"The object of the Faculty, in opening this Surgery, is to collect as many interesting cases, as possible, for the benefit and instruction of their pupilsat the same time, they indulge the hope, that it may not only prove an accommodation, but also a matter of economy to the public.
Lord Lister is entitled to the full credit of establishing the aseptic surgery of the present day, in spite of the facts that his doctrine followed rather than preceded his early improvements, that aseptic procedures have been brought nearer perfection elsewhere than in his own country, and that the whole system rests on foundations laid by Pasteur.
You are in a fair way to have enlightenment borne in upon you without leaving your surgery, or at least travelling farther than your substantial gig will take you.
He must have been a farm-servant, living in a bothy, at least as long as he drove on the road or practised surgery in the slaughter-house.
It is to Pasteur, the immortal chemist, that we owe this theory, as well as that of the attenuation of virusesboth of more than theoretical import, since they have given us aseptic surgery, the power of frequently preventing hydrophobia, the antitoxine treatment of diphtheria, and the ability to stay the hand of Death in the form of many a stalking pestilence.
But the moment the young man re-entered the surgery, and just as Faber was turning to go after him, out, like a bolt, shot from the open door a long-legged, gaunt mongrel dog, in such a pitiful state as I will not horrify my readers by attempting to describe.
COOPER, SIR ASTLEY, English surgeon, born in Norfolk; was great in anatomy and a skilful operator, stood high in the medical profession; contributed much by his writings to raise surgery to the rank of a science; was eminent as a lecturer as well as a practitioner (1768-1841).
Del winced, and it was the highest tribute to Dr. Madelene's skill that the patient did not hate her and refuse further surgery.
The news of Morton's achievement spread broadcast, and it was at once realized that it was destined to revolutionize surgery.
I took it apart, and soon he saw the office of each wheel an' pinion an' the infirmity that stopped them an' the surgery to make them sound.
"The skin of my head is torn," he admitted, while suffering the attempted surgery.
It contains a small surgery, and is inhabited by a native who has studied medicine.
CONTENTS INTRODUCTION THIS ARMY OF OURS THE NAVY AND ITS WORK LETTOW AND HIS ARMY INTELLIGENCE GERMAN TREATMENT OF NATIVES GOOD FOR EVIL THE MECHANICAL TRANSPORT THE SURGERY OF THIS WAR MY OPERATING THEATRE AT HANDENI SOME AFRICAN DISEASES HORSE SICKNESS
Life is not long enough for dawdling surgery. 'As regards Lesbia, I can only say that I adore her, and I am enchanted at the idea that I am to run her myself.
These include a surgery and dispensary; schools; the relief of persons in distress; the clothing and educating of a certain number of girls; the maintenance of a lifeboat, life-saving apparatus, and everything necessary for the relief of ship-wrecked persons.
Old Morton knew enough rude surgery to stop the bleeding.
First of all, he performed daring surgery and cautery about the very heart of the Court.
Sure enough, the lizard manifested its presence in the appointed place at the appointed time; but the patient would not permit the surgery, and at the end of three days paid with death the penalty of his obstinacy.