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" That the great majority of medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions, and pass without material change, by a process of absorption, through the coats of the stomach and intestines, to enter the capillaries of the portal... "
The Eclectic Medical Journal - Page 555
1853
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 12

Medicine - 1853
...great fundamental rule of the action of medicines through the medium of the blood and fluids. " PROP. I. .That the great majority of medicines must obtain...of the body, before their action can be manifested. " This is to say, that the mere contact of a medicine with the stomach is not in general sufficient...
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The New York medical times, Volume 2

Medical - 1852
...causes and symptoms of disease; the second, a correct knowledge of the action of medicines." PROP. I. That the great majority of medicines must obtain...medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions, and pass without material change, by a process of absorption, through the coats...
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The Action of medicines in the system

Frederick William Headland - 1853 - 346 pages
...great fundamental rule of the action of medicines through the medium of the blood and fluids. PROP. I. That the great majority of medicines must obtain...of the body, before their action can be manifested. This is to say, that the mere contact of a medicine with the stomach is not in general sufficient for...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 12

Medicine - 1853
...great fundamental rule of the action of medicines through the medium of the blood and fluids. " PROP. I. That the great majority of medicines must obtain...of the body, before their action can be manifested. " This is to say, that the mere contact of a medicine with the stomach is not in general sufficient...
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Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal, Volume 1

Medical - 1853
...unwarranted by his premises. 1853.] Bibliographical Record. 249 The first proposition affirms : "That the great majority of medicines must obtain...the body, before their action can be manifested." Of this there are four proofs ; thus, " 1st. When introduced at another part of the body, a medicine...
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The Action of medicines in the system

Frederick William Headland - 1855 - 396 pages
...ACTION OF THERAPEUTIC AGENTS INTRODUCED INTO THE STOMACH ; TREATED OF IN TEN PROPOSITIONS 49 PROP. 1 50 That the great majority of medicines must obtain entry...body, before their action can be manifested. PROP, n 58 That the great majority of medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions,...
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Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 12

Medicine - 1856
...introduced into the stomach is treated of under the heads of the following Propositions : Prop. L That the great majority of medicines must obtain entry...medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions, and pass without material change, by a process of absorption, through the coats...
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Virginia Medical Journal, Volume 6

Medical - 1856
...division of the modes of action of therapeutic agents introduced into the stomach. He contends : First That the great majority of medicines must obtain entry...of the body, before their action can be manifested. Second That the great majority of medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal...
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 26

Medicine - 1858
...consideration, and the last four, to say the least of them, would appear to present a far more accurate basis for the classification of the materia medica...medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions, and pass without material change, by a process of absorption, through the coats...
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Volume 2; Volume 16

Medicine - 1859
...medicines, and treats of their general modes in ten propositions. These we give in his own words: PROP. I. That the great majority of medicines must obtain...medicines are capable of solution in the gastric or intestinal secretions, and pass without material change, by a process of absorption, through the coats...
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