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Page 348 - In epidemic bronchitis codeine is a valuable remedy for the relief of the harassing pain of the cough, and when combined with one of the coal-tar antipyretics the analgesic effects become more pronounced. It is a favorite drug in the cough of phthisis and chronic bronchitis, and its sedative influence is highly satisfactory, clinical data having shown it to be the best succedaneum...
Page 340 - If we compare domestic life and manners in England with those of other countries where meat does not form such an integral article of diet, a notable improvement will be remarked. In less meat-eating France urbanity is the rule of the home ; in fish and rice-eating Japan harsh words are unknown, and an exquisite politeness to one another prevails even among the children who play together in the street.
Page 347 - For this reason, instead of employing starch, gum, gelatine, sugar, etc., the use of a natural cereal extractive, containing saccharine and gummy matters and soluble albuminoids as well, such as our great and inspired teacher Liebig himself advocated, is in accordance with the developments of science since his time.
Page 326 - Maker which is indicated whenever iron in any form is to be administered. Put up in tablet form only, coated, 150 tablets in a bottle and in the following combinations: Feralboid Plain, Feralboid and Quinine, Feralboid, Quinine and Strychnia, Feralboid and Manganese. On receipt of $1.00 we will send twenty-five of each of these tablets, carriage prepaid, to any part of the United States. THE ARGOL COMPANY, Chemists, Literature on application. DANBURY, CONN.. USA • A Perfect Antiseptic Ointment...
Page 329 - The leg and foot rests folded out of the operator's way at any time.— Figs. XI. XV and XVII. 10th. Head Rest universal in adjustment, with a range of from 14 inches above seat to 12 inches above back of chair, furnishing a perfect support in Dorsal or Sim's position. -Figs. XIII and XV, llth. Affording unlimited modifications of positions. 12th. Stability and firmness while being raised and rotated. 13th.
Page 326 - Petroleum base. Literature on application. A one pound jar will be sent, carriage prepaid, on receipt of one dollar, to any part of the United States. THE ARGOL COMPANY, Chemists, DANBURY, CONN..
Page 329 - XVII— may be placed at and away from side of chair, forming a side table for Sim's position —Fig.
Page 348 - This is abundantly attested by clinical data which shows the combination to be the best succedaneum for opium. Another advantage of codeine over morphine, one of special value in bronchial catarrh, is that the patients not only cough less, but also expectorate more easily than after morphine. The cough-dispelling power of codeine is such as to make it indispensable in phthisical patients, and a point of great importance in these cases is that it does not impair the appetite or digestion, and can...