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Micajah & Co. offer the following suggestions : “Leucorrhea should be checkt at its first appearance and not allowed to run on until the whole uterin tract is involved.
Every second or third day use a copious hot water douche (100°, 110°F.) thoroly cleansing the vagina, followed by one Uterin Wafer (Micajaħ) inserted in the vagina close to the os uteri.
"The action of this wafer is especially noteworthy in cases arising from infection, for as the wafer dissolves and spreads over the parts involved within that area, gonococci cannot exist." See adv. on page 33.
Doctor, have you a good air compressor? If not satisfactorily equipt in this direction turn to page 21 and read Mr. Comstock's advertisement of electric air compressors.
Nasal cleanliness should be more attended to than it is. On page 14 Mr. H. L. Harris presents a new form of nasal dish adapted to ordinary daily use. See adv.
If you have any medical books to sell, communicate with L. S. Matthews & Co., of St. Louis. See adv. on page 22. Or if you wish to buy some of the standard works, get their list of second-hand bargains.
The Chloride of Silver Dry Cell Battery has been before the profession for a long time; it is no untried experiment. If your electrical equipment is not complete, get their catalog. See adv. on page 14.
Dr. Leopold Neufeld writes briefly on Veronal, corroborating previous reports of the positiv hypnotic effects of the drug. He illustrates its effects with four cases, and reaches the following conclusions :
Veronal is a harmless hypnotic. Dissolved in warm liquids it induces sleep rapidly-namely, in half to one and a half hours, depending upon the patient's condition.
“Pruni-Heroin is a preparation composed of heroin, terpin hydrate, ammonia muriate and adjuvants so combined as to make it a remedy possessing superior merits in the treatment of coughs, acute or chronic bronchitis, asthma, la grippe, laryngitis and pneumonia."
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The Hawthorne Drug Co. give the following brief history of the Bixby remedy: Discovered by the late Dr. M. J. Bixby-a consumption specialist-while in search of an effectiv inhalant. It was used by him for several years in lung disorders, with results never before obtained in these diseases.” See adv. on page 24.
Messrs. I. O. Woodruff & Co., of New York, advertise in THE MEDICAL WORLD every month, just three remedies. These remedies are prepared from formu. las of old Dr. Freligh, and they have stood the test of years. They are only three in number, but what an important field they cover! They are a heart tonic, a liver tonic, and a nerve tonic. The ingredients of each are given in the advertisement on page 32, of this issue. See the advertisement and send for samples; for such is Messrs. Woodruff & Co.'s confidence in them that they offer samples sufficient for ten days' trial, free upon request.
Now comes the season for diseases of the respiratory tract; bronchitis, laryngitis, coryza, etc., are sufficiently bad in themselves, but unless properly treated they may easily lead to worse. Messrs. Wm. R. Warner & Co. present their Expectorozone as a remedy meeting these conditions. All our readers know the firm of Warner & Co., and will be interested in this timely remedy. See adv. on page 29, and send for samples and literature.
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The Marvel Co. have sent us a leaflet containing many strong testimonials from users of the Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. Seems like a good thing; don't you think so? See adv. on page 9, the cut will give you a good idea of its effect.
Is the hemoglobin test your bugaboo? Why? Be. cause it needs a costly instrument and much time and care? Then you are wrong ; since the Tallquist scale was invented it is as easy as feeling the pulse. See adv. on page 20.
"It is a powerful germicide, but is harmless to healthy tissues; destroys pus and septic materials; has a 'mechanical' action which dislodges dirt from accidental wounds." Quoted from the Dioxogen adv. on page 23. Do you use it in your practise ? See adv. and send for literature.
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A. H. Connett, M.D., Great Bend, Kansas, says, “I have used Satyria in cystitis and prostatic troubles and find it very efficient.”
August 2, 1903.
If you are thinking of joining the ever increasing army of progressiv physicians who use automobiles, by no means make your purchase until you have investigated the Duryea Three-Wheeler. See adv. on page 10 and write for information.
How do you keep your accounts with your patients ? In arbitrary signs that will not be recognized in a court of law in case of necessity ? Or in plain words and figures that any court will recognize? You can have the latter method, and at the same time have several other advantages, if you use The Physician's Pocket Account Book. See adv. on page 2.
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Have you a storm shield for your buggy, for bad weather See Mr. Walter's adv. on page 21.
Why buy antiseptic solutions when you can buy Tyree's powder so much cheaper? Water is cheap, why buy it when you have plenty of it at home without extra cost ? Tyree's Powder is highly recommended by those who use it. See adv. on page 15.
In a paper read before the Chatauqua Co. Branch of the A. M. A., May 31, 1904, Dr. W. M. Bemus said, “The best spinal support for these cases, and also for all forms of spinal curvature, that I know of, is made by the Philo Burt Mfg. Co., of Jamestown, N. Y.” See adv. on page 25 and send for further information.
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The advent of the season in which
COUGH, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA,
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GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) is conspicuously valuable in the treatment of Pneumonia, Phthisis, and Chronic Affections of the Lungs, for the reason that it is more prompt and decided in effect than either codeine or morphine, and its prolonged use neither leaves undesirable after-effects nor begets the drug habit.' It acts as a reparative in an unsurpassable manner.
If your patient is suffering with Insomnia,
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