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Page 126 - LACTOPEPTINE. The most important Remedial Agent ever presented to the Profession, for DYSPEPSIA, VOMITING IN PREGNANCY, CHOLERA INFANTUM, CONSTIPATION, and all diseases arising from imperfect nutrition. LACTOPEPTINE IN CHOLERA INFANTUM.
Page 20 - DISEASES OF THE LUNGS. By JAMES KINGSTON FOWLER, MA, MD, FRCP, Physician to the Middlesex Hospital and to the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, Brompton, etc.
Page 24 - In the large class of summer diarrhoeas of children and adults, with griping in the bowels and flatulence, the use of listerine, in doses varying from ten drops to a teaspoonful (with or without water), has a most salutary and pleasing effect. It can be administered at short intervals after eating, as soon as regurgitation, distension or acidity occurs. Its action in arresting excessive fermentation is prompt; besides, it exercises a decided sedative influence on the mucous membranes of the stomach.
Page 20 - A Text-Book of the Practice of Medicine. By DR. HERMAN EICHHORST, Professor of Special Pathology and Therapeutics and Director of the Medical Clinic, University of Zurich.
Page 76 - NOVEL DEPARTURE IN ADVERTISING. Believing that the advertising of medicinal preparations often fails of its purpose, viz : to clearly and intelligently present to physicians their special advantages, pharmacal or therapeutic, on account of the fragmentary and imperfect manner in which the facts are usually conveyed in such advertisements, Parke, Davis & Co. propose to inaugurate rather a novel departure in advertising. It is their intention to publish in the advertising pages they occupy in medical...
Page 26 - BODY," by HC BARTLETT, Ph. D., FCS, and the experiments which were made, together with cases illustrating the effect of Hydrated Oil in practice, are concisely stated in a Treatise on " CONSUMPTION AND WASTING DISEASES,
Page 26 - The principles upon which this discovery is based have been described in a treatise on "The Digestion and Assimilation of Fats in the Human Body.
Page 34 - I find it to be of special value in treatment of delirium tremens, and the results of debauch ; it being retained upon the stomach and speedily controlling the most dangerous symptoms, and producing the desired calmness and sleep necessary when morphia and other soporifics have failed to do so, and thus rendering the disorder amenable to further treatment. Have also prescribed it successfully in the terrible state of nervous exhaustion due to opium habitues endeavoring to relinquish the habit. And,...
Page 59 - By D?B. St. John Roosa, MD The Physiological, Pathological and Therapeutic Effects of Compressed Air. By Andrew H. Smith, MD GranularLidsandContagiousOphthalmia. By WF Mittenoorf, MD Practical Bacteriology. By Thomas E. Sauerthwaile, MD Pregnancy, Parturition and the Puerperal State and their Complications.