Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, Volume 25 (Google eBook)

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1903 - Alcoholism
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Page 417 - Latterly I have been using heroin very extensively in tablet form in combination with antikamnia, and found the combination to act charmingly, both for relieving pain and in procuring comfortable, restful sleep, so very desirable and necessary after sleepless periods, caused by a protracted, irritable cough. The soothing rest in these cases was also characterized by a light but wellmarked fall in temperature; but the greatest benefit of all in this treatment is that, although the distressing frequency...
Page 207 - ... of the corresponding months of last year. In fact, it is the growth of the business which necessitated the removal into larger quarters, where the company has 75 per cent, more space than in its old plant. The steadily growing esteem in which the Antikamnia Chemical Company's products...
Page 309 - Pa pine, a preparation of opium from which the narcotic and convulsive elements have been removed, rendering it a safe remedy for children, as well as for those of mature age. . . . Up to a year ago I always gave chlorodyne tablets and viburnum for after-pains. Then I came across a case that refused to yield to them in the time I was accustomed to have them do so, and I concluded to try papine. Its results, to make the story short, were such that I now never give anything else for after-pains, and...
Page 101 - Papine may be briefly defined as the only opiate which is free from the evil effects which I have just named. It is very prompt, in this respect excelling any other opiate, and it never produces nausea, constipation and the usual woes that go hand in hand with the old-time opiates. Papine is. therefore, the remedy which is indicated in all forms of inflammatory pain. It is given in doses of one teaspoonful every one, two, or three hours, until its anodyne action is attained.
Page 208 - In fact, it is the growth of the business which necessitated the removal into larger quarters, where the company has 75 per cent, more space than in its old plant. The steadily growing esteem in which the Antikamnia Chemical Company's products are held by the medical profession throughout the world, is due to the...
Page 309 - I have long been using, and have not yet seen one case in which the habit was formed, nor ever had any complaint as to evil after-effects. This remedy is Papine, a preparation of opium from which the narcotic and convulsive elements have been removed, rendering it a safe remedy for children as well as for those of mature age. Up to a year ago I always gave chlorodyne tablets and viburnum for after-pains. Then I came across a case that refused to yield to them in the time I was accustomed to have...
Page 190 - A Text-Book of Physiology. By JOSEPH H. RAYMOND, AM, MD, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene in the Long Island College Hospital, and Director of Physiology in Hoagland Laboratory, New York. Octavo, 668 pages, 443 illustrations. Cloth, $3.50 net, SALINGER AND KALTEYER'S MODERN MEDICINE.
Page 101 - Hill's Wife's Sister," was published in the September Criterion (1901), are resumed in the January number with the fourth paper of the series, " Sam Hill, Sheriff of Knowlton, Kaintuck," and purport to be related by " Chinnie Bill Smith," the famous story teller of
Page 147 - Wreaths of lotus flowers for the limbs And for the bosom of thy sister, dwelling in thy heart Sitting beside thee. Let song and music be made before thee. Cast behind thee all cares and mind thee of pleasure, Till cometh the day when we draw towards the land That loveth silence...
Page 190 - By Joseph Howard Raymond, AM, MD, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene in the Long Island College Hospital, and Director of Physiology in Hoagland Laboratory, New York city. Second edition, entirely rewritten and greatly enlarged.

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