Medical Times and Gazette, Volumen1

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J. & A. Churchill, 1864
 

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Página 161 - Published under the direction of the General Council of Medical Education and Registration of the United Kingdom, pursuant to the Medical Act (1858), 1885.
Página 132 - He will not be afraid of any evil tidings : for his heart standeth fast, and believeth in the Lord.
Página 112 - The General Council shall cause to be published under their Direction a Book containing a List of Medicines and Compounds, and the Manner of preparing them, together with the true Weights and Measures by which they are to be prepared and mixed, and containing such other Matter and Things relating thereto as the General Council shall think fit, to be called
Página 124 - Person is insane, it shall be lawful for One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, upon Receipt of such Certificate, to direct, by Warrant under his Hand, that such Person shall be removed to such County Lunatic Asylum or other proper Receptacle for Insane Persons as the said Secretary of State may judge proper and appoint...
Página 124 - Certificate, to direct, by Warrant under his Hand, that such Person shall be removed to such County Lunatic Asylum or other proper Receptacle for Insane Persons as the said Secretary of State may judge proper and appoint ; and every Person so removed under this Act, or already removed or in Custody under any former Act relating to Insane Prisoners, shall remain under Confinement in such County Asylum or other proper Receptacle as aforesaid, or in any other County Lunatic Asylum or other proper Receptacle...
Página 285 - If a man knew that he was using medicines beyond his knowledge, and was meddling with things above his reach, that was culpable rashness. Negligence might consist in using medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark in the administration of medicines was guilty of gross negligence.
Página 151 - ... and it is much more for the credit and rank of that honourable body, and perhaps for their benefit also, that they should be so considered.
Página 285 - ... who died in consequence. Another sort of gross negligence consisted in rashness, where a person was not sufficiently skilled in dealing with dangerous medicines, which should be carefully used, of the properties of which he was ignorant, or how to administer a proper dose. A person who with ignorant rashness, and without skill in his profession, used such a dangerous medicine acted with gross negligence.
Página 130 - Act, of all persons who shall be entitled to be registered under this Act, and to erase the names of all registered persons who shall have died...
Página 200 - One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, no Certificate required by any Act now in force, or that may hereafter be passed, from any Physician, Surgeon, Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery, or other Medical Practitioner, shall be valid unless the Person signing the same be registered under this Act.

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