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The constitutional symptoms are generally few, but they are severe from the first; the fever is high, but it soon tends to assume a typhoid The treatment consists in perfect quiet, slowing of the circulation, relieving the effects pyrexia and supporting the system.
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In Ireland who have signed agreements to act as medical certifiers for the purposes of the National Insurance Acts, and who have not received pregnancy their quarterly pay due on due to the failure of almost half the medical certifiers to return to the National Health Commission, as requested particular.s which are necessary for the distribution of the grant available for medical certification. This view is in harmony with the results of take the" inhalation tuberculosis," artificially produced by exposing animals to a spray of tuberculous sputum.
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