Oklahoma Medical News-journal, Volume 13

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Page 46 - The following suggestions for the treatment of La' Grippe will not be amiss at this time when there seems to be a prevalence of it and its allied complaints. The patient is usually seen when the fever is present, as the chill, which occasionally ushers in the disease, has generally passed away. First of all the bowels should be opened freely by some saline draught. For the severe headache, pain and general soreness give one Antikamnia Tablet, or if the pain is very severe, two tablets should be given.
Page 103 - Truth, crushed to earth, shall rise again; The eternal years of God are hers; But Error, wounded, writhes in pain, And dies among his worshippers.
Page 149 - Any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine, within the meaning of this act, who shall profess publicly to be a physician and to prescribe for the sick, or who shall append to his name the letters
Page 220 - It is a sedative to the respiratory centers in both acute and chronic disorders of the lungs. Cough in the vast majority of cases is promptly and lastingly decreased and often entirely suppressed. In diseases of the respiratory...
Page 75 - ... function is sure to entail, and injected that blood into patients suffering from exophthalmic goitre. The results were so encouraging that other practitioners soon adopted the method or a modification of it. The Deutsche Medicinische Wochenschrift, No. 38, 1899, contained a report of three cases of exophthalmic goitre, in the practice of Dr. Burghart, that improved under the treatment, two of them decidedly. Dr. Burghart did not confine himself to the use of injections, but administered a dried...
Page 48 - The case was adjourned for a week, at the end of which time Cruttenden, through his solicitor, gave an undertaking that he would stop all manufacture of glyco-thymol and destroy all labels, bottles, etc., connected with the sale of that preparation. The firm of Kress & Owen Co. are deserving of congratulation over the result of this case. They had every reason for prosecuting Cruttenden, as it was nothing short of dishonest, and entirely contrary to the law that he should stoop to such practices...
Page 46 - One tablet three or four times a day, will usually answer every purpose until health is restored. Dr. CA Bryce, editor of The Southern Clinic...
Page 47 - ... costive factor is a disturbance of the process of nutrition and cell proliferation, and that iron poverty is but one manifestation of this disorder. Ample proof of this fact has been presented to every doctor when he has observed how anaemic conditions persist in spite of the long continued administration of the various preparations of iron.
Page 260 - When the practical application of a drug demonstrates its usefulness, not in one case, but in many cases, as Seng has done for me, I am ready to subscribe to its therapeutic value, notwithstanding prejudice. Theory or prejudice have never yet cured a patient. In my experience Seng will stimulate all secretory glands and after cleansing with necessary eliminants, it will render the alimentary tract physiological.
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