Digest of Comments on the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America and the National Formulary for the Calendar Year Ending December 31

Digest of Comments on the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America and the National Formulary for the Calendar Year Ending December 31

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... phosphorus, and a few others. It covers in its action all inflammatory conditions of the body, whether of an active or passive nature.--J. Therap. & Diet., 1909-10, v. 4, pp. 318-321. FERRI SULPHAS. White, Edmund, describes ferrous sulphate, enumerates the trade varieties, and presents a number of tests for the article to be used as a reagent.--Pharm. J., Lond., 1909, v. 28 (82), p. 274. The Belgian inspectors of pharmacies report that iron sulphate rarely conforms to the pharmacopoeial description which requires it to be in the form of crystalline powder, washed with alcohol.--J. d. pharm. d'Anvers, 1909, v. 65, p. 588. See also Bull. Soc. roy. d. pharm., Brux., 1909, v. 53, p. 259. Bachman, Gustave, reports that the ferrous sulphate examined was 98.23 per cent to 99.4 per cent pure.--Proc. Minnesota Pharm. Ass., 1909, p. 70. Arny, H. V., reports 3 samples of ferrous sulphate examined which were up to the requirements of the U. S. P.--Proc. Ohio Pharm. Ass., 1909, p. 67. La Wall, Charles H., reports that the commercial dried and powdered ferrous sulphate contains about 2 per cent of water.--Proc. Pennsylvania Pharm. Ass., 1909, p. 370. Wells, Roger C., reports observations on the electrical conductivity of ferric sulphate solutions.--J. Am. Chem. Soc, 1909, v. 31, pp. 1027-1035. Sargeant, F. Pilkington, asserts that iron sulphate is used as a fungicide, but it is not nearly so efficacious as copper sulphate. It is used for the destruction of charlock, poppy, dodder, etc.--Pharm. J._. Lond., 1909, v. 29 (83), p. 236. See also Drug Topics, New York, 1909, v. 24, p. 356. FEEKUM. Lyon, S., (Clin, therap.) discusses the principal ferruginous preparations. He states that iron is best tolerated by the hypopeptics or the apopeptics. The...show more

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