American Medical Times, Volumen3

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George Frederick Shrady, Stephen Smith
1861
 

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Página 96 - Virginia as shall be willing to engage in the service of the United States for the term of three years...
Página 44 - the allowance of hospital attendants in the field will be, for one company, one steward, one nurse, and one cook; for each additional company, one nurse; and for commands of over five companies, one additional cook.
Página 55 - In whatever form it may be employed, a portion of the active principles of the tobacco, mixed with the saliva, invariably finds its way into the stomach, and disturbs or impairs the functions of that organ. Hence, most, if not all of those who are accustomed to the use of tobacco, labor under dyspeptic symptoms.
Página 200 - Medicine," the student must exhibit to the Dean evidence of having pursued the study of Medicine and Surgery for the term of three years, with some respectable Practitioner of Medicine, (including lecture terms) ; must have attended two full courses of lectures, the last of which must have been in the College of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Michigan, and...
Página 112 - Their number shall be regulated by the exigencies of service, at no time to exceed fifty. It shall be composed of young men of liberal education, students of medicine, between the ages of eighteen and twentythree, who have been reading medicine for two years and have attended at least one course of lectures in a medical college. They shall enlist for one year, and be subject to the rules and articles of war. On the fifteenth day of the last month of...
Página 55 - Tobacco is, in fact, an absolute poison. A very moderate quantity introduced into the system — even applying the moistened leaves over the stomach — has been known very suddenly to extinguish life. The Indians of our own country were well aware of its poisonous effects, and we're accustomed, it is said, on certain occasions, to dip the points of their arrows in an oil obtained from the leaves, which being inserted into the flesh, occasioned sickness and fainting, or even convulsions and death.
Página 112 - That there be added to the medical staff of the army a corps of medical cadets, whose duty it shall be to act as drcssere in the general hospitals and as ambulance attendants in the field under the direction and control of the medical officers alone. They shall have the same rank and pay as the military cadets at West Point.
Página 284 - Diagrams of the Nerves of the Human Body, exhibiting their Origin, Divisions, and Connexions, with their Distribution to the various Regions of the Cutaneous Surface, and to all the Muscles. By WILLIAM H. FLOWER, FRCS, FRS, Hunterian Professor of Comparative Anatomy, and Conservator of the Museum, Royal College of Surgeons. Third Edition, containing 6 Plates.
Página 200 - To be admitted to the degree of "Doctor of Medicine," the student must exhibit evidence of having pursued the study of Medicine and Surgery for the term of three years with some respectable practitioner of medicine (including lecture terms ;) must have attended two full courses of lectures, the last of which must have been in the College of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Michigan, and the previous one in this or some other...
Página 124 - General or medical officer in charge, it is expedient to do so, the number of female nurses to be indicated by the Surgeon-General or surgeon in charge of the hospital; the nurses so employed to receive forty cents a day and one ration in kind, or by commutation, in lieu of all emoluments except transportation in kind.

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