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Strona 28 - The object of the author from the outset has not been to make the work a mere lexicon or dictionary of terms, but to afford, under each, a condensed view of its various medical relations, and thus to render the work an epitome of the existing condition of medical science.
Strona 193 - The devil is tying a knot in my leg ! Mark, Luke, and John, unloose it, I beg! — Crosses three, &c. And really, upon getting out of bed, where the cramp most frequently occurred, pressing the sole of the foot on the cold floor, and then repeating this charm...
Strona 342 - Beverage, — one breakfast cupful of cafe au hit ; that is, clear strong infusion of coffee, with scalded milk, in the proportion of one-third of the former to two-thirds of the latter.
Strona 173 - A spasmodic affection of the chest and larynx in young children, accompanied by general or partial convulsions.
Strona 158 - Mix the acid with half a pint of distilled water, and gradually add the marble. Towards the close of the effervescence apply a gentle heat, and, when the action has ceased, pour off the clear liquid, and evaporate to dryness.
Strona 428 - ... in a mist. Under the temperate zone in Europe, the temperature is more uniform on the high mountains than in the plains. At the Hospital of St Gothard, for instance, the difference between the mean temperature of the warmest and coldest months is 17'3° ; while under the same parallel, nearly at the level of the sea, it is 20° or 21°.
Strona 281 - The bandages are soaked in a solution, in water, of the dextrine — previously moistened thoroughly with tincture of camphor, to prevent it from leaking when the water is added. The solution should be of the consistence of molasses. DEXTRINUM, Dextrine. DI, it, tig, 'bis, twice, double/ Hence, Dicrotut, Digantricust Ac. DIA, cm, in composition, 'through, asunder, out of, separated.
Strona 419 - Boil them to a proper thickness, then add a quarter of a pound of sugar, and two spoonsful of yeast. Set the whole in a warm place near the fire, for six or eight weeks, then place it in the open air until it becomes a syrup ; lastly, decant, filter, and bottle it up, adding a little sugar to each bottle.