Medical Record Volume 19 1881

Medical Record Volume 19 1881
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The Medical Record Bound volume of A Weekly Journal of Medicine See Photo Gallery

Original Edition Volume 19

Publisher-Printing Location: William Wood and Company, New York Date and Numbering: January 1, 1881 to June 25, 1881 Volume 19   Size and Page Count: 7" X10" Tall, 742 Pages

Condition: -Very Good- Buckram Dark Grey cloth bound with gilt lettering on spine, front board top corner edge has wear, spine cover top and bottom edge cracked, book must have been stored carefully through its 130 plus years, text block tight and clear. Previous owners penciled name 'Dr. E.O.Otis Exeter Mtt 23 Bacon Street Boston' See below*

Illustrations Information:  illustrations of devices and charts and tables

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Articles and Information: The Medical Record Bound volume of A Weekly Journal of Medicine and Surgery Edited by George F. Shrady, A.M.,M.D., Surgeon to the Presbyterian and St, Francis Hospitals, New York

First article Cartwright Lectures on the Physiological Antagonism Between Medicines and Between remedies and diseases by Roberts Bartholow M.D.

*Dr. E. O. Otis (previous owner of this book) took the blood pressure of 59 men, 6 boys, 3 young women, at three periods as follows: just before gymnasium work, immediately after, and then a little later after a short rest or after the usual bath. He came to the conclusion that if immediately after exercise the blood pressure is subnormal and remains so for some time, even if the exercise is moderate and not long continued, then for that individual, or for his condition at the time of taking the exercise, we may consider the exertion too strenuous or too prolonged. The effect of systematic training can be well shown by the blood pressure curve. In a number of cases as tested by Otis, the blood pressure would rise high, then fall to subnormal, to return to normal after rest. If this same exercise were persisted in day after day the rise in blood pressure would usually be lower and often at the end of the exercise would still be normal or above normal, showing that the point of fatigue now was not reached. source: Gooble Books Addresses and Proceedings, Volume 51 By National Education Association of the United States

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