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Page 357 - The Science and Practice of Medicine; or, The Pathology and Therapeutics of Internal Diseases.
Page 331 - God, or the universe, or any thins: in the heavens above, or the earth beneath, or in the water under the earth, exists.
Page 363 - LIST OF MALTINE PREPARATIONS. MALTINE (Plain). MALTINE with Hops. MALTINE with Alteratives. MALTINE with Beef and Iron. MALTINE with Cod Liver Oil. M ALTIN E with Cod Liver Oil and Pancreatine. MALTINE with Hypophosphitcs. MALTINE with Phosphorus Comp. MALTINE with Peptones. MALTINE •with Pepsin and Pancreatine.
Page 381 - Surgeon-General US Army (retired), Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, in the...
Page 384 - Acid. DOSE.— Internally : One Teaspoonful Three or more times a day (as indicated), either full strength or diluted as necessary for varied conditions.
Page 371 - It possesses all the sedative, anodyne and antispasmodic powers of Opium: To produce sleep and composure ; to relieve pain and irritation ; nervous excitement and morbid irritability of body and mind; to allay convulsive and...
Page 330 - ... in which marked distention of the bowel is present as a symptom of the typhoid state, turpentine is to be preferred ; it is an efficient antiseptic and also exercises a stimulating effect upon the circulation and the secretions. White turpentine is the preferable preparation, and may be administered in doses of three to five grains every three or four hours. For the constipation which is sometimes present throughout the entire course of the disease, he has found an enema of soapsuds given every...
Page 380 - ... and other acute diseases, and to rebuild and recruit the tissues and forces, whether lost in the destructive march of such affections, or induced by overwork, general debility, or the more tedious forms of chronic disease. It is friendly and helpful to the most delicate stomach, and where there is a fair remnant to build on, will reconstruct the most shattered and enfeebled constitution.