Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Band 11,Ausgabe 3

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Seite 135 - Paraldehyd in each fluidounce, dissolved in an aromatic menstruum whereby the objectionable taste of the chemical is to a great extent disguised, and the preparation rendered palatable.
Seite 135 - I used in a case of Exophthalmic Goitre. The patient has been bed-ridden for three years, and it has given her more comfort than anything she has taken, and enables her to go about her room with comparative ease. The reputation of your house gives assurance that these valuable remedies are what they are represented to be, and I can recommend them both. Yours truly, (Signed) TP SATTERWHITE, MD OFFICE OF MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH, ) ANDREW J.
Seite 124 - This is obtainable, at any time, by a member of any State or local Medical Society which is entitled to send delegates to the Association. All that is necessary is for the applicant to write to the Treasurer of the Association, Dr.
Seite 133 - ... beneficial rather than harmful, and thus the effect of corrosive sublimate is obtained without its risks or dangers. . . ." Further on Dr. Squibb mentions that CHARLES MARCHAND is one of the oldest and best makers of Peroxide of Hydrogen, and one who supplies it to all parts of the country. CAUTION. — By specifying in your prescriptions " Ch. Marchand's Peroxide of Hydrogen (Medicinal), which is sold only in J^-lb., J^-lb.
Seite 115 - ... for measuring out and discharging into the vault or pan below a sufficient quantity of sifted dry earth to entirely cover the solid ordure and to absorb the urine.
Seite 133 - Jittle known and its nature and action so little understood. . . " Now, if diphtheria be at first a local disease, and be auto-infectious ; that is, if it be propagated to the general organism by a contagious virus located about the tonsils, and if this virus be, as it really is, an albuminoid substance, it may and will be destroyed by this agent upon a sufficient and a sufficiently repeated contact.

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