Favorite Prescriptions of Distinguished Practitioners with Notes on Treatment Compiled from the Published Writings or Unpublished Records of Fordyce Barker [Et Al.]

Favorite Prescriptions of Distinguished Practitioners with Notes on Treatment Compiled from the Published Writings or Unpublished Records of Fordyce Barker [Et Al.]

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...expense is perhaps the chief reason for its being less used than acetanilid. Lactophenin is effective in some forms of rheumatic headaches, but for most forms of headache is less effective than the preceding three drugs. M. Sig.--A teaspoonful every one to four hours for three to six doses for the lightening pains. Germain Se'e. M. Ft. tablet (chocolate-coated). Sig.--One every half hour for three doses, then every two hours An efficient combination for the treatment of neuros thenia, hysteria, insomnia, and headache, particularly when ' associated with uterine or ovarian disease. It is also efficacious in oi/arian neuralgia. Some practitioners add one-half grain of sumbul to each tablet. This is particularly efficacious for hysterical, anaemic women, suffering from ovarian and uterine disease. For Acute Mania. R Paraldehyde...........................f ss. Sig.--Thirty to fifty minims in water by the rectum. Ringer. Trional acts much more promptly than sulphonal, and usually causes less drowsiness during the following day. It is especially indicated in case of extreme nervousness. It has little or no power to relieve pain. IV. DISEASES OF WOMEN. Sleeplessness in Uterine Disorders. When patients complain of nervousness or of sleeplessness, the potassic bromide must be given, either alone or in combination with other remedies. A cheap mixture, much thought of by our patients at the University clinic, is the following: R Pulv. ferri sulphat. exsiccat.......gr. xxx. Potassibromidi.................. Rad. calumbaecontus.............. aagl Aquae bullientis........................Oj. Steep for twenty-four hours and then strain. Sig.--One tablespoonful in a wineglassful of water just before or after each meal. I cannot say much for the...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123689734X
  • 9781236897343