Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 30, Issue 4

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Page 168 - It is unirritating, even when applied to the most delicate tissue. It does not coagulate serous albumen. It is particularly useful in the treatment of abnormal conditions of the mucosa, and admirably suited for a wash, gargle or douche in catarrhal conditions of the nose and throat. There is no possibility of poisonous effect through the absorption of Listerine.
Page 19 - In a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle. A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System. SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN PROSTATIC TROUBLES OF OLD MEN-IRRITABLE BLADDERCYSTITIS URETHRITIS PRE-SEN I LITY.
Page 160 - PRUNOIDS AN IDEAL PURGATIVE MINUS CATHARTIC INIQUITIES A real advance in the therapy of intestinal constipation. SENG A STIMULATOR OF DIGESTIVE PROCESSES Used alone or as a vehicle to augment and aid the natural functions of digestion. CACTINA FILLETS CEREUS GRANDIFLORUS IN ITS MOST EFFICIENT FORM A persuasive Heart Tonic to improve Cardiac nutrition.
Page 15 - MD, Professor of Physical Education and Director of the Department. University of Pennsylvania. Octavo of 393 pages, with 346 original illustrations.
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Page 16 - Surgery; Its Principles and Practice, In five volumes. By 66 eminent surgeons. Edited by WW Keen, MD, LLD., Hon. FRCS, Eng. and Edin., Emeritus Professor of the Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Phila.
Page 23 - Panax (Ginseng), has long been used with conspicuous success in all forms of functional diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract. It may be used alone or in any of the many combinations that the experience of the trained therapeutist will suggest. It has frequently been observed, however, that the administration of Seng, after everything else has failed, marks the beginning of substantial relief from the train of symptoms that result from atonicity of the gastro-intestinal glands.
Page 219 - ... Because, therefore, of the danger which attaches to the transportation of persons and baggage, and articles of merchandise, or animals from the infected districts, the following regulations are framed, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, and subject to the approval of the President, for the protection of the health of the people of the United States against the danger referred to.
Page 168 - When it is to be used in cleansing a cutaneous surface affected by disease, it is doubly important that a pure soap be selected, hence Listerine Dermatic Soap will prove an effective adjuvant in the general treatment prescribed for the relief of various cutaneous diseases. "The Inhibitory Action of Listerine...

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