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Dr. Colbeck says, and he has good authority for the statement, that digitalis should seldom be given in cases of aortic regurgitation which has developed after the patient has reached middle life, since at this time, the ventricular wall is seldom sound. The agent should be avoided in all cases where there are evidences of myocardial degeneration.

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Dr. G. U. Snapp of Newbury, Ore., writes us that there is a fine location in the Wilmette Valley, Oregon. He is confident that the right man can make money from the start, and will take pleasure in giving anyone who writes him, full information.

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Desesquelle advises the use of a saturated bromoform water in tablespoonful doses to overcome seasickness. The dose is taken when the first symptoms are observed and may be repeated a number of times through the day.

Ellingwood's Therapeutist, Vol. 2, 1908, was edited by Finley Ellingwood M.D.

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