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" ... of lead, as recommended by Dr. Jacob. If no improvement followed the use of the liquor plumbi, in two or three days, he then... "
Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the British Association for the ... - Page 91
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1835 - 129 lehte
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 18. köide

1836
...two or three days, he then nad recourse to the solution of nitrate of silver, of the strength often grains to the ounce or more. He had found the five grain solution quite inefficient. Mr. BYRNE said, that in every case of purulent ophthalmia, which came under his notice, he had been able to trace...
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a ..., 54–55. köide

William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone - 1872
...Another lotion which is sometimes useful both in allaying the pain and lessening the discharge is a solution of nitrate of silver of the strength of ten grains to the ounce — two or three ounces of this should be injected at a time. Of internal remedies, arsenic and iron...
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British ...

William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Domett Stone - 1846
...prospect of not being able to fulfil her engagement Under these circumstances I applied to the fauces a solution of nitrate of silver, of the strength of ten grains to one ounce of distilled water, and repeated the application on the following morning. Under this treatment...
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An Epitome of Braithwaite's Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery ...

William Braithwaite, Walter S. Wells - 1860 - 919 lehte
...prospect of not being able to fulfill her engagement. Under these circumstances, I applied to the fauces a solution of nitrate of silver, of the strength of ten grains to one ounce of distilled water, and repeated the application the following morning. Under this treatment...
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Clinical Lectures on Diseases Peculiar to Women

Lombe Atthill - 1871 - 208 lehte
...Another lotion which is sometimes useful both in allaying the pain and lessening the discharge is a solution of nitrate of silver of the strength of ten grains to the ounce— two or three ounces, of this should be injected at a time. Of internal remedies, arsenic and iron are...
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Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal, 15. köide

1878
...account of salivation. The mucous tubercles were dusted with calomel powder, and to the excoriations a solution of nitrate of silver, of the strength of ten grains to the ounce, was applied, with the effect of much improving their condition. The incontinence of urine continuing,...
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North Carolina Medical Journal, 3–4. köide

1879
...apply, once a day, with a camel's hair pencil, to the inner surfaces of the everted lids, a littlo of a solution of nitrate of silver of the strength of ten grains to the ounce, provided its effect is partially neutralized in a few seconds, and before the lids are returned to...
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Modern household medicine

Charles Robert Fleury - 1879
...eye, and this should consist in immediately dropping into the eye a quillful of the solution of the Nitrate of Silver, of the strength of ten grains to the ounce of distilled water ; warm bathing and protection from the light are the only other points of importance....
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Druitt's Surgeon's Vade Mecum: A Manual of Modern Surgery

Robert Druitt, Stanley Boyd - 1887 - 985 lehte
...containing cantharides. For the common excoriated sore throat, the best application is a solution of the nitrate of silver of the strength of ten grains to the ounce, or of a finely pointed stick lightly applied. When there are ulcers, gargles of corrosive sublimate (F....
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The Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine, 3. köide

New York Academy of Medicine - 1864
...infusion of catnip, and her father was to make an application to the trachea, through the opening, of a solution of nitrate of silver, of the strength of ten grains to the ounce, morning and evening. A compress, secured in place by strips of adhesive plaster, was worn over the...
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