The Medical Summary: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine, New Preparations, Volume 20

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R. H. Andrews
R.H. Andrews, 1898 - Medicine
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Page 128 - I use the Pinus Canadensis, in small doses, in pneumonia, bronchitis, typhoid fever; indeed, where the mucous membranes need a tonic, and recognizing the similarity between mucous membranes and the external skin, I use it in erysipelas, nervous forms of eczema, and wherever the skin needs a tonic. It is all I need in many cases of ophthalmia and gonorrhea.
Page 142 - Constituent — Phosphorus; the whole combined in the form of a syrup with a Slightly Alkaline Reaction. It Differs in its Effects from all Analogous Preparations ; and it possesses the important properties of being pleasant to the taste, easily borne by the stomach, and harmless under prolonged use.
Page 56 - At my first visit I found a copious discharge of bloody serum from the ear with hardly a trace of pus. He suffered from severe cephalalgia, but there was no special tenderness in or about the ear, and no swelling. Thorough cleansing of the meatus with dry cotton relieved the pain in the head remarkably, and with a dose of antikamnia, 10 grains, he slept some hours.
Page 101 - ... 2. Anoint the largest hard-rubber catheter that can be well passed into the bladder, and increase the size one number each week until the urethra is normal in size. 3. Begin with dilute hydrogen solutions (preferably hydrozone) one part to twenty of lukewarm water, using this solution freely, especially when employing the large size catheter.
Page 114 - NEITHER ALTERATIVE NOR ANTISEPTIC IN THE SENSE IN WHICH THOSE WORDS ARE USUALLY UNDERSTOOD. IT IS ANTI-PURULENT, ANTI-MORBIFIC--A CORRECTOR OF THE DEPRAVED CONDITION OF THE FLUIDS AND TISSUES. SAMPLE 12-oz. BOTTLE SENT FREE ON RECEIPT OF 25 CTS.
Page 126 - THESE REMEDIES CURE ALL DISEASES CAUSED BY GERMS. Successfully used in the treatment of Gastric and Intestinal Disorders (Chronic or Acute): DYSPEPSIA, GASTRITIS, GASTRIC ULCER, HEART-BURN, CONSTIPATION, DIARRHOZA, Etc.
Page 101 - ... drachms; warm water, eight ounces. Let it remain a minute or so and then remove. This treatment should be used once or twice a day. Where I suspect extensive...
Page 114 - Antikamnia itself is tasteless, and the crushed tablet can be placed on the tongue and washed down with a swallow of water. Proprietors of other tablets would have had better success if they had given more thought to this question of prompt solubility.
Page 142 - Chronic Bronchitis, and other affections of the respiratory organs. It has also been employed with much success in various nervous and debilitating diseases. Its Curative Power is largely attributable to its stimulant, tonic, and nutritive properties, by means of which the energy of the system is recruited.
Page 99 - ... three hours. The treatment should be continued with smaller doses for a few days after the disease has disappeared to prevent a relapse. I have found protonuclein especially useful in the treatment of bronchopneumonia in infants and children. In these cases I usually give from two to four grains, according to age, repeated every two to three hours, and find that a recovery takes place in from three to five days. I have had remarkable success in treating pneumonia with this preparation and will...

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