London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Volumen 37,Parte 2

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Página 444 - ... to inspect and report periodically on the sanitary condition of any town or district, to ascertain the existence of diseases, more especially epidemics increasing the rates of mortality, and to point out the existence of any...
Página 445 - ... and to perform any other duties of a like nature which may be required of him...
Página 445 - ... to direct the performance of a post-mortem examination, with or without an analysis of the contents of the stomach or intestines...
Página 242 - If several persons respectively entitled to inherit from one another happen to perish in the same event, such as a wreck, a battle, or a conflagration, without any possibility of ascertaining who died first, the presumption of survivorship is determined by the circumstances of the tact. Art. 937. In the absence of circumstances of the fact...
Página 523 - Member of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons, England. Volume 1, "General and Operative Surgery.
Página 144 - ... disgusting kind. Beyond this court the second passage led to a second square court, occupied in the same way by its dunghill ; and from this court there was yet a third passage leading to a third court, and third dungheap. There were no privies or drains- there, and the dungheaps received all filth which the swarm of wretched inhabitants could give...
Página 107 - Blane, in their capacity of commissioners of the board for sick and wounded seamen, in 1795, we believe, that its systematic introduction into nautical diet, by a general order of the admiralty, is owing. The effect of this wise measure (taken, of course, in conjunction with the general causes of improved health,) may be estimated from the following facts : — In 1780, the number of cases of scurvy received into Haslar hospital was 1457 ; in 1806 one only, and in 1807 one.
Página 247 - The slight delirium that followed the action of the narcotic, was of a strange, yet not unpleasant kind. I wished to be in constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very vivid. Thoughts came and went, and ludicrous and fantastic spectacles were always uppermost in my mind. I was conscious that my language and gesticulations were extravagant, yet I had neither power nor will to do otherwise...
Página 255 - To endeavour to introduce a more philosophical and accurate view of the relations of remedies to the animal economy and to diseases, so as to dissociate in the minds of practitioners the notions of post hoc and propter hoc. The general adoption by practitioners in recording their experience, of the system known by the name of the Numerical Method, is essential to the attainment of the ends proposed in the preceding paragraphs, as well as in many that are to follow.
Página 58 - AN ACT to amend an Act passed in the Ninth Year of Her Majesty, " Forthc Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics" - - (20 August.) XCVII. AN ACT to consolidate and amend the Laws for the Provision and Regulation of Lunatic Asylums for Counties and Boroughs, and for the Maintenance and Care of Pauper Lunatics in England - - - (-20 August.) XCVI1I.

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