A Handbook of Therapeutics

Lewis, 1879 - 647 ˹

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˹ 251 - That mercury cautiously given, does not, in a great majority of cases, do any injury to the general health, and that its local inconveniences may usually be prevented. " That the doctrine of the real antidotal character of mercury in respect to syphilis, ought to lead to much more prolonged administration of it, with the hope of destroying utterly all lingering germs of the malady. " That most collected statistics as to...
˹ 316 - The protective he employs is made of oiled silk " brushed over with a mixture of one part of dextrine, two parts of powdered starch, and sixteen parts of cold watery solution of carbolic acid (one to twenty).