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Absorption acetanilid acetate acute administration alcohol alkalies alkaloid Amblyopia antiseptic applied aromatic arsenic astringent atropine belladonna bismuth bitter bromide carbonate cardiac caustic cent chloral chloride chloroform chronic Circulatory colorless compounds contains depression Description and Properties.—A diarrhea digitalis diluted diseases diuretic drams drug Dysuria effects emetic employed ether externally Ferri fluidextract fluidounces fluidrachm 4 Cc fluidrams gastric glycerin grains 1 Gm increased injection insoluble Internally.—Digestive intestinal iodide iodine irritation kidneys large doses liquid mercury minims mixture morphine mucous membrane muscular nausea nervous nitrate odor odorless Official Preparations opium opsonins Origin.—The dried ounce oxide pain patient peristalsis Physiological Action Physiological Action.—Externally pills poisoning potassium powder produce quinine remedy resin respiration respiratory salicylic salicylic acid salts skin small doses sodium sodium bicarbonate soluble soluble in water solution stimulant stomach strychnine substances sulphate sulphur symptoms syrup tannic acid taste therapeutic Therapeutics.—Externally tincture tion toxic treatment untoward urine volatile oil vomiting well-stoppered bottles
Page 722 - Dr. Dorland's dictionary is admirable. It is so well gotten up and of such convenient size. No errors have been found in my use of it.
Page 726 - Edition, Revised. Essentials of Surgery. Containing also Venereal Diseases, Surgical Landmarks, Minor and Operative Surgery, and a complete description, with illustrations, of the Handkerchief and Roller Bandages. By EDWARD MARTIN, AM, MD, Clinical Professor of GenitoUrinary Diseases, University of Pennsylvania, etc.
Page 725 - RCS (Hon.), Professor of the Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, etc.
Page 724 - These subjects are treated most accurately and up to date, without the superfluous reading which is so often employed. . . . Nurses will find this book of the greatest value."— The Trained Nurse and Hospital Review.
Page 521 - Oil of santal should be kept in well-stoppered bottles in a cool place, protected from the light.
Page 725 - Griffith's Hand-Book of Surgery A Manual of Surgery. By FREDERIC R. GRIFFITH, MD, Surgeon to the Bellevue Dispensary, New York City. I2mo of 579 pages, with 417 illustrations. Flexible leather, $2.00 net. " Well adapted to the needs of the student and to the busy practitioner for a hasty review of important points in surgery.
Page 724 - Barton and Wells' Medical Thesaurus A THESAURUS OF MEDICAL WORDS AND PHRASES. By WILFRED M. BARTON, MD, Assistant to Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC ; and WALTER A.
Page 560 - A white, hard solid, generally in the form of pencils or cones of a finely granular fracture, becoming gray or grayish-black on exposure to light in the presence of organic matter ; odorless, having a caustic, metallic taste, neutral to litmus-paper.