CONCERNING A FEW UNUSUAL REMEDIES

  [Presented before the Conn. Homoeopathic Medical Society, Oct. 21, 1930.]. ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.   These remarks are a bid for table talk rather than any attempt at scholastic description of the remedies mentioned. It is simply personal experience, and personal experience in materia medica means a good deal more to me than any dry-as-dust … Read more

HAEMORRHAGE FOLLOWING ABORTION

  [Presented at the I.H.A., Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, June 1930.]. LAWRENCE M. STANTON, M.D.   The patient, a young married woman, the mother of two children, had now a third well on the way. This pregnancy was deemed inadvisable and the obstetrician, for tenable reasons, felt justified in inducing abortion. The operation was performed … Read more