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Absorption acetic acute administration alcohol alkaline alkaloid Aloes antipyretic antiseptic applied aromatic arsenic astringent atropine bitter blood carbolic acid Carbonate cardiac cent chloral chloride chloroform chronic Circulatory colorless contains depression Description and Properties.—A diarrhea digestion digitalis diluted diphtheria disease diuretic drachms drug effect employed ether external Ferric fluid extract fluidounces gastric glycerin grains guaiacol hydrochloric acid immunity increasing injection insoluble Internally.—Digestive intestinal Iodide iodine iron irritation kidneys large doses liquid medicinal doses mercury minims mixture mucous membrane nerves nervous odor odorless Official Preparations ointment opium Origin.—A Origin.—Prepared Origin.—The peristalsis Physiological Action Physiological Action.—Externally pills poisoning potassium powder produce properties Properties.—Colorless quinine remedy resin respiration respiratory salicylic salicylic acid salts secretion serum skin small doses sodium Sodium Carbonate soluble soluble in alcohol soluble in water solution stimulant stomach strychnine Sulphate sulphur symptoms syrup taste therapeutic Therapeutics.—Externally tincture tion toxic doses treatment untoward urine volatile oil vomiting well-stoppered bottles
Page 7 - MD, Professor of Materia Medica and of Clinical Medicine in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago ; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Northwestern University, Woman's Medical School, etc.
Page 156 - Practically insoluble in water, to which, however, it imparts a slightly alkaline reaction; insoluble in alcohol, but soluble in dilute acids with effervescence.
Page 131 - ... mixture of the enzymes naturally existing in the pancreas of warm-blooded animals, usually obtained from the fresh pancreas of the hog, Sus scrofa or the ox, Bos taurus.
Page 357 - Then took they the body of Jesus, and wound it in linen clothes with the spices, as the manner of the Jews is to bury.
Page 357 - An aqueous solution of several chlorine compounds of sodium, containing at least 2.4 per cent, by weight of available chlorine.
Page 669 - A fine, yellow powder, having a slight characteristic odor, and a faintly acid taste. Insoluble in water...
Page 505 - Cm. (2 inches), or less, long, varying from broadly spatulate or oblong to lanceolate, sessile or clasping, obtuse, more or less sharply serrate, often...
Page 745 - Large, colorless, octahedral crystals, sometimes modified by cubes, or in crystalline fragments, without odor, but having a sweetish and strongly astringent taste. On exposure to the air, the crystals are liable to absorb ammonia, and acquire a whitish coating. Soluble in 9 parts of water at 15° C.
Page 775 - It should be kept in well-stoppered bottles, in a cool place. A pale yellow or light greenish-yellow oily liquid, having a slight peculiar odor, and a nut-like, oleaginous taste, with a faintly acrid after-taste. Specific gravity: 0.910 to 0.915 at 25° C. (77° F.). Very sparingly soluble in alcohol, but readily soluble in ether, chloroform, or carbon disulphide.