The Medical Formulary

The Medical Formulary

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ...three new classes, of which the present constitutes one. Class XX. is arranged on a pharmaceutical, rather than a therapeutical basis, and its subdivisions are named according to the form of preparation employed. Viz. Oollyria, Injections, Gargles, Liniments, Ointments, Cataplasms, Baths, Fomentations, and Fumigations. APDOLLYRIA. These are preparations applied to the eyes. They are sometimes dry, but generally liquid--consisting of infusions, decoctions, or distilled waters, with the addition of various substances. R. Sacchari, Zinci Oxidi, 55. partes aequales. Tere in pulverem. M. RECAMIER. connrnm. 223 Dry Collyrium of Red Precipita-te, dc. R. Sacchari, 5ij. Hydrargyri Oxidi Rubri, gr. x. Zinci Oxidi, Bj. Fiat pulvis subtilissimus. DUPUYTREN. This and the preceding powder are used in opacities of the cornea, by blowing them into the eye through a quill. t. Dry Collyrium of Opium, ta. i R. Pulveris Opii, gr. iv. Hydrargyri Chloridi Mitis, Sacchari, 5.5. Bj. " Tere bene. ' These compounds are blown into the eyes for the removal of specks on the cornea resulting from inflammation. Powder of Blue Vitriol, &c. R. Cupri Sulphatis, Boli Armeniae, as Camphoraa, 5ij. Fiat pulvis.---Put Zj. of this powder into a pint of boiling water; filter the solution, and mix 5j. of it with of clear water, and apply it to the purulent eyes of infants by means of a syringe, pro re nata. CO0PER'S Surgery. Lapis Divinus. B. Aluminis, Potassae Nitratis, 5.5. Cupri Sulphatis, ' Camphoree, 5ss., The alum, nitre, and sulphate of copper are to be fused together in a glazed earthen crucible, to drive ofi' the water of crystallization, and the camphor is to be added near the end of the process. The cold mass is to be broken in pieces, and preserved in a...show more

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  • Paperback | 98 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 191g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236487451
  • 9781236487452