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examination of the urine of a patient be made
D.P. Dr. Bundy, of Murphysboro, Ill., in the Physic?
This is sometimes called Davis' White Liquid Homeopathic News recommends giving this
Physic, and it is said to be made up of: remedy rapidly until “the system is saturated with it.” He sometimes also uses the sympto
.8 ounces Nitro-muriatic acid
2 fluid ounces matic treatment, as aconite, for the fever, and
Powdered alum. .....38 grains suitable local applications, as a liniment com.
24 fluid ounces posed of ammonia water, one half ounce, spirits Dissolve the sodium sulphate in the water, then add of camphor one and one-half ounces, oil of the nitro-muriatic acid and alum.--New Idea. sassafras, two drams and chloroform enough to
ACUTE RHEUMATISM. make four ounces.
Podophyllin The following is a list of patents issued by
Aloin... the U. S. Patent Office, from July 1 to July
M. Ft. pil. No. 1. Sig.–Give night and morning 19th, 1892, which are of interest to our read. as necessary. ers, as furnished by Geo. H. Chandlee, Patent
Give alkalies till saliva is alkaline. Follow Solicitor, Atlantic Bldg., Washington, D. C., ing is a useful combination : from whom copies of the same may be obtained,
R Lithii benzoatis
.dram ss at the rate of 25 cents each :
Sod, brom., Dental engine, to F. A. Damon, Fitchburg,
aa drams ij Mass.; Bottle stopper, to Emil Willbrandt,
.ounces jss Indianapolis, Ind.; Scalpel, to G. F. Atwood,
Syr, zingib. Malden, Mass.; Electric belt, to D. H. Andus,
Aq, menth. pip.,
aa ad, oz. vj
} St. Louis. Mo.; Process of testing milk, to
M. Sig.--Dr. ij to oz. ss in water, four to six hours Leffman & Beam, Phila., Pa.; Hand machine after meals. for pasting labels on bottles, to A. Eymer, Sag.
For antipyretics use antipyrin grain x and inaw, Mich. ; Electric brush, to R. E. wil.
digitalis grain j, combined.
For analgesics liams, Dallas, Tex.; Spinal brace, to C. P.
use phenacetin or antipyrin, and, if necessary, Gumpel, London, Eng; Atomizer, to T. E.
a combination of morphine, bromide and Ogram, Washington, D. C.; Poison bottle
chloral. Give alkaline mineral waters copi. stand, to G. L. Rands, London, England; ously. Give tonics, the following being excel Dental chair, to A. P. Gould, Canton, Ohio; lent: Dental chair, to B. W. Wilkerson, Baltimore, R Tr. Ferri chlor ..
...dram iv Md.; Dental tool, to E. C. Moore, Detroit,
Tr. nuc, vom.,
} Mich. ; Disinfecting apparatus, to C. B. Hy
aa dram ij
Syr. aurantii cort slip, Bradford, Pa.; Injector, W. E. Dodge,
.ounce į Elix, calisaya
:9. s. ounces ij Everett, Mass.; Larynx tube, to G. Ermold,
M. Sig.-Ounce j in water t, i, d. before meals. New York, N. Y.; Syringe, to G, F. Miles,
If heart weakens, use following: N. Y.; Syringe, to J. E. Kirkwood, Pullman,
R Spts, ammon, aromat ounces iij Wash. ; Antiseptic Quinoline, to J. Biegler,
..dram į Baltimore, Md.; Dental Flask Clamp, to M.
ounces i R. B. Creery, Ebensburg, Pa.; Dental forceps,
Tr, nuc, vom
...drams iij to C. E. Blake, Sr., San Francisco, Cal.;
M. Sig.-Dram j, t. i. d. Dental tool, to C. P. Lennox, Toronto,
For topical application use :
R Tr, aconite. rad.,
} Salida, Col.; Syringe case, to A. B Botsford.
... ounces ] Grand Rapids, Mich.
Tr, saponis camph.
M. Sig.-Apply locally, BORACIC ACID AS A SURGICAL DRESSING,
Exclude nitrogenous foods. Salicylates, Dr. Twitchell, of East St. Louis, Ill., reports
baths and massage are of doubtful value.-F. in the Amer. Med. Jour. success in the use of
Le Roy Satterlee, M. D.-Med. Age. boracic acid in powder form, as a simple anti. septic dressing in wounds of accident or opera
DUFFY'S CATHARTIC ELIXIR. tion; also in ulcers, including ulcers of the
This elixir, it is claimed, contains jalap, cornea.
senna, frangula, anise, caraway, coriander and KBBP your journals in a MEDICAL WORLD binder. galangal.-New Idea.
.aa ounce ss
ounces jss M. Sig.–Apply to the hands twice daily. Pain disappears, the skin softens and the fissures disappear rapidly.- Weekly Med. Review
HEMOPTYSIS. L'Union Medicale states that Bamberger recommends the following prescription in cases of hemoptysis : R Powdered alum...
grains xxx Hydrochlorate of morphine ....grain 72 Powdered white sugar
..dram i Make into six powders, and give all of them in di. vided doses, in the space of three or four hours, in case of profuse hemoptysis with cough.
Keep the patient absolutely quiet, and apply mustard plasters and external heat to the extremities.-Med. & Surg. Reporter.
LINIMENTUM CRINALE. (SQUIRE's, used as a powerful hair producer,) is composed as follows: Cantharidin..
. 1 ounce Oil of lavender,.
15 drops Rectified spirits of wine........
. 3 ounces When required the recipe should be taken to a chemist, as restrictions are placed upon the sale of cantharidin unless it is mixed with some other substances. — Boston Journal of Health.
BRANDRETH'S PILLS. DR. D. S. CLARK (American Druggist) says the following is the formula: Take of Extract colocynth...
. I scruple Aloes, socotrine..
I drop Powd. arabic and alcohol, of each sufficient quantity. Mix and make eighty pills. Dose: One to three as directed.
DIPHTHERIA. Nedzwiecki, of Serdobsk, highly recommends the following: R. Aquæ calcis ...
ounces vj Acidi salicylici
dram , M. Sig. -To shake well before using. A teaspoonful (to a child of one year), or a dessertspoonful (to children from two to ten), or a tablespoonful (to chil. dren above ten, and adults), every hour day and night; later on, as the improvement advances, every two and then three hours; after a complete disappearance of pseudo-membrane, three times daily, to continue for several days.-Med. Review.
PISTOIA POWDER. This is a powder made in a convent near Pistoia, Italy, and it is used very extensively as a protection against gout. The following is said by Mr. Chastaing to be its composition:
. 50 grammes This is made into 365 powders, one of which is taken each day of the year in a (full glass of cold or hot water. - Amer. Drug.
MOTHER SIEGEL'S SYRUP. Will you please publish the formula for Mother Siegel's Syrup?
The following is said to be the formula desired : Extract Culver's root,
ROBBERT'S CAMPHOR-TAR OINTMENT. The following is said to be the formula for the above article :
aa...ounce c--6/2 lbs.
black haw. ounces clx--10 Aloes....
ounces cxliv--9 Po. capsicum. .....ounces xvj. Po, sassafras. .....ounces clx--10 Borate soda,
....ounces clx-10 Spirits sea salt. ounces cxcij-12
Sugar house syrup. ..gallons xxx-30 Water, q.s. to make : ....gallons xc--90
Mix Dose. For tonic and alterative effect take 15 to 20 drops three times a day immediately after eating. For catbartic effect, one to three teaspoonfuls at Ledtime.- New Idea,
5 parts Lard.
.40 parts Mix them.--New Idea.
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ESGORGEMENT OF THE UTERUS-GONORRHEA.-I have tried Sanmetto in engorgement of the uterus and found it better than anything I ever used. Also in a case of long standing gonorrhea which gave permanent relief, Woodward, Ala.
W. C. Wood, M.D. The Best REMEDY FOR INTERNAL PILES :R Kennedy's pinus canadensis (dark) i dram
01. theobromæ.... M. Rub together, and make 20 suppositories by using a cold mould. Sig.-Insert suppository every night at bed hour.
ABORTED THE USUAL CORDEE.-One of our contribators lately told us of a case in which five grains of antikamnia, taken at bedtime, aborted the usual cordee. On a subsequent night, it returned slightly, but upur the patient's taking another five grain powder, 1 promptly left him.-Editor Medical and Surgical Journal, Aug., 1891.
As a baby powder and for chafing, Dr. Julius Fehr's, of Hoboken, N. J., is very fine.
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Twenty years ago very little was known about the isolation of pepsin and the other animal ferments, or their action. To day, much is known, although much may remain to be discovered.
Óne fact stands out clearly, however—if the raw material for the preparation of these ferments is handled at the place of supply by skilled chemists, then pepsia, and other ferments of much greater strength are obtained, and all disagreeable taste and odor, arising from decomposition, are avoided. The great packing firm of Armour & Company, Chicago, were the first 10
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