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Página 434 - Of the agony it occasioned I will say nothing. Suffering so great as I underwent cannot be expressed in words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness, and the sense of desertion by God and man, bordering close upon despair, which swept through my mind and overwhelmed my heart I can never forget, however gladly I would do so.
Página 472 - The College of Physicians of Philadelphia announces that the next award of the Alvarenga Prize, being the income for one year of the bequest of the late Senor Alvarenga, and amounting to about One Hundred and Eighty dollars, will be made on July 14, 1893, provided that an Essay deemed by the Committee of Award to be worthy of the prize shall have been offered.
Página 3 - Bch ring's original claim, that if cases were injected on the first or second day the mortality would not be 5 per cent., is more than substantiated by these figures. The good results obtained in third-day injections were a great surprise to your Committee. But after three days have passed the mortality rises rapidly, and does not differ materially from ordinary diphtheria statistics. Our figures emphasize the statement so often made, that relatively little benefit is seen from antitoxin after three...
Página 160 - The ninth annual meeting of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists will be held at the Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, Va., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, September 22, 23 and 24, 1896. The proprietors of the "Jefferson...
Página 11 - The number of cases of genuine nepritis is remarkably small, the deaths from that source numbering but fifteen. (14) The effect of the serum on the nervous system is less marked than upon any other part of the body ; paralytic sequelae being recorded in 9.7 per cent, of the cases, the reports going to show that the protection afforded by the serum is not great unless injections are made very early.
Página 135 - The one who always sees hundreds of cases of a rare disease. The one who can always match your case and improve on your treatment. The one who always finds you have omitted something in the examination of your case. The one who thinks he can talk well, and is always ready to discuss any paper of the evening. The one who is always the first to do the new operation.
Página 385 - Poupart's ligament and midway between the anterior superior spine of the ilium and the spine of the pubes.
Página 6 - ... no unprejudiced mind could see such effects and not be convinced of the value of the serum," etc., etc. In establishing the value of the serum, nothing has been so convincing as the ability of antitoxin, properly administered, to check the rapid spreading of membrane downward in the respiratory tract, as is attested by the observations of more than 350 physicians who have sent in reports. Turning now to the operative cases we find the same remarkable effects of the antitoxin noticeable. Operations...
Página 11 - ... believed to have acted unfavorably upon the heart might be cited a large number in which there was a distinct improvement in the heart's action after the serum was injected. (13) -There is very little, if any, evidence to show that nephritis was caused in any case by the injection of serum. The number of cases of genuine nephritis is remarkably small, the deaths from that source numbering but fifteen.