Yearbook of Pharmacy: Comprising Abstracts of Papers Relating to Pharmacy, Materia Medica and Chemistry Contributed to British and Foreign Journal...with the Transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference

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J. O. Braithwaite
John Churchill & Sons, 1877
Includes the transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference at its 7th-64th annual meetings.
 

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Seite 424 - BENGER then read the report of the Executive Committee as" follows :— REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Seite 660 - STOWE, MRCS A TOXICOLOGICAL CHART, exhibiting at one view the Symptoms, Treatment, and Mode of Detecting the various Poisons, Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal. To which are added, concise Directions for the Treatment of Suspended Animation.
Seite 214 - ... Household Formulas. LICORICE: Stable Solutions of Licorice Juice. — A percolator, with alternate layers of broken glass, which have been well washed, first with hydrochloric acid and plentifully rinsed with distilled water, is the first requisite. This is charged with pieces of crude licorice juice, from the size of a hazel nut to that of a walnut, which are weighted down with wellwashed pebbles. The percolate is kept for 3 days in well corked flasks which have been rinsed out with alcohol...
Seite 432 - ... every person being the king's subject, having knowledge and experience of the nature of herbs, roots, and waters, or of the operation of the same, by speculation or practice...
Seite 626 - It is a question of obvious interest to the scientific surgeon whether those powerfully resistant germs are amenable to the ordinary processes of disinfection. It is perfectly certain that they resist to an extraordinary extent the action of heat. They have been proved competent to cause infusions, both animal and vegetable, to putrefy. How would they behave in the wards of...
Seite 548 - His benevolence was as abundant as his charity was extensive," and he had " originality of character," and a " lively entertaining manner." He was a firm believer in the divining rod, and left a treatise on its uses. In short, Cookworthy was a man of many sides, but always genial, courageous, and persevering ; a man who won the respect and esteem alike of high and low by his strict integrity, wide sympathies, and varied powers ; one who, having set his hand to the plough, was not ready to turn back....
Seite 267 - CINCHONA. (but not powdered) and is put into wooden casks, where it is macerated in the cold with very dilute hydrochloric acid. The liquor is then run off into wooden vessels and mixed with an excess of a strong solution of caustic soda ; a precipitate forms, which is collected on calico filters, and well washed with water. The precipitate is then dried at a gentle heat and powdered. It constitutes the crude febrifuge which is next submitted to a process of purification. In the latter process a...
Seite 432 - London, minding only their own lucres, and nothing the profit or ease of the diseased or patient, have sued, troubled, and vexed divers honest persons, as well men as women, whom God hath endued with the knowledge of the nature, kind, and operation of certain herbs, roots, and waters, and the using and ministering of them to such as be pained with customable diseases...
Seite 439 - First, The encroachment which Chemists and Druggists have, of late years, made on the profession of the Apothecary, by vending pharmaceutic preparations, and compounding the prescriptions of Physicians. " Secondly, The want of a competent jurisdiction in the profession itself, to regulate its practice, and to restrain ignorant and unqualified persons from practising at all.
Seite 432 - Be it ordained, etc., that at all time from henceforth it shall be lawful to every person being the King's subject, having knowledge and experience of the nature of herbs, roots and waters...

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