The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science: Consisting of Original Communications, Reviews, Retrospects, and Reports, Including the Latest Discoveries in Medicine, Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 12

Hodges and Smith, 1851

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Page xii - DR. COTTLE. A MANUAL OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY FOR STUDENTS; being a Condensation of the Subject, a Conservation of the Matter, and a Record of Facts and Principles up to the present Day. Fcap. 8vo., 5s. DR. COTTON.
Page xii - A Dictionary of Practical Medicine: Comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases, Morbid Structures, and the Disorders especially...
Page iv - MR. LIONEL J. BEALE, MRCS THE LAWS OF HEALTH IN THEIR RELATIONS TO MIND AND BODY. A Series of Letters from an Old Practitioner to a Patient. Post 8vo. cloth, 7a.
Page 92 - 'DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND GENERATIVE ORGANS IN BOTH SEXES. Third Edition. 8vo. cloth, £1. Is. With Plates, £1. 11s. 6d. The Plates alone, limp cloth, 10s. 6d. THE...
Page 399 - XXV. The wards for the most excited class should be constructed with rooms on but one side of a corridor, not less than ten feet wide, the external windows of which should be large, and have pleasant views from them. XXVI. Wherever practicable, the pleasure-grounds of a hospital for the insane should be surrounded by a substantial wall, so placed as not to be unpleasantly visible from the building.
Page 399 - A complete system of forced ventilation, in connection with the heating, is indispensable to give purity to the air of a hospital for the insane ; and no expense that is required to effect this object thoroughly can be deemed either misplaced or injudicious.
Page 398 - No chamber for the use of a single patient should ever be less than eight by ten feet, nor should the ceiling of any story occupied by patients be less than twelve feet in height. XII. The floors of patients' apartments ghoulu always be of wood.
Page 89 - Without doubting, therefore, that ovarian irritation may disturb the menstrual functions in various ways, 1 cannot agree with those who think that it invariably does so, nor yet with those who are inclined to attribute all menstrual disorders to deviations from the normal condition of the ovaries. I need not occupy time by enumerating many causes for its production : all those which act upon either the uterus or ovary and disturb their functions, may be considered as causes of ovarian irritation,...
Page 398 - ... both sides of a corridor, the corridors should be furnished at both ends with movable glazed sashes, for the free admission of both light and air.
Page xii - HALF-YEARLY ABSTRACT OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES; being a Practical and Analytical Digest of the Contents of the Principal British and Continental Medical Works published in the preceding Half-Year; together with a Critical Report of the Progress of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences during the same period.

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