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A Text Book on Prescription Writing and Pharmacy: With Practice in ...
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abbr acacia acetate Acidi acidum acrid alcohol alkali hydrates alkaloids ammonia ammonium antiseptic Aqua aqueous solution aromatic aromatic water asafetida Assayed astringent belladonna benzene bitter taste capsules carbonate chloride chloroform cinnamon citrate citric acid colorless Comp compositus compound containing crystals deliquescent diluted dissolved distillation diuretic Dose dried drugs effervescing emulsion Extract Extractum ferri flavoring syrup Fluidextract gelatin glucoside glycerin glycyrrhiza hydrargyri Inc.—See incompatible ingredients injection insoluble in alcohol iodide liquid medicated medicine mercuric mixture morphine mucilage odor slight odorless official ointment OLEUM opium oxidizing agents patient petrolatum Pilulae plaster potassii potassium Practice in Prescription-Writing precipitate Prep.—Fluidextractum preparations prescribed prescription Problem quantity quinine remedy resin rhizome salicylate salts slightly Sodii sodium Sol.—In soluble soluble in ether soluble in water solvent spirit stomach substances sulphate sulphur suppositories sweetish syrup of orange tablets tannic acid teaspoonful tincture tion trituration Unguentum Uses.—Antiseptic volatile oil
Page 146 - Add fresh portions of the sugar of milk from time to time, until the whole is added, and continue the trituration until the substance is intimately mixed with the sugar of milk and finely comminuted.
Page 132 - Cc. of this menstruum, pack it lightly in a cylindrical percolator and add enough of the menstruum to saturate the powder and leave a stratum above it. When the liquid begins to drop from the percolator, close the lower orifice, and having covered the percolator macerate the mixture for 48 hours.
Page 124 - Water, three and five-tenths cubic centimeters . 3.5 cc Alcohol, Ether, Water, each, a sufficient quantity. Evaporate the Tincture to about 20 cc, add 40 cc of water, mix thoroughly, and set the liquid aside for an hour, occasionally stirring, and disintegrating the resinous flakes adhering to the capsule. Then filter, and wash the filter and residue with water, until all soluble matters are extracted, collecting the washings separately.
Page 123 - Water, add four hundred cubic centimeters of Alcohol, pour the mixture into a bottle, and continue the maceration for forty-eight hours, occasionally shaking. Transfer the mixture to a percolator, return the first portion of the percolate until it runs through clear, and, when the liquid ceases to drop, continue the percolation slowlv, pouring on sufficient Diluted Alcohol until one thousand cubic centimeters are obtained.
Page 125 - Place in a small funnel two rapidly acting filters, of a diameter of 7 cm, plainly folded, one within the other (the triple fold of the inner filter being laid against the single side of the outer filter), wet them well with ether, and decant the ethereal solution as completely as possible upon the inner filter. Add 10 cc of ether to the contents of the flask, rotate it, and again decant the ethereal layer upon the inner filter. Repeat this operation with another portion of...
Page 125 - ... wash them, drop by drop, from a pipette, with alcohol previously saturated with powdered morphine. When this has passed through, displace the remaining alcohol by ether, using about 10 Cc., or more if necessary.
Page 319 - PROPERTIES: Lead acetate occurs as colorless or heavy white crystalline masses or granular crystals, having a faintly acetous odor and a sweetish, astringent, afterward metallic taste. It is freely soluble in water (1: 1.4) and soluble in alcohol (1: 38).
Page 32 - This applies especially to acute cases, in which the condition of the patient may change from day to day, or even from hour to hour.
Page 124 - Now add 3.5 cc ammonia water (10%) from a graduated pipette or burette, stopper the flask with a sound cork, shake it thoroughly during 10 minutes, and then set it aside, in a moderately cool place, for at least 6 hours, or over night.