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" If given during digestion, the acids and starch alter and weaken their action. Acids, as a rule, should be given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a favorable condition for the diffusion of the acid into the... "
New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription - Page 233
1889
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volume 32

1885
...alkalies be given, before or after meals? First, as to acids. When acids are prescribed with the view to check the excessive formation of the acids of the gastric juice, they may be given before meals — as, by the laws of osmosis, they will determine the glandular flow...
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The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and ..., Volume 16

Medicine - 1888
...weaken their action. Acids, as a rule, should be given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a favorable condition for the diffusion of the acid into the blood. Phenacetine-Bayer and Salol. — If you wish to be posted on the value of these agents in the cure...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 40

Medicine - 1897
...because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a ,'avorable condition for the diffusion of the acids into the blood. Acids may be given before food when...acids of the gastric juice. By giving it before meals the osmosis stomachward of the acid-forming materials is checked. Irritating and dangerous drugs, such...
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The Medical News, Volume 43

Medicine - 1883
...practice. They must be considered separately. First, as to acids. When acids are prescribed with the view to check the excessive formation of the acids of the gastric juice, when should they be administered? A moment's consideration given to the laws of osmosis will decide...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Volume 6

Medicine - 1884
...alkalies be given, before or after meals? First, as to acids. When acids are prescribed with the view to check the excessive formation of the acids of the gastric juice, they may be given before meals — as, by the laws of osmosis, they will determine the glandular flow...
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The Peoria Medical Monthly, Volume 5

J. Murphy, J.L. Hamilton, H. Steele - Medicine - 1885
...alkalies be given, before or after meals? First, as to acids. When acids are prescribed with the view to check the excessive formation of the acids of the gastric juice, they may be given before meals—as, by the laws of osmosis, they will determine the glandular flow...
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College and Clinical Record, Volume 9

1888
...weaken their action. Acids, as a rule, should be given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a favorable condition...before meals you check the osmosis stomachward of the acid-forming materials. Irritating and dangerous drugs should be given directly after food, such as...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 10

Medicine - 1888
...weaken their action. Acids, as a rule, should be given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrane of the stomach is in a favorable condition...prescribed to check the excessive formation of the ncids of the gastric juice. By giving it before meals, you check the osmosis stomach-ward of the acid-forming...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 20

Medicine - 1888
...action. Acids, as a rule, should he given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrance of the stomach is in a favorable condition for the...be given before food when prescribed to check the excesssve formation of the acids of the gastric juice. By giving it before meals you check the osmosis...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 20

Medicine - 1888
...action. Acids, as a rule, should he given between the digestive acts, because the mucous membrance of the stomach is in a favorable condition for the...Acids may be given before food when prescribed to cheek the excesssve formation of the acids of the gastric juice. By giving ' it before meals you check...
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