The Hot Springs Medical Journal, Volume 9, Issue 2

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Page 64 - AMMONOL possesses marked stimulating and expectorant properties. The well-known cardiac depression induced by other Antipyretics, has frequently prohibited their use in otherwise suitable cases. The introduction of a similar drug, possessed of stimulating properties, is an event of much importance. AMMONOL possesses marked anti neuralgic properties and it is claimed to be especially useful in cases of dysmenorrhoea.
Page 32 - OPIUM. ONE CAN DISPENSE WITH OPIUM THE NARCOTIC; ONE CANNOT DISPENSE WITH OPIUM THE PAIN-RELIEVER. PAPINE PRODUCES NO TISSUE CHANCES, NO CEREBRAL EXCITEMENT, NO INTERFERENCE WITH DIGESTION. Sample (12 oz.) Bottle Ecthol Sent Free on Receipt of 25 Cts.
Page 63 - Locations and Property bought, sold, rented, and exchanged. Partnerships arranged; assistants and substitutes provided. Business strictly confidential. Medical, pharmaceutical, and scientific books supplied at lowest rates. Send ten cents for MONTHLY BULLETIN containing terms, locations, and list of books.
Page 51 - All the decencies of performing surgical operations were soon neglected ; while I amputated one man's thigh, there lay at one time thirteen, all beseeching to be taken next, — one full of entreaty, one calling upon me to remember my promise to take him, another execrating. It was a strange thing to feel my clothes stiff with blood, and my arms powerless with the exertion of using the knife ; and more extraordinary still to find my mind calm amidst such a variety of suffering.
Page 58 - A Text-Book of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, or the Action of Drugs in Health and Disease- — For the Use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine. By Arthur R. Cushny, MA, MD, Aberd., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the University of Michigan Medical Department, Ann Arbor.
Page 64 - It has been used in the relief of rheumatism and neuralgic pains, and in the treatment of the sequelae of alcoholic excess AMMONOL is also prepared in the form of salicylate, bromide and lithiate. The presence of Ammonia in a more or less free state gives it additional properties as an expectorant, diuretic and corrective of hyperacidity.— London Lancet.
Page 51 - I who am known to require eight hours sleep, found first three hours, and then one hour and a half sufficient, after days of the most painful excitement and bodily exertion. After I had been five days engaged with the prosecution of my object, I found that the best cases, that is, the most horrid wounds left totally without assistance, were to be found in the hospital of the French wounded. This hospital was only forming ; they were even then bringing these poor creatures in from the woods. It is...
Page 55 - The collection of native drug plants in the United States, considered from a purely financial standpoint, aside from medical and humanitarian aspects, involves the expenditure of millions of dollars annually. The commercial extermination of some of the most useful species is already threatened, and doubtless others would be found in the same conditions were the facts known. The price of one native plant...
Page 63 - Dentists' and Druggists' Locations and property bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Partnerships arranged. Assistants and substitutes provided. Business strictly confidential. Medical, Pharmaceutical and Scientific books supplied at lowest rates. Send ten cents for Monthly Bulletin containing terms, locations, and list of books. All inquiries promptly answered. Address HA MUMAW, MI)., Elkhart, Ind.
Page 67 - Acid, combined with a perfectly STERILIZED 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..

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