The elements of materia medica (Google eBook)

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Contents

Tincture percolators 367
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Vinegar generator 391
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Dietetical Regimen
75
J Distillation of sulphur 457
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Prism of bisulphate of potash
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Crystals of sulphate of potash
80
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Tessellated appearance of a plate of sulphate of potash in polarized light
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87 4G7 503
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Mechanical and Surgical Agents
90
On the means of ascertaining the effects of medicines
92
Apparatus for medical electricity 35
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Inflorescence of fceniculum vul gare
95
Ffstuca quadridentata
96
Of the active forces of medicines
100
On the absorption of medicines
107
Cactus opuntia
108
Amanita muscaria
109
Apparatus to illustrate physical absorption
112
Apparatus used by Messrs Mor 13 gan and Addison in their experi 14 menbon the absorption of poisons
116
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A Ditto
122
On the operation of medicines by nervous agency
123
On the circumstances which modify the effects
133
On the therapeutical effects of medicines
139
Of the parts to which medicines are applied
148
oj Inhaling bottles
152
On pharmacological classification
157
Octahedron
162
Squire octahedron
163
jj Images caused by the action of 36 nitre on polarized light
164
Oblique octahedron with a rec tangular base
165
On the physiological classes of medicines
173
Vsturalhistorical arrangement
220
kdinium
232
4 Fuci yielding iodine
233
W Iodine leaden still and glass re ceivera
234
Bromine and its combinations with oxygen chlorine
248
Acidum hydrochloricum
275
Nitrogen and its compounds with oxygen
282
Acidum nitrohydrochloricum
293
Liniment urn ammonite sesquicarbonatis
314
Order tii Carbon and its compounds with oxygen hydrogen
326
Carbo animalis
332
Aqua acidi carbonici
339
Oxyhydrocarbons
345

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Page 99 - Did we know the mechanical affections of the particles of rhubarb, hemlock, opium, and a man ; as a watch-maker does those of a watch, whereby it performs its operations, and of a file which by rubbing on them will alter the figure of any of the wheels ; we should be able to tell before hand, that rhubarb will purge, hemlock kill, and opium make a man sleep...
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Page 194 - The enlargements which these agents remove are not mere hypertrophies ; their structure is morbid, and they must, in consequence, have been induced by a change in the quality of the vital activity ; in other words, by morbid action. Medicines, therefore, which remove these abnormal conditions, can only do so by restoring healthy action ; that is, by an alterative influence.
Page 258 - The same strumous affection occurs at Sumatra, where ice and snow are never seen ; while, on the contrary, the disease is quite unknown in Chili and Thibet, although the rivers of those countries are supplied by the melting of the snow with which the mountains are covered.
Page 6 - The observations of Dr. Edwards, on the influence of light in promoting the perfect development of animals, led him to conclude that in climates where nudity is not incompatible with health, exposure of the whole surface of the body to light is favorable to the regular conformation of the body; and he, therefore, has suggested insulation in the open air as a means calculated to restore healthy conformation to children affected with scrofula, whose deviations of form do not appear to be incurable.
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Page 365 - ... division of the solids, and the degree of firmness with which they are to be packed in the cylinder, we have thought it right to direct that the method by maceration may be followed as an alternative.
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