The Medical Fortnightly, Bind 4,Oplag 1


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Side 377 - LISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent an antizymotic — especially adapted to internal use, and to make and maintain surgical cleanliness — asepsis — in the treatment of all parts of the human body, whether by spray, irrigation, atomization, or simple local application, and therefore characterized by its particular adaptability to the field of PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-INDIVIDUAL, PROPHYLAXIS.
Side 372 - Wheat, and designed for the remainder of the nursing period and for Invalids. We make the statement at the head of this page with a knowledge of the general opinion of the Profession in reference to artificial feeding, and a full appreciation of what our statement implies. It is based on personal observation and actual test in hundreds of cases, and we hope that no Physician will doubt this statement without verifying it by making a trial of our Infant Foods as now put up in hermetically sealed cans.
Side 372 - Oil. KUMYSGEN is incomparable as a Food where easy digestion, high nutrition and palatability are desired. A pound bottle of KUMYSGEN will be sent any Physician prepaid on receipt of fifty cents, which is about one-third its retail price. KUMYSGEN is now put up only in bottles holding 20 ounces and 5 pounds. KUMYSGEN is much less expensive than ordinary Liquid Kumyss to prescribe and its keeping qualities are perfect, while the latter spoils in a very short time.
Side 372 - Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cancer of the Stomach and all conditions of the digestive organs where no food or even •water can be retained. In Phthisis, it will increase weight and strength far more rapidly than Cod Liver Oil. KUMYSGEN is incomparable as a Food where easy digestion, high nutrition and palatability are desired.
Side 390 - ... scarcely worth while to seriously combat this assertion. For while it may be true that some substances are not altered by the gastric juice before they are absorbed into the system, it certainly is not true of many others, and it surely is erroneous as regards those of animal origin. Indeed it is, I think, doubtful if anything capable of being acted upon by the gastric juice and of being absorbed into the blood gets into the system in exactly the same form in which it got into the stomach. And...
Side 397 - Shake well, pour it on a large wet muslin drainer, wring out the water and alcohol, and wash with fresh water. The stomach having been evacuated by emetics while the antidote was being prepared, give four fluid ounces at once, to be followed by an emetic.

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