered under this Act; or to any United States...
Página 304 - If the tear is large it is easier to lay the moistened patch down and fit the edges of the tear to it, then press.
Página 233 - According to Boyle's law, the volume of a gas varies inversely as the pressure affecting it so long as the temperature remains constant; consequently in doubling or trebling the pressure the volume becomes one-half or onethird respectively. According to Charles...
Página 516 - ... lavage in phenol poisoning depends on the quantity of poison taken, on the time after poisoning that the lavage is begun, and on the solution used for washing the stomach.
Página 510 - The results, he believes, bear out his theory "that a focus of infection is to be looked on, not only as the place of entrance of bacteria, but also as the place where they may acquire the varying affinities to infect distant organs and tissues.
Página 676 - I am convinced that in the great majority of cases which are classified under the somewhat elastic term of ' intestinal stasis' the symptoms do not result from an atony of the musculature of the bowel, but from a hypertonicity of those parts which are normally in a state of tonic contraction...
Página 352 - NAVY DEPARTMENT. Washington, March 20, 1907. This UNITED STATES NAVAL MEDICAL BULLETIN is published by direction of the department for the timely information of the Medical and Hospital Corps of the Xavy.
Página 317 - WAR DEPARTMENT :: OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL BULLETIN No. 6 AUGUST. 1914 THE PROPHYLAXIS OF MALARIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE MILITARY SERVICE BY CHARLES F.
Página 632 - The lungs are white and placed in the thorax; they consist of six lobes or leaves, suspended from the spine, four on one side and two on the other; sound proceeds from holes in them, and they rule the various parts of the body. The...

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