Medical Era, Volume 7

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Era Publishing Company, 1889
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Page viii - Send for descriptive circular. Physicians who wish to test it will be furnished a bottle on application, without expense, except express charges. Prepared under the direction of Prof. EN HORSFORD, by the Rumford Chemical Works, Providence, RI BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS. CAUTION :— Be sure the word " HORSFORD'S
Page 382 - Professor of Pathology and Practical Medicine in the Medical Department of the University of the City of New York ; Visiting Physician to Bellevue Hospital, etc. Eighth edition, revised and enlarged, with two hundred and fifteen illustrations. New York : William Wood & Co., 1889.
Page xvii - During the past season a large number of physicians and eminent chemists visited our laboratory, at Goshen, NY, and witnessed every detail connected with the production of Carnrick's Soluble Food. This invitation to witness our process is continuously open to physicians and chemists.
Page 167 - This is a new class of medicines (spherical in form) designed for the administration of remedies in small doses for frequent repetition in cases of children and adults. It is claimed by some practitioners that small doses given at short intervals exert a more salutary effect.
Page xvii - Soluble Food. This invitation to witness our process is continuously open to Physicians and Chemists. All expenses from New York to Goshen and return will be paid by us.
Page xii - DOSE. — 1 to 2 every hour. Two Parvules of Calomel, taken every hour, until five or six doses are administered (which will comprise but half a grain), produce an activity of the liver which will be followed by bilious dejections and beneficial effects, that twenty grains of Blue Mass or ten grains of Calomel rarely cause, and sickness of the stomach does not usually follow.
Page 190 - I have been practising medicine in Texas for twenty-two years, have tried many other preparations, but after all I hold to yours as the old reliable; they have never disappointed me. My motive in making this statement is that others may be induced to give them a fair trial.
Page xiii - Weakness, and maladies requiring a Tonic and Nutrient. It is quickly absorbed by the Stomach and upper portion of the Alimentary Canal, and therefore finds its way into the circulation quite rapidly.
Page 273 - That in the production of cirrhosis and gout alcoholic excess plays that very marked part which it has long been recognized as doing ; and that there is no other disease anything like so distinctly traceable to the effects of alcoholic liquors. 4. That cirrhosis and gout apart, the effect of alcoholic liquors is rather to predispose the body towards the attacks of disease generally than to induce any special pathological lesion.

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