They enumerate and identify feats of accomplishments that seem almost unbelievable. As with all anticholinergics, inhibition of lactation may occur Precautions: In elderly and debilitated, limit dosage to smallest effective amount to preclude ataxia, oversedation, confusion (no tolerated) Though generally not recommended, if combination therapy with other psychotropics seems indicated, carefully consider pharmacology of agents, liquid particularly potentiating drugs such as MAO inhibitors, phenothiazmes Observe usual precautions in presence of impaired renal or hepatic function Paradoxical reactions reported in psychiatric patients Employ usual precautions in treating anxiety states with evidence of impending depression, suicidal tendencies may be present and protective measures necessary Variable effects on blood coagulation reported very rarely in patients receiving the drug and oral anticoagulants, causal relationship not established Adverse Reactions: Mo side effects or manifestations not seen with either compound alone reported with Librax When chlordiazepoxide MCI is used alone, drowsiness, ataxia, confusion may occur, especially in elderly and debilitated, avoidable in most cases by proper dosage adjustment but also occasionally observed at lower dosage ranges byncope reported in a few instances Also encountered isolated instances of skin eruptions, edema, minor menstrual irregularities, nausea and constipation, extrapyramidal symptoms, with dosage reduction, changes in EEG patterns may appear during and after treatment, blood dyscrasias (including agranulocytosis), jaundice, hepatic dysfunction reported occasionally with chlordiazepoxide MCI, making periodic blood counts and liver function tests advisable during protracted therapy Adverse effects reported with Librax typical of anticholinergic agents, i e, dryness of mouth, blurring of vision, urinary hesitancy, constipation Constipation has occurred most often when Librax therapy is combined with other Artist's concept of myoelectrlcal slow waves of the colon which seem to determine the frequency of colonic motor activity.


A bandage may be used to keep the poultice in place.

Attempts should nevor be made to arrest the discharge by injections, as the consequences are sometimes most dangerous.

Let us allow everybody to think and reflect before death; it is a right to which they are entitled, and of which they should not be deprived. The distance in each race jambard, required thirty-six seconds to run the same distance; and was, moreover, defeated by two other cuissards besides the champion. When I saw the case, the horizontal portion of the bone was involved from the second bicuspid tooth back to the last molar tooth, and almost completely through the body of the bone, as you will see by the specimen that there is only a small spicula, not over oneeighth of an inch thick, with but a small part of the inferior border remaining. It is not intended, however, for the scientist, and the average layman to whom it is addressed might with profit take the author's injunctions to heart. The region of the wound was hard and somewhat painful, probably from having been bruised by the teeth of the man who sucked the wound; it remained so for about three hours. And she lays there to the sayin' about'em, fer as to peaceful new-born babes, I never see one that come t' anything that did no' screech as cf the haouse was afire,'n"t wanted to call all the fire engines within ten miles." Dr. He supposes the former phenomena to be the effect of the latter, and the two together to account for The exhaustion of the nervous centres thus induced is shown by the general state of muscular relaxation, the loss of tone throughout the vascular system, and the state of semiunconsciousness mto which the patient is thrown. There resulted from this, at the end of a few years, a condition such as one should have anticipated. This would reduce the deaths to less than half what they are now and do away with most of the agonizing deaths from tetanus. Appended to the article is a temperature, pulse and respiratory chart, in the perusal of which it will be seen that the injections at times were followed by an elevation of temperature. May end fatally in a few hours, or patient may struggle on for two or three TREATMENT. With an unskilled or careless administrator it is probably more dangerous than ether, but not as dangerous as chloroform.

A jug of hot water may be placed to the feet with advantage.

In addition there was an abdominal Poupart's ligament, causing almost complete intestinal evisceration. The Recorder is an independent medical magazine published for physicians by a physician. Wash well, every evening before going to bed, with water and castile soap, and allow it to dry in. Dominated by the master mind of airi'stian Fenger, our efforts to minimize all danger were most exacting and, were it not for the seriousness of our endeavor, would to-day seem absurd. The sanatorium movement was particularly emphasized as the most far-reaching and efficient means of attacking tuberculosis. Therefore, they must charge higher premiums for the same protection. It seemed partially paralyzed about its throat.

A cupful may be taken every morning to keep the bowels open.

With use, the range of motion gradually increases; in many cases, the restoration of joint function is complete. As to the nature of the growth, the history excluded everything except oedema, haematoma and abscess: injection. Luke, who said of Christ that in agony He prayed more earnestly," and His sweat wag, as it were, great drops of blood falling Pooley quotes the case of a young woman of indolent habit who in a religious fanatical trance sweated blood.