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Page 297 - Chemists' and Druggists' Bulletin, is the local application of a solution of the sulphate of atropia. Not a single case but has yielded at once. The solution is to be simply dropped into the painful ear, and allowed to remain there from ten to fifteen minutes. Then it is made to run out by turning the head over, then being wiped with a dry rag.
Page 298 - ... atropia. Not a single case but has yielded at once. The solution is to be simply dropped into the painful ear and allowed to remain there from ten to fifteen minutes. Then it is made to run out by turning the head over, then being wiped with a dry rag. The solution may be warmed to prevent shock. From three to five drops should be used at a time. The strength of the solution must vary according to the age of the child. Under three years, one grain to the ounce, and over ten years, four grains...
Page 26 - Acid. DOSE.— Internally : One Teaspoonful Three or more times a day (as indicated), either full strength or diluted as necessary for varied conditions.
Page 301 - It does seem to me that we ought to be able to find language that would take care of this Indian situation.
Page 20 - The abdomen is held up by the broad morocco leather belt with concave front and elastic straps to buckle around the hips. The Uterine Support is a cup and stem made of highly polished hard rubber, very light and durable, shaped to fit the neck of the womb, with openings for the secretions to pass, out, as shown by the cuts. Cups are made with extended lips to correct flexions and versions of the womb.
Page 5 - Its preparation the temperfltnre does not exceed 180 deg. Fahr., thereby retaining all the nutritive and digestive agents unimpaired. Extracts of Malt are made from Barley alone, by the German process, which directs that the mash be heated to 212 deg.
Page 1 - It is also the most powerful and reliable remedy for the cure of indigestion (dyspepsia), and sick stomach caused from debility of that organ.
Page 5 - MD. Ann Harbor, Mich., Prof. Obs. and Dis. Women and Children University and in Dartmouth College. THOMAS H. ANDREWS, MD, Philadelphia, Pa., Demonstrator of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College. BF HAMMEL, MD, Philadelphia, Pa., Supt.
Page 5 - LIST OF MALTINE PREPARATIONS. MALTINE (Plain). MALTINE with Hops. MALTINE with Alteratives. MALTINE with Beef and Iron. MALTINE with Cod Liver Oil. MALTINE with Cod Liver Oil and Pancreatine. MALTINE with Hypophosphites. MALTINE with Phosphorus Comp. MALTINE with Peptones. MALTINE with Pepsin and Pancreatine.