The Chicago Medical Times, Volume 38, Issue 12

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Page 556 - GOLD MEDAL Louisiana Purchase Exposition A non-toxic antiseptic of known and definite power, prepared in a form convenient for immediate use, of ready dilution, sightly, pleasant, and sufficiently powerful for all purposes of asepsis: these are advantages which Listerine embodies. The success of Listerine is based upon merit, and the best advertisement of Listerine is — Listerine. LISTERINE DERMATIC SOAP An antiseptic detergent for use in the antiseptic treatment of diseases of the skin. Listerine...
Page xv - SANMETTO FOR GENITOURINARY DISEASES. A Scientific Blending of True Santal and Saw Palmetto In a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle. A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System. SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN PROSTATIC TROUBLES OF OLD MEN-IRRITABLE BLADDERCYSTITIS URETHRITIS PRE-SEN I LITY.
Page x - A CO. IS ON THE ORDER BEFORE YOU SIGN IT. FOLK'S Is the only complete Medical Directory. FOLK'S is the only Medical Directory having an index to all physicians In the United States.
Page xviii - MUCOUS ASTRINGENT. It has proven to be of priceless value to the Physician In the treatment of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Vaginitis, Catarrh, Ulcers, etc. A specific for night sweats. Rio Chemical Co. New York. Nerve Disorders. If your patient suffers from THE BLUES (Nerve Exhaustion), Nervous Insomnia, Nervous Headache, Irritability or General Nervousness, give one teaspoonful four times a day.
Page 554 - VIN MARIANI RELIABLE IN CONVALESCENCE, DEBILITY, NEURASTHENIA AND ALLIED CONDITIONS ; A NUTRIENT TONIC STIMULANT OF INIMITABLE EXCELLENCE DURING HALF A CENTURY Recommended by the Medical Profession of the World.
Page 556 - Listerine, while the quality of excellence of the soap-stock employed as the vehicle for this medication, will be readily apparent when used upon the most delicate skin, and upon the scalp. Listerine Dermatic Soap contains no animal fats, and none but the very best vegetable oils; before it is "milled...
Page 553 - Your success in the practice of medicine depends largely upon two things: — The quality of the remedial or medicinal agents used, and your ability to properly use them. Inert agents and faulty technique will make a failure of the best of physicians. A standard article cannot build a reputation for any man unless he has the wisdom to properly use it. When called upon to treat a Non-Suppurative Synovitis, say of the knee in an adult, prescribe the best possible remedy, ANTIPHLOGISTINE a medium can,...
Page 551 - He believes the coal-tar analgesics are of use as well as the preparations of iron and sodium salicylate. Other practitioners find that it is necessary, in many cases, to administer codeine in small doses, and antikamnia and codeine tablets would seem to have been especially prepared in its proportions for just these indications. The codeine in these tablets is especially prepared, does not induce habit, is nonconstipating and is chemically pure.
Page 556 - Dermatic" Soap, and as the antiseptic constituents of Listerine are added to the soap after it has received its surplus of unsaponified emollient oil, they retain their peculiar antiseptic virtues and fragrance.
Page 555 - HAGEE'S CORDIAL acts as an effective tonic stimulant in the treatment of colds, coughs, all chronic pectoral affections, phthisis, scrofula, neurasthenia, general debility, indigestion and mal-assimilation, and is especially recommended in the treatment of children's diseases, such as rachitis, general marasmus, etc. Where tonic, alterative and reconstructive treatment is indicated, discriminating physicians specify COIflX OL.

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