The Medical Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 8

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Bermingham & Company, 1877
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Page 255 - MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore.
Page 246 - ... elements of food. A single dose of the Improved Trommer's Extract of Malt, contains a larger quantity of the active properties of Malt, than a pint of the best ale or porter; and not having undergone fermentation, is absolutely free from alcohol and carbonic acid. The dose for adults is from a dessert to a tablespoonful three times daily. It is best taken after meals, pure, or mixed with a glass of milk, or in water, wine, or any kind of spirituous liquor. Each bottle contains ONE and ONE-HALF...
Page 246 - MALT, during the four years that it has been manufactured and offered to the medical profession in America, justifies the belief that in its production here we are meeting a generally felt want. Long experience in manufacturing Malt Extract has enabled us to completely overcome the many difficulties attending its manufacture in large quantity; and we positively assure the profession that our Extract of Malt is not only perfectly pure and reliable, but...
Page 7 - A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. For the use of Students and Practitioners.
Page 246 - Pharmacopoea, as given by Hager, that has been so generally received by the profession, I find it to substantially agree with that article. Yours truly, SILAS H. DOUGLAS, Prof, of Analytical and Applied Chemistry.
Page 246 - ... and that its flavor actually improves by age. Our Extract is guaranteed to equal, in every respect, the best German make, while, by avoiding the expenses of importation, it. is afforded at less than half the price of the foreign article. The Malt from which it is made- is obtained by carefully malting the very best quality of selected Toronto Canada Barley. The Extract is prepared by an improved process, which prevents inj ury to its properties or flavor by excess of heat.
Page 246 - Extract is guaranteed to equal, in every respect, the best German make, while, by avoiding the expenses of importation, it is afforded at less than half the price of the foreign article. The Malt from which" it is made is obtained by carefully malting the very best quality of selected Toronto (Canada) Barley. The Extract is prepared by an improved process, which prevents injury to its properties or flavor by excess of heat. It represents the soluble Constituents of Malt and Hops viz : Malt Sugar,...
Page 246 - LIME and MAGNESIA, and ALKALINE SALTS. Attention is invited to the following analysis of this Extract, as given by S. H. Douglas, Professor of Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. TROMMER EXTRACT...
Page 246 - EXTRACT OF MALT, during the four years that it has been manufactured and offered to the medical profession in America, justifies the belief that in its production here and we are meeting a generally felt want.
Page 269 - He resumed the practice of medicine in New York city. He was sanitary superintendent of the board of health, New York city, 1866-69. After his resignation in 1869 he returned to general practice and was clinical assistant to the professor of practical medicine and lecturer on diseases of the nervous system in the College of physicians and surgeons. Early in 1870 he established himself in Boston, Mass., and was appointed visiting physician to the Massachusetts general hospital, and instructor in theory...

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