The Medical Fortnightly, Volume 47, Issue 6

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Page 10 - One of the most efficient, most complete, and best all-round Tonics in the Materia Medical FOR FOUR AND A HALF DECADES ITS REPUTATION HAS BEEN CONSTANTLY INCREASING! Reject Cheap and Inefficient Substitute! Preparations "Just as Good" In Affections Involving Deep-seated Structures — Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Etc.
Page 170 - Although a large amount of money is spent annually for the importation of crude drugs, and the extermination of a number of valuable native drug plants is threatened, government specialists do not believe that the growing of drug plants offers any unusual opportunities for profit to the American farmer. Drug plants are subject to the same diseases and risks as other crops, and, in addition, knowledge of the best methods of cultivation and handling is less general than in the case of other and better...
Page 180 - Glyco-Heroin (Smith) will remain just what it always has been, and just what it was always intended to be, viz: a stable, uniform and dependable product for the convenience and use of physicians only, in the treatment of Cough, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, etc. In prescribing Glyco-Heroin (Smith) use ordinary prescription blanks. Give the name and address of patient, your own name and address in full, your registry number and date when written (no copy or other record required). Prescriptions cannot...
Page 7 - a perfect poultice" is assured. PhysicUns should WRITE "Antiphlogistine" to AVOID " substitutes" "There's only ONE Antiphlogistine" MAIN OFFICE AND LABORATORIES THE DENVER CHEMICAL MFG.
Page 9 - Especially useful in ANEMIA of All Varieties: CHLOROSIS: AMENORRHEA: BRIGHT'S DISEASE: CHOREA: TUBERCULOSIS: RICKETS: RHEUMATISM: MALARIA: MALNUTRITION: CONVALESCENCE: As a GENERAL SYSTEMIC TONIC After LA GRIPPE, TYPHOID, Etc. DOSE: One tablespoonful after each meal. Children in proportion.
Page 174 - For life, with all it yields of joy and woe, And hope and fear, — believe the aged friend, — Is just our chance o...
Page 174 - Comp. in this direction readily accounts for the gratifying results that can be accomplished through its use in the treatment of all chronic catarrhal affections, but especially those of the gastro-intestinal canal and respiratory tract. The particularly gratifying features in the results accomplished by Gray's Glycerine Tonic Comp.
Page 174 - ... of albumen, and allows intimate contact of the germicide with the infected tissues. This soap does not attack steel or nickeled instruments or utensils, as many antiseptics do. Germicidal Soap, PD & Co., is useful for sterilizing hands, instruments, and site of operation; also for lubricating sounds, specula, etc. It serves well as a disinfectant wash after attendance upon communicable diseases, also in certain surface lesions attended with fetid discharge and skin infections of parasitic origin....
Page 170 - Cultivation," the Department of Agriculture, therefore, warns farmers that in order to have the cultivation of drug plants financially successful in this country, the introduction of improved methods and the extensive use of machinery is probably necessary. Under these circumstances the natural tendency will be to increase the production in the interest of economy. The demand for many drug plants, however, is so limited that if large areas are brought under cultivation there is considerable danger...
Page 151 - This cannot be forced, but must be the outcome of character and conduct. The publication or circulation of ordinary simple business cards, being a matter of personal taste or local custom, and sometimes of convenience, is not per se improper.

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