3 edition of THE LONDON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SPECTATOR found in the catalog.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "THE LONDON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SPECTATOR" See other formats. The medical witness was unpaid, and his courtroom appearance might endanger his reputation; nevertheless, his ethical responsibility was clear: It is a complaint made by coroners, magistrates, and judges, that medical gentlemen are often reluctant in the performance of the offices required from them as citizens qualified, by professional.
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THE gradual in-dropping of strictly medical books, which the open. ing of the Winter Session in the London schools has given rise to, has caused an accumulation of professional works without any direct bearing upon temporary subjects, or any ever-general interest —as digestion.
Still we will endeavour to give such an account of them as shall convey an idea of their scope and. The Spectator (–) The London Review () Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life (–). Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal, later became British Medical Journal A story book for little children (–).
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Then there’s the dog’s breakfast story of a man just returned from coronavirus hot-spot Italy who was shunted by his GP practice to a government help-line. The fact that our economy is so dependent on China, that tertiary institutions like Melbourne and Sydney universities are reliant on overseas students for their financial survival and that we suffer shortages of essential items like baby milk formula, surgical masks, hand sanitisers and gloves in a time of most need illustrate the magnitude of the problem.
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Association Medical Journal (); British Medical Journal () In the Provincial Medical and Surgical Society was founded in London by Sir Charles Hastings (). Hastings’ main clinical interests lay in chest and infectious diseases, but he was more interested in the advancement of medicine as a profession.
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