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" It is to be spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is to be dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. "
Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies. - Page 485
by Edwin M Hale, M.D. - 1897
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Urine, Urinary Deposits, and Calculi: And on the Treatment of Urinary ...

Lionel Smith Beale - Urine - 1864 - 439 pages
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. When dry it is scraped...
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Detroit Review of Medicine and Pharmacy, Volume 2

Medicine - 1867
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membraue. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or m vacua, over sulphuric acid. When dry, it is scraped...
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Southern Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 2

Erasmus Darwin Fenner, Daniel Warren Brickell - Medicine - 1867
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which ia dried at a temperature ot 100 over hot water, or in vacuo, over sulphuric acid. When dry it is...
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The Saint Louis Medical Reporter, Volume 2

Medicine - 1868
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo, over sulphuric acid. When dry it is scraped...
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Volume 25

Medicine - 1868
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is dried at a temperature of 100 degrees over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. When dry, it...
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Kidney diseases, urinary deposits, and calculous disorders

1869 - 472 pages
...gastric juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. When dry it is scraped...
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Yearbook of Pharmacy: Comprising Abstracts of Papers Relating to Pharmacy ...

British Pharmaceutical Conference - 1872
...juice, with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is to be spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is to be dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. Care must be taken that the temperature does not rise...
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Year Book of Pharmacy

British Pharmaceutical Conference - 1874
...with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is to be spread out on a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is to be dried at a temperature of 100 F. over hot water, or in vacua over sulphuric acid. Care must be taken that the temperature does not...
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Disease Germs, Their Nature and Origin

Lionel Smith Beale - Bacteria - 1872 - 472 pages
...juice with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is to be spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is to be dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. PEPSIN AS A MEDICINE. 379 Care must be taken that...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 30

1872
...juice with much epithelium from the glands and surface of the mucous membrane. It is to be spread out upon a piece of glass, so as to form a very thin layer, which is to be dried at a temperature of 100 over hot water, or in vacuo over sulphuric acid. Care must be taken that the temperature does not rise...
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