A Treatise On Materia Medica (including Therapeutics And Toxicology) (volume 1) by H. NothnagelA Treatise On Materia Medica (including Therapeutics And Toxicology) (volume 1) by H. Nothnagel

A Treatise On Materia Medica (including Therapeutics And Toxicology) (volume 1)

byH. Nothnagel

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1883. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 3. Mercurial oxide, hydrargyrum oxidatum Hg.O. under two forms. H. oxidatum s. praecipitatum rubrum (ad. o. 03 per dose! ad. 0.1 per day!) and H. oxidatum via humida paratum, slightly soluble in water, but quite soluble in acids. It is especially used in diseases of the eyes, as blepharitis ciliaris chronica, when there is considerable swelling and thickening of the edge of the lid, to be applied once a day before bedtime in the form of an ointment. a. Unguentum hydrargyri rubrum--1 part of HgO and 9 parts of lard. i. Unguentum ophthalmicum, I part of HgO to 30 parts of ol. amygdal. and 10 parts of cera flava. c. Ung. ophthalmic, compositum, 1 part of HgO to 12 parts of constituens (adeps, cera flava, camphora, ol. amygdalorum, zincum oxydatum). 4. Mercuric salts. 5. Mercur-ammonium chloride, H. amidato-bichloratum, s. precipitatum album, HgCl-p-HgNHs. It is used in diseases of the eyes like the mercuric oxide. It is also used in diseases of the skin depending on the presence of pediculi (pithyriasis versicolor, herpes circinnatus and tinea after the separation of the hair. Also used for crab-lice. Unguentum hydrargyri proecipitati albi, I part to 9 parts of lard. Treatment of Mercurial Poisoning.--Acute poisoning is generally produced by the corrosive sublimate, but the treatment is the same, even if the poisoning has been caused by the analogous preparations. If vomiting does not occur spontaneously, it must be produced immediately either by a mechanical irritation of the pharynx or by the subcutaneous injection of apomorphia. Then milk and albumen are administered in order to diminish the local effect upon the walls of the stomach. As an antidote we may administer the freshly prepared hydrated sulphide of iron (prepared by adding alkaline sulphides to a solut...
Title:A Treatise On Materia Medica (including Therapeutics And Toxicology) (volume 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:138 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.3 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217430856

ISBN - 13:9780217430852