The Hot Springs Medical Journal, Volume 9, Issue 11

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Page 322 - He who makes two blades of grass to grow where only one grew before is a benefactor of the race.
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Page 337 - The governors of the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital announce that Dr. L,. Duncan Bulkley will give a third series of clinical lectures on diseases of the skin in the out-patient hall of the hospital on Wednesday afternoons, commencing November 7, 1900, at 4:15 o'clock.
Page 342 - Neurasthenia, neuralgia and other manifestations, either of an active or passive character, are common and are always peculiarly rebellious to treatment. Cerebro-nervous affections peculiar to women associated with pathological disturbances of the reproductive organs are legion, and most trying to physician and patient. I have found nothing so well suited to these cases as Antikamnia Tablets, administered in doses of from one to three tablets and repeated every one, two or three hours according to...
Page 342 - I have found nothing so well suited to these cases as five-grain antikamnia tablets, administered in doses of from one to three tablets and repeated every one, two or three hours, according to the attendant's judgment. These tablets not only afford complete relief, without fostering a drug habit, but they do not endanger weakened hearts.
Page 312 - FOR RESTLESSNESS. IT GIVES CONSISTENT NERVE REST. IT DOES NOT LESSEN THE SUPPLY OF BLOOD TO ANY ORGAN OF THE ECONOMY, AS THE BROMIDES ARE SURE TO DO. IT IS A HYPNOTIC.
Page 342 - Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, writes : "Neuralgia constitutes the great cause of danger from the employment of hypnotics and narcotics, which only afford relief by numbing, but effect no cure. On the other hand, the formation of a drug habit rather aggravates the condition from which relief was originally sought.
Page 346 - Coal-tar, and differs from thenumerous similar products in that it contains Ammonia in active form. As a result of this, 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 evetn of much Importance.
Page 346 - AMMONOL possesses marked stimulating and expectorant properties. The wellknown 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 dysmenorrhea. — The Medical Magazine, London. Ammonol may be obtained from all Leading Druggists.
Page 342 - Godshaw (Medical Progress. August, 1899) laments the fact that notwithstanding persistent study and experimentation we do not possess any reliable means for cutting short an attack of whooping cough. The best treatment will do no more than palliate symptoms and diminish the frequency and severity of the paroxysms of coughing. This, however, is very beneficial and frequently essential, especially during the night. An opiate, when carefully selected, will yield the desired results...

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