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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1857, Vol. 33 free pdf Excerpt from The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1857, Vol. 33 The editor must beg his collaborators to do him the favour of forwarding to him, at their earliest convenience, their communications designed for the next number, as he is about removing his residence, which will disarrange his papers and library and impede his literary labours, and consequently render it necessary to put that number to press at an early period. After the 1st of March next, letters to him should be directed to No.367 Locust St., near 16th St. The medical press of our country has been unusually prolific of original works during the past quarter, and several of them are of so important a character as to demand an early and full notice- we have accordingly considerably extended the review department of this number, and shall always do so whenever circumstances seem to call for it. No specific number of pages is assigned to the different departments, but the space accorded to each is regulated by the importance of the matter which is presented. In our preceding number we inserted a paper "On the Treatment of Delirium Tremens by Chloroform, by W. R. Richardson, M. D., late Assistant Physician in the Hospital, Blackwell Island, New York City." This paper was transmitted to us through a channel which seemed to us to warrant our confidence in its statements. Since its publication we have received a long paper, entitled A Reply to Dr. Richardson on Delirium Tremens, by J. W. Barstow, M. D., Resident Physician of Sanford Hall Asylum, Flushing, L.I., and late Assistant Physician of the Penitentiary Hospital, Blackwell's Island, New York City, the tone and language of which, we regret to say, preclude its publication in this journal. It is sufficient to state that Dr. Barstow represents that he was a member of the late Dr. Wm. Kelly's Medical Staff during fourteen months of his residency in the Penitentiary Hospital- that for four months he had charge of the delirium tremens wards (male) under Dr. K.'s direction- that the cases which Dr. Chamberlain reported, all occurred during his (Dr. Barstow's) term of service on the island- that with most of them he was familiar, and of one or two he had, at times, personally, the charge: and he avers that Dr. Richardson's statements conflict with his experience of the facts. Justice requires that we should make this statement, and having done so we must decline further discussion of the issue here involved. The following works have been received: - Medico-Chirurgical Transactions. Published by the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. Second Series. Volume the twenty-first. London: Longman, Brown, Green

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Author : Unknown Author
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 1330427130
EAN : 9781330427132
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Number of Pages : 598 pages
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