Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to Medicine and Surgery, Volume 12, Issue 1

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Page 14 - OH) is not a simple alkaline emulsion of oleum morrhuae, but ^ ^— — ^ — ^ — a hydro-pancreated preparation, containing acids and a small percentage of soda. Pancreatin is the digestive principle of fatty foods, and in the soluble form here used, readily converts the oleaginous material into assimilable matter, a change so necessary to the repafative process in all wasting diseases.
Page 14 - Hydroleme, furnishing, as it does, the acid and soda necessary to prevent selfpoisoning by re-absorption of morbid tubercular detritus and purulent matters into the general circulation...
Page 14 - Hydroleine is invaluable, supplying, as it does, the true brain-food, and being more easily assimilated by the digestive organs than any other emulsion. The principles upon which this discovery is based have been described in a treatise on " The Digestion and Assimihition of Fata in the Human Body,
Page 46 - Agents — Iron and Manganese ; The ToniCS — Quinine and Strychnine ; And the Vitalizing Constituent— Phosphorus, Combined in the form of a Syrup, with slight alkaline reaction.
Page 14 - ALTERANS continues to gain favor from its remarkable Alterative and Tonic properties, eliminating specific poison from the blood and increasing the proportion of red corpuscles in...

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