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The hydrate of chloral in combination with tincture of liyoscyamus is, according to our experience, the best in a large majority for ot cases. What is the object of medical education? It is to enable the practitioner, on the one hand, to prevent disease by his knowledge of hygiene, and on the other hand, to divine its nature, and to alleviate or cure it, by his divalproex knowledge of pathology, therapeutics, and practical medicine. The child was one of nine, seven of whom had died previously, several under circumstances and presenting symptoms suggestive of lymphatism (dose). The sister States on Since the annual meeting of this society funds with much more liberality to the de- three members of the component county velopment of their.State Boards of Health societies of this body have completed their work, and gentlemen, I point it to you as earthly course and passed into loss the presence one of your professional publicist duties to of the Great Physician above. This plan is all wrong, instead of "1500" curing her you make of her a very' wrong, and the result can only be chronic invalid.

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When the accident does occur the best treatment is the Elevation of the Patient's Head, the hypodermic administration of Morphine to allay disorder the pain, the cleansing of the eye with an Antiseptic Solution, and careful watching that Enucleation may be performed as early as the condition of the eye demands. This being the case, it is evident that the pressure at the surface is distributed at mg right angles to the latter in all directions. In medical or surgical practice, applications of "bowel" are used, and for this reason an instrument is necessary capable of efficiently controlling such small currents. The lapse of a few months indicated that the novel experiment was successful, and at the expiration of the natural incontinence time both were presented with heirs! This instance answers better for an illustration of my position than for an example worthy of imitation by others. He told me, or tries to tell me, and the patients say he gives them water, at least three bipolar quarts a day, and has them go throughexercises.