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Buy - ten minutes after the bleeding small quantities were taken for examination and the following results obtained: Red specific gravity of blood, lOo.'J.O; specific gravity of serum, It will be noted that there was no immedicte change in the quality of the blood: at least no striking change. Here in New York there is every year some pretense of curbing the juvenile propensity to make a noise, but it always proves illusory, and the deadly work goes on. All were rescued reviews after the accident. The text and forms have been prepared to help physicians and hospitals but at best, they are a poor substitute for competent local legal advice.