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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-219

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faculty of medicine 215 MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS Ν Tirard Professor In this Course an account is given of the natural history chemical composition and mode of action of the Substances used as Medicines and of their Therapeutics The Lectures are illustrated by Experiments and by the Drugs and Pharmaceutical Preparations presented to King's llege by the Society of Apothecaries and other donors to the College The Museum is further enriched by the col- lection of the late Professor Royle and has an extensive series of coloured drawings of plants Collection of Materia Medica has been formed expressly for the use of Students PRACTICAL PHARMACY This subject is taught in the Hospital by the Plead Dispenser Fee £3 3s The object of this Course is to give practical knowledge of writing and dispensing prescriptions The most com- monly used pharmaceutical processes are demonstrated to and worked by the Students Most of the important officinal and other preparations are made as Infusions Decoctions Pills Powders Solutions Tinctures Liniments Lotions Ointments Suppositories Plasters Mixtures Emulsions Syrups OBSTETRIC MEDICINES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN Playfair Professor Practical Obstetrics Hayes Lecturer This Course embraces consideration of the following subjects The Physiology Pathology and Treatment of Preg- nancy Labour and Childbed The Diseases to which Women are peculiarly liable their Pathology and Treatment Dr Hayes gives weekly demonstration in Practical Midwifery during the Summer Session
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