New York Medical Abstract: Giving a General View of Current Foreign Medical Literature, المجلد 4

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الصفحة 148 - Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, — senses, affections, passions? Is he not fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the same means, warmed and cooled by the same summer and winter as a Christian is?
الصفحة 220 - As nitrous oxide in its extensive operation appears capable of destroying physical pain, it may probably be used with advantage during surgical operations in which no great effusion of blood takes place...
الصفحة 228 - Many such people are well fed, they sleep soundly, and it seems almost impossible to believe that the fatigue which they feel in the morning can result from imperfect nutrition, more especially as one finds that after moving about, the languor appears in a great measure to pass off. It seems that this languor must depend upon imperfect removal of the waste, products from the body, as we know that the secretion of urine in healthy persons is generally much less during the night than during the day.
الصفحة 185 - Micrococci may be divided, according to their chemical and physiological function, into : (a) septic, (6) zymogenic, (c) chromogenic, and (d) pathogenic micrococci. (a) The septic micrococci are micrococci that occur with other septic bacteria, wherever there is decomposition of organic matter in solids or in fluids. There exists a large number of species of such micrococci, differing from one another in size and mode of growth. They are widely distributed in the air, and contamination by air is...
الصفحة 228 - Water is perhaps the most powerful diuretic we possess, although fewer experiments have been made with it upon animals than with the others. The diuretic action of water drunk by a healthy man is very marked, and it appears impossible to explain its elimination by a mere increase in blood-pressure, whether general or local.
الصفحة 228 - If he indulges either in meat or game, or drinks copiously of claret, or omits one or two glasses of hot water, he feels gouty and gravelly next day. It is obvious that by this plan of treatment, in which the ingestion of nitrogenous food is most strictly limited, at the same time that every facility is given for the elimination of the products of nitrogenous waste by the large quantities of hot water drunk in the course of the day, the accumulation of waste in the tissues ought to be most effectually...
الصفحة 409 - ... chemical substances produced. The different fermentations connected with the different species of fungi afford striking illustrations of this view. According to this theory, we can well understand that — just as in the case of an animal, say a pig, unsusceptible to anthrax — the unsusceptibility being due to the presence in the blood and tissues of a particular chemical substance inimical to the growth of the bacillus anthracis — so also in the case of a sheep or ox that has once passed...
الصفحة 56 - A butcher was brought into the shop of Mr. Macfarlan, the druggist, from the market-place opposite, labouring under a terrible accident. The man on trying to hook up a heavy piece of meat above his head slipped and the sharp hook penetrated his arm so that he himself was suspended. On being examined he was pale, almost pulseless, and expressed himself as suffering acute agony. The arm could not be moved without causing excessive pain, and in cutting off the sleeve he frequently cried out ; yet when...
الصفحة 341 - ... herrings. Supposing that comma-bacilli produce a special poison, the phenomena and course of cholera can be explained as follows: The effect of the poison shows itself partly in an immediate manner, the epithelium, and in the worst cases also the upper layers of the mucous membrane of the intestine, being mortified thereby; it is partly reabsorbed and acts on the organism as a whole, but especially on the organs of circulation, which are as it were paralyzed.
الصفحة 409 - ... kinds of chemical processes, and that as a result of the activity we find different chemical substances produced. The different fermentations connected with the different species of fungi afford striking illustrations of this view. According to this theory, we can well understand that — just as in the case of an animal, say a pig...

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