The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and Surgery, Volume 14, Issue 3

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Page 84 - LACTOPEPTINE, The most important remedial agent ever presented to the Profession for Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising from imperfect nutrition.
Page 26 - Tubes, which are fastened to the front of the belt by simple loops, pass down and through the stem of the cup and up to the back of the belt. These soft rubber tubes being elastic adapt themselves to all the varying positionsof the body and perform the service of the ligaments of the womb.
Page 75 - Hydrangea" represents thirty grains of FRESH HYDRANGEA and three grains of CHEMICALLY PURE Benzo-Salicylate of Lithia. Prepared by our improved process of osmosis, it is INVARIABLY of DEFINITE and UNIFORM therapeutic strength, and hence can be depended upon in clinical practice. DOSE.— One or two teaspoonfuls four times a day (preferably between meals).
Page 129 - Accidental or operative injuries to the cerebral membranes, meningeal arteries, or venous sinuses should be treated as are similar lesions of similar structures in other localities. IX. The results of the study of cerebral localization are more necessary to the conscientious surgeon than to the neurologist.
Page 34 - Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, perfectly digested with both Pepsin and Pancreatine, it is therefore immediately assimilated by the most delicate stomachs, and is in the only condition in which oil can be conveyed by the lacteals into the system to form blood-corpuscles. It is, therefore, of inestimable value in CONSUMPTION and all WASTING DISEASES. The fact of its being already digested with both PEPSIN and PANCREATINE obviates...
Page 84 - LACTOPEPTINE precisely represents in composition the natural digestive juices of the Stomach, Pancreas and Salivary Glands, and will, therefore, readily dissolve all foods necessary to the recuperation of the human organism.

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