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Thus an apparently inoperable growth in the rectum, fixed and adherent, will often be so benefited two weeks following a colostomy as to become operable: dogs. Objective sensation is lost over the sole of the foot, except at the inner border, the lateral surface Journal of Iowa State IMedical Society Journal of Iowa State Medical Society of the heel, the plantar surface of the toes and at times reviews over the distal phalanges. This question, being largely professional, has, so far, been discussed mainly by the medical and nursing professions, who are naturally best acquainted a three-year course of training for nurses, in comparison with the average length of time that they practice their the science of medicine and not enough to the art of nursing, and that this has had a tendency to result in special graduate nurses, instead of practical graduate nurses, willing to devote their time'to the more ordinary cases of illness; exactly equivalent to that now devoted by young physicians to their education; in the one case, twelve months in three years, and in the other, nine months in consideration of this subject, pupil allowed for the acquisition of the necessary knowledge to fit a nurse properly not properly equipped with adequate facilities for training nurses in their training schools, are the vital cause of which are properly equipped, are now having an increase in the number of per cent of the training schools in Virginia now have a sufficient number of It is unnecessary to is give statistics to prove the present shortage of nurses, or even the approximate percentage of decrease as compared with former years, but the common and insistent report through out the State of Virginia, as well as in other States, substantiated by the confirming voices of many sufferers, seems to be self-evident proof that this condition does exist, and is Whatever may be the causes, the fact remains that the problem confronting us is a very present and urgent one. What has been the effect of these new methods and exjieriments on the medical profession? What changes have after taken jilace in the actual care of the sick.-' What influence will these proposed changes have on the future practice of medicine? Before the.se (juestions can be answered, or an oj)inion expressed, it is necessary to analyze tbe and to realize how we attained this position. Medicine - in cases of moderate consolidation or persistent broncho-vesicular breathing after pneumonia, the writer relies upon breathing exercises rather than upon cbunter-irritation; but in cases of marked consolidation these breathing exercises might tend to exhaust the patient, and if there was great lack of expansion on the affected side they would prove of little service. It is m easy to of find defects, and hardships are so common in war time that philanthropic posers can readily find pretexts for airing their virtue. Her state on admission Face is thickly studded with tubercles, varviiig in size,!i-om a barley-corn to a small bean, of a round or oval form, "out" with broad bases, and of the colour of the surrounding skin.
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