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" Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended ; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and defeat the object for which they were prescribed. Metallic salts, especially... "
The Medical World - Page 49
1889
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The Medical World, Volume 6

Medicine - 1888
...poisonous drugs, such as salts of arsenic, copper,' zinc and iron, should be given directly after meals. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after...corrosive- sublimate, tannin and pure alcohol ; hence they shoul^ be given at the close of digestion. Malt extracts, cod liver oil, the phosphates, etc.,' should...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 10

Medicine - 1888
...zinc, and iron, except where local conditions require their administration in small doses before food. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and...
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Weekly Medical Review, Volume 17

Medicine - 1888
...zinc, and iron, except where local condition require their administration in small doses before food. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 20

Medicine - 1888
...zinc, and iron, except where local conditions require their administration in small doses before food. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended : if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and...
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College and Clinical Record, Volume 9

1888
...zinc, and iron, except where local conditions require their administration in small doses before food. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended ; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and...
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New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volume 8

Medicine - 1889
...and iron, except where local conditions require their administration, in small doses before fcoil. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion has ended; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes, and...
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Medical consultation book

George P. Hachenberg - Medicine - 1893 - 776 pages
...between meals; acids given before meals check the excessive secretions of the acids of the gastric juice. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after...organic matter decomposes it, and renders it inert. Malt extracts, cod liver oil, the phosphates, etc., should be given with or directly after food.* There...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volumes 66-67

Medicine - 1897
...after food, except where local conditions require their administration in small doses before food. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after the process of digestion is ended; if given during food, chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes and defeat the object for which...
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The Medical Fortnightly, Volumes 17-18

Medicine - 1900
...poisonous drugs, such as salts of arsenic, copper, zinc, and iron, should be given directly after meals. Oxide and nitrate of silver should be given after...digestion is ended, inasmuch as organic matter decomposes and renders it inert. The active principle of the gastric juice is impaired and rendered inert by corrosive...
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The Medical Summary: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine, New ..., Volume 31

R. H. Andrews - Medicine - 1909
...where local conditions require their administration in small doses before meals. Silver preparations should be given after the process of digestion is ended; if given during digestion chemical reactions destroy or impair their special attributes and defeat the object for which...
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