Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 13

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Page 411 - The National Dispensatory. Containing the Natural History, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Actions and Uses of Medicines, including those recognized in the Pharmacopoeias of the United States, Great Britain and Germany, with numerous references to the French Codex.
Page 537 - Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers. Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine.
Page 537 - TISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent — an antizymotic — especially useful in the • - management of catarrhal conditions of the mucous membrane, adapted to internal use and to make and maintain surgical cleanliness — asepsis — in the treatment of all parts of the human body, whether by spray, injection, irrigation, atomization, inhalation, or simple local application, and therefore characterized by its particular adaptability to the field of PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-INDIVIDUAL PROPHYLAXIS.
Page 553 - Prompt ] it stimulates the appetite and the digestion, it promotes assimilation, and it enters directly into the circulation with the food products. The prescribed dose produces a feeling of buoyancy, and removes depression and melancholy ; hence the preparation is of great value in the treatment of mental and nervous affections.
Page 537 - BABY POWDER." THE "HYGIENIC DERMAL POWDER" FOR INFANTS AND ADULTS. Originally investigated, and its therapeutic properties discovered in the year 1868 by Dr. Fehr, and introduced to the Medical and Pharmaceutical professions in the year 1873.
Page 537 - With positive Hygienic, Prophylactic and Therapeutic properties. Good in all Affections of the Skin. Sold by the Drug Trade Generally. Per Box, plain, 250.; Perfumed, 500.; per dozen, plain, $1.75, perfumed, $3.50.
Page 485 - CHILDREN, including special chapters on essential surgical subjects ; diseases of the eye-, ear, nose and throat ; diseases of the skin ; and on the diet, hygiene and general management of children. By American teachers.
Page 537 - Acid. DOSE.— Internally : One Teaspoonful Three or more times a day (as indicated), either full strength or diluted as necessary for varied conditions.
Page 540 - FIGS" as a laxative is one or two teaspoonfuls given preferably before breakfast or at bed time. From one-half to One tablespoonful acts as a purgative, and may be repeated in six hours if necessary. "Syrup of Figs" is never sold in bulk. It is put up in two sizes to retail at fifty cents and Ji.oo per bottle, and the name "Syrup of Figs...
Page 213 - In prescribing the products of Manufacturing Pharmacists, we should be guided, to a great extent, by the business standing of the manufacturers. No other house in the South or West has a better reputation for strict integrity than the Robinson-Pettet Company, Louisville, Ky.

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