The Cleveland Medical Gazette

From The New York Medical Journal , December 31 , 1887 . LETTERS TO THE EDITOR . Professor Fauvel on the Vin Mariani . 13 RUE GUENEGAUD , PARIS , December 8 , 1887 . To the Editor of the New York Medical Journal : Sir : Will you kindly ...

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Cleveland Medical Gazette

The Cleveland Medical Gazette . A MONTHLY JOURNAL Of medicine and SURGERY ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE . Vol . I begins with November , 1885. Subscriptions can begin at any time . REMITTANCE OF MONEY . - All money should be sent by ...

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Cleveland Medical Gazette

THE CLEVELAND MEDICAL GAZETTE . ... A Paper read before the Union Medical Society ( Indiana ) , December 3 , 1860 . ... 13 . exudation ; the mucous membrane around the patches of exudation Original Communications ARTICLE I.

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The Cleveland Medical Gazette Vol 13

About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

Author: Samuel W. Kelley

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Excerpt from The Cleveland Medical Gazette, Vol. 13: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery Among the most evident of the effects of atropin are those which it exerts on the vascular system, and it is certainly a most valuable remedy when the blood-vessels are involved. Its use will frequently abort an incipient tonsilitis or favorably influence a superficial cutaneous inflammation, and while not very generally employed for the purpose its controlling power is very decided in hem orrhage, especially when passive in character. Severe epistaxis will frequently yield to small doses, and this is also true Of some varieties of uterine hemorrhage, especially metrorrhagia. Hemoptysis requires relatively large doses - one-sixtieth of a grain or more - and while the physio logical eflect of the drug usually follows, the hemorrhage is generally promptly controlled. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office

12-13-60 . Ci , 39 . . Niesemann , F. , Co .: SeeRagon , Eleanor , Cleveland , Ohio . 711,932 , pub . 12-13-60 . Niesemann , Fritz . Čl . 44 . ... Sanford Laboratories , Inc. , from Medical Arts Laboratories PRM S.p.A. , Milan , Italy .

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Too Much for Human Endurance

9 Edward C. Culp, The 25th Ohio Infantry in the War for the Union (Topeka, KS, 1885), 99; Samuel W. Kelley, ed., The Cleveland Medical Gazette, vol. 13 (Cleveland, OH, 1898), 58; CMSR No. 1987, National Archives.

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The bloodstains are gone, but the worn floorboards remain. The doctors, nurses, and patients who toiled and suffered and ached for home at the Army of the Potomac’s XI Corps hospital at the George Spangler Farm in Gettysburg have long since departed. Happily, though, their stories remain, and noted journalist and George Spangler Farm expert Ronald D. Kirkwood brings these people and their experiences to life in “Too Much for Human Endurance”: The George Spangler Farm Hospitals and the Battle of Gettysburg. Using a massive array of firsthand accounts, Kirkwood re-creates the sprawling XI Corps hospital complex and the people who labored and suffered there—especially George and Elizabeth Spangler and their four children, who built a thriving 166-acre farm only to witness it nearly destroyed when war paid them a bloody visit that summer of 1863. Stories rarely if ever told of nurses, surgeons, ambulance workers, musicians, teenage fighters, and others are weaved seamlessly through gripping, smooth-flowing prose. A host of notables spent time at the Spangler farm, including Union officers George G. Meade, Henry J. Hunt, Edward E. Cross, Francis Barlow, Francis Mahler, Freeman McGilvery, and Samuel K. Zook. Pvt. George Nixon III, great-grandfather of President Richard M. Nixon, would die there, as would Confederate Gen. Lewis A. Armistead, who fell mortally wounded at the height of Pickett’s Charge. In addition to including the most complete lists ever published of the dead, wounded, and surgeons at the Spanglers’ XI Corps hospital, this study breaks new ground with stories of the First Division, II Corps hospital at the Spanglers’ Granite Schoolhouse. Kirkwood also establishes the often-overlooked strategic importance of the property and its key role in the Union victory. Army of the Potomac generals took advantage of the farm’s size, access to roads, and central location to use it as a staging area to get artillery and infantry to the embattled front line from Little Round Top north to Cemetery Hill just in time to prevent its collapse and a Confederate breakthrough. “Too Much for Human Endurance”: The George Spangler Farm Hospitals and the Battle of Gettysburg introduces readers to heretofore untold stories of the Spanglers, their farm, those who labored to save lives and those who suffered and died there. They have finally received the recognition their place in history deserves.

Medical Review

Ergot is in no case to be given before the birth pipe . The old lady proudly affirmed that she had never of the child . been ill.- Cleveland Medical Gazette . 13. Within twelve hours after any confinement the midwife must report ...

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Medical Malpractice in Nineteenth Century America

Cleveland Medical Gazette 13 (1897–1898):687–7oo. Hamilton, Frank H. Fracture Tables. Buffalo: Jewett, Thomas, 1853. . “Deformities after Fractures.” TAMA 8 (1855):349–54. . “Report on Deformities after Fractures.” TAMA 8 (1855):347–93; ...

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Highly readable . . . . interdisciplinary history of a high order. -- The Historian Well-written and superbly documented . . . . Both physicians and lawyers will find this book useful and fascinating. -- Journal of the American Medical Association This is the first book-length historical study of medical malpractice in 19th-century America and it is exceedingly well done . . . . The author reveals that, beginning in the 1840s, Americans began to initiate malpractice lawsuits against their physicians and surgeons. Among the reasons for this development were the decline in the belief in divine providence, increased competition between physicians and medical sects, and advances in medical science that led to unrealistically high expectations of the ability of physicians to cure . . . . This book is well written, often entertaining and witty, and is historically accurate, based on the best secondary, as well as primary sources from the time period. Highly recommended. -- Choice Adept at not only traditional historical research but also cultural studies, the author treats the reader to an intriguing discussion of how 19th-century Americans came truly to see their bodies differently . . . . a sophisticated new standard in the field of malpractice history. -- The Journal of the Early Republic By far the best compilation and analysis of early medical malpractice cases I have seen . . . . this excellently crafted study is bound to be of interest to a large number of readers. -- James C. Mohr, author of Abortion in America: The Origins and Evolution of a National Policy

London Medical Gazette

Or, Journal of Practical Medicine . 1 85 5 16 1 . 13 to a los 3. The students shall be subject to such this discussion might be satisfactorily ter . duties and restrictions as the Conocil minated , if the latter body would pablish shall ...

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