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students, and has produced a work for the student and practitioner representing
m a concise form the existing state of physiology and its methods of investigation,
Dased upon comparative and pathological anatomy, clinical medicine physic, and
chemistry, as well as upon experimental research.

SAUNDER'S POCKET MEDICAL FORMULARY. ByW*.

M. POWELL, M.D., Attending Physician to the Mercer House for Invalid
Women at Atlantic City. Containing 1,750 Formula, selected from several
hundred of the best known authorities. Forming a handsome and convenient
pocket companion of nearly 300 printed pages, with blank leaves for Addi-
tions ; with an Appendix containing Posological Table, Formulae and Doses
for Hypodermatic Medication, Poisons and their Antidotes, Diameters of the
Female Pelvis and Foetal Head, Obstetrical Table, Diet List for Various
Diseases, Materials and Drugs used in Antiseptic Surgery, Treatment of
Asphyxia from Drowning, Surgical Remembrancer, Tables of Incompatibles,
Eruptive Fevers, Weights and Measures, etc. Fourth Edition, revised and
greatly enlarged. Handsomely bound in morocco, with side index, wallet
and flap. Price 7s 6d net.

A concise, clear, and correct record of the many hundreds of famous formulas
which are found scattered through the works of the most eminent physicians and
surgeons of _the world. The work is helpful to the student and practitioner alike,
as through it they become acquainted with numerous formulae which, are not found
in text-books, but have been collected from among the rising generation of the
profession, college professors, and hospital physicians and surgeons.

" This volume contains a collection of prescriptions arranged under the head of
various diseases which they are designed to benefit. The diseases are classified
in alphabetical order, and the volume is supplied with a thumb-nail index, which
renders consultation the more easy. The prescriptions given appear to have been
selected with judgment from a large number of sources, and this handbook will
doubtless often be useful in indicating how an unfamiliar drug may best be
prescribed. It will also be of use sometimes in suggesting new lines of treatment,
for there is no doubt that we are all rather disposed to fall into habits in the
matter of drug prescribing."—British Medical Journal.

" Designed to be of immense help to the gen&ral practitioner in the exercise of
his daily calling."—Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.

" An excellent pocket companion, containing the most satisfactory and rational
formulae used by the leading medical men of Europe and America, introducing in
the many prescriptions contained therein a considerable number of the more im-
portant recently-discovered drugs."—Southern Practitioner.

SIMON'S CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS.  A Manual of Clinical
Diagnosis by means of Microscopic and Chemical Methods.

For Students, Hospital Physicians and Practitioners. By CHARLES E. SIMON,
M.D., Late Assistant Resident Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.
In one very handsome octavo volume of 563 pages, with 133 Illustrations on
wood, and 14 full-page coloured plates. Second Edition, revised and en-
larged. Cloth, price, 16s net.

"The author sets forth the methods most satisfactory and most approved for
determining pathological conditions by chemical and microscopical examinations.
Without other special trainiog the work will be a guide to the attaining of the
essential facts which only chemistry and the microscope can reveal."—The North
American Practitioner.

" This is a very much-needed book. It tells the meaning of the clinical
chemistry and results of microscopical examination of a case, and without their
aid it is impossible to master a diagnostic study of many diseases told by the
various secretions and excretions. A most excellent arrangement consists in the
Differential Table of the More Important Diseases, or of the fluid, secretion or
excretion, under consideration—the table being at the end of each subject dis-