The Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 49, Issue 5

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Page vii - GENITOURINARY DISEASES. A Scientific Blending of True Santal and Saw Palmetto In a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle. A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System. SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN PROSTATIC TROUBLES OF OLD MEN-IRRITABLE BLADDERCYSTITIS URETHRITIS PRE-SEN I LITY.
Page iv - In any form of package other than our . . . regular eleven-ounce hexagonal bottle, . . . you will readily surmise the intent of these imitation preparations which are wholly unknown to the Medical Profession, and agree with us in the importance of the above request. Any one offering Pepto-Mangan in bulk form, either intentionally or unintentionally practises substitution ; hence our solicitation for your co-operation against this harmful, unjustifiable, and inexcusable fraud. MJ BREITENBACH COMPANY,...
Page x - NEITHER ALTERATIVE NOR ANTISEPTIC IN THE SENSE IN WHICH THOSE WORDS ARE USUALLY UNDERSTOOD. IT IS ANTI-PURULENT, ANTI-MORBIFIC--A CORRECTOR OF THE DEPRAVED CONDITION OF THE FLUIDS AND TISSUES. SAMPLE (12-oz.) BOTTLE SENT FREE ON RECEIPT OF 25 CTS.
Page 243 - SAJOUS, MD, Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia; Member of the American Philosophical Society, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, etc.
Page 249 - Impaired digestion is the consequence of a sedentary life, coupled with nervous and mental strain. Reliable Pepsin is one of the best digestive agents known. Pure Lime Juice with its aperient and cholagogue characteristics, with the Pepsin furnishes a compatible and moit efficient combination as a remedy for the disorders named.
Page iv - Introduction of a really meritorious remedy is immediately followed by the unwarranted and most damaging dissatisfaction of Imitations and Substitutions, which flood the market almost beyond the physician's comprehension, it therefore behooves us to kindly and particularly request not only the specification (Gude), but the prescribing of ORIGINAL BOTTLES by every physician who desires to employ in his treatment...
Page v - It not only stimulates, but completely feeds the new born blood cells, carrying them to full maturity. It increases the leucocytes and thereby most powerfully retards pathological processes. As a food and nutrient it is ideal, requiring little or no digestion, and being at once absorbed and assimilated. For starving...
Page 229 - The number of recoveries was 117, or 91.4 per cent, while n patients died, a mortality of 8.59 per cent ; statistics of the cases of typhoid fever in the same hospital (Cook County), not treated with acetozone show a death rate of 13.1 per cent. The author is of the opinion that under the acetozone treatment, in favorable cases, the duration of the disease was materially shortened, and the most disagreeable symptoms were ameliorated. He declares that...
Page 228 - I have long been using, and have not yet seen one case in which the habit was formed, nor ever had any complaint as to evil after-effects. This remedy is Papine, a preparation of opium from which the narcotic and convulsive elements have been removed, rendering it a safe remedy for children as well as for those of mature age. Up to a year ago I always gave chlorodyne tablets and viburnum for after-pains. Then I came across a case that refused to yield to them in the time I was accustomed to have...
Page 248 - A SYMPOSIUM. The June issue of the International Medical Magazine will be devoted to a symposium on this most important gastric subject, than which none more important has ever been published in any American journal. More than half a dozen of the leading European specialists will contribute, among whom are : Prof. CA Ewald, Berlin ; Prof.

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