Southern Practitioner, Volume 32

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Page 603 - 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.
Page 515 - To reduce fever, quiet pain, and at the same time administer a gentle laxative and strong tonic is to accomplish a great deal with a single tablet. We refer to Laxative Antikamnia & Quinine Tablets.
Page 102 - The experience of the medical profession justifies the confidence which it has so often expressed. In the whole intestinal tract this remedy acts as a sedative and hypnotic. It does not lessen the supply of blood to any organ of the body, but gives natural and consistent nerve rest.
Page 315 - A VERY GRAVE ERROR. The experience of many of the best men of the profession, not only of the United States but abroad, has established the clinical value of antikamnia tablets.
Page 419 - Oft times during the summer, the physician is put to his very wit's end to find a tissue nutrient for his tubercular and debilitated patients; one that will agree with them during the hottest weather. Cord. Ext. Ol. Morrhuae Comp (Hagee) by reason of its palatability and the ease with which it is assimilated. is the ideal agent of this character not alone in the summer but at all other seasons. * * * # PHYSICIANS' LEATHER BAGS AND MEDICINE CASES.
Page 218 - In prescribing the products of manufacturing pharmacists, we should be guided to a great extent by the business standing of the manufacturers. No other house in the south or west has a better reputation for strict integrity than the Robinson-Pettet Company, Lcuisville, Ky. We do not hesitate to recommend the preparations advertised by them on page 30, this issue. THE EUROPEAN MINERAL SPRING TREATMENT. In certain diseases, a "course...
Page 516 - This is especially true in the beginning of the various fevers; in acute throat, bronchial, and lung affections; and especially in the acute illnesses of early life. Attention is particularly called to the therapeutics of this tablet. One of its ingredients acts especially by increasing intestinal secretion, another by increasing the flow of bile, another by stimulating peristaltic action, and still another by Its especial power to unload the colon.
Page 259 - PAINFUL MONTHLY PERIODS. MANY DOCTORS PRESCRIBE a combination of DIOVIBURNIA and NEUROSINE (equal parts) to abate the PAIN and NERVOUSNESS of DYSMENORRHEA. DIOVIBURNIA acting as a reconstructor of the parts affected, NEUROSINE allaying the pain, RESUSCITATING and TONING the Nervous System. Physicians can prescribe DIOVIBURNIA and NEUROSINE with impunity, as these Products CONTAIN NO OPIUM, MORPHINE, CHLORAL or other deleterious drugs.
Page 315 - They have found it of value in the neuralgias and nervous headaches, resulting from over-work and prolonged mental strain, paroxysmal attacks of sciatica, brow-ague, painful menstruation, la grippe and allied conditions. Indeed the practitioner who has such cases as the latter come under his observation...
Page 53 - B street SE., Washington, DC, Monday, January 20, 1908, at 10 o'clock am, for the purpose of examining candidates for admission to the grade of assistant surgeon in the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service.

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