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" ... while the use of the plain Oil or the Emulsions soon injures digestion to such an extent that but a small portion is assimilated. 3d. It is so palatable that many Physicians administer it to delicate patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration... "
The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and Surgery - Page 24
1885
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The Massachusetts Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 5

1885
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic secretions of the stomach in its effort to peptonlze a substance only digested in the duodenum and also cause unpleasant eructations ami nausea....
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The Massachusetts Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 4

1884
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liter Oil, or the Smulaions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic secretions of the slomach in its effort to peptonize a substance only digested in the duodenum and also cause unpleasant...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 5, Issue 2

1885
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...will prove five times greater than Plain Oil or the Emulsions now in use. 6th. The keeping qualities of Peptonized Cod Liver Oil and Milk have been thoroughly...
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American Observer Medical Monthly, Volumes 20-21

1883
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liverr Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...will prove five times greater than Plain Oil or the Emulsions now in use. 6th. The keeping qualities of PEPTONIZED COD LTVBB On, AND MILK have been thoroughly...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 5, Issue 5

1885
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plaii. Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...COD LIVER OIL AND MILK will convince any Physician hat its reconstructive properties will prove five times greater than Plain Oil or the Emulsions now...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 5, Issue 1

1885
...patients as a preparation of cream. • 4th. The administration of plait Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...effort to peptonize a substance only digested in the laodenum and also cause unpleasant eructations and nausea. 5th. A trial of PEPTONIZF.D COD LIVER OIL...
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Archives of Medicine: A Bi-monthly Journal Devoted to Original ..., Volumes 1-12

Royal W Amidon, Edward Constant Seguin - 1885
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...will prove five times greater than plain Oil or the Emulsions now in use. 6th. The keeping qualities of PEPTONIZED COD LlVER OlL AND MlLK have been thoroughly...
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Transaction, Volume 16

Texas Medical Association - 1884
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liver Oil, or the Emulsions now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic...Oil and Milk will convince any Physician that its restorative properties will prove five times greater than plain Oil or the Emulsions now in use. 6th....
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The Medical Annals, Volume 5

1884
...patients as a preparation of cream. 4th. The administration of plain Cod Liter Oil, or the Emulsion* now in use. will almost invariably exhaust the peptic secretions of the stomach in its effort to peptoniEe a substance only digested in i li • duodenum and also cause unpleasant eructations and...
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The English household magazine, Volume 5

1884
...patleuts us a preparation of cream. 4th.— The administration if PLAIN COD LIVKR OIL, or the BMULSIONS now in use, will almost invariably exhaust the peptic secretions of the stomach in ite effort to i-entonise a snlistance only digested in the duodenum, and also came unpleasant eructations...
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