Vital Statistics of Boston

1867 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
oz.) of water, with 15 grains of Boudault's pepsine, and 81 grains-of bicarbonate of soda to a pound of meat (weighed raw), the chemicals costing about seven pence. Where pepsine is unattainable, strips of calves' stomach answer very well, or we do not see why the rennet prepared from it, and used for curdling milk, should not be employed. The food thus prepared keeps well until neutralized, but not so well afterwards. One point to be noticed is, that no metallic vessel should be used in the
more » ... cess, lest the acid act upon it." Dr. Greene's Treatment of Fractured Clavicle.-Messrs. Editoes,-I have met with most gratifying results in the treatment of a fractured clavicle with the use of adhesive plaster, as recommended by Dr. Win. "Warren Greene. The fracture was perfectly united in three weeks, without the slightest deformity.
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