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" ... which may be bottled and set aside for use. As usually made, it generally throws down a slight, reddish deposit upon standing a week or two. This, however, does not affect its value as a test ; in using, simply decant the clear liquid from the sediment. "
A clinical study of diseases of the kidneys - Page 369
by Clifford Mitchell - 1889 - 431 pages
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Diseases of the Urinary and Male Sexual Organs

William T. Belfield - Generative organs, Male - 1884 - 351 pages
...using, simply decant the clear liquid from the sediment. Directions for Use. Take a drachm or two of the test solution and gently boil it, when no change should take place ; now add si* or eight drops of the suspected urine and again boil. If sugar be present an abundant yellow or...
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How to examine for life insurance

John Marie Keating - 1891 - 211 pages
...2^ fl. ounces, the other ingredients remaining as above. Directions for Use. Take about one fl. drachm of the test solution, and gently boil it, when no change should take place ; now add eight or ten drops of the suspected urine, and again bring to a boil. If sugar be present, an abundant...
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The Medical Counselor, Volumes 3-4

Homeopathy - 1880
...does not affect its value as a test; in using, simply decant the clear liquid from the sediment "To use, take about one fluid drachm of the test solution,...boil it, when no change should take place ; now add eight or ten drops of the suspected urine, and again bring to the boiling point. If sugar be present,...
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The Chicago Medical Times, Volume 11

Medicine - 1880
...using, simply decant the clear liquid from the sediment." Directions for Use. ' Take about one drachm of the test solution and gently boil it, when no change should take place ; now add eight or ten drops of the suspected urine and again bring to a boil. If sugar be present, an abundant...
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