At this time the data on the use of the drug in this age group are too limited to permit ade-
happens to contain a considerable amount of antisheep hemolysin, the
the members of the Medical Society of this State, for defraying the
should be fastened tightly around the hip bones and should
that post.— Par. 2, .S. O. 2^6, .4. G. O.. Washington, November
way, some authors urge the analogy of post-febrile and toxic paralysis.
Before deciding positively that the tonsils are producing a
a fluid has also a macerating and eroding effect upon the walls
account for the entire loss of blood, the evidence of intra-
capable of rapid reversal of current, and cleansing by
ents had been administered to the patient, but a solu-
man — the most important link, indeed, which has yet been discovered.