A Handbook of Therapeutics

H.K. Lewis, 1876 - 597 ˹

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˹ 202 - That there are some grounds for belie.ving that the tertiary symptoms of syphilis are both less frequent and less severe in those who have been efficiently treated by mercury than in others. That mercury cautiously given does not, in a great majority of instances, 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...
˹ 262 - 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).
˹ 402 - Of the tincture, half a drop, or a drop in a teaspoonful of water, should be given every ten minutes or quarter of an hour for two hours, and afterwards be continued every hour. If there be much prostration, and the pulse be feeble and weak, a still smaller dose will best be given.
˹ 601 - German pathologlsts, has long been felt ; and we venture to say no book could more perfectly supply that want than the present volume. . . . 'We would strongly recommend it to all who take any interest in the progress of thought and observation in surgical pathology and surgery.'' The Lancet.
˹ 201 - That in order to secure the antidotal efficacy of mercury against syphilis, it is desirable to introduce a considerable quantity into the system, and to protract its use over a very long time.