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It contains five per cent, of sesquioxide of iron, and is said to be absolutely free from acid, from any tendency to induce coagulation or undergo precipitation in the stomach, and from any injurious action on the teeth. To adults it is given in doses of half a teaspoonful or a teaspoonful, three times a day, and the first-mentioned is given to chil- dren over five years old. Dr. te Gempt (" Berlin, klin. Woch.," 1886, No. 15 ; "Ctrlbl. f. d. ges. Therap.," June, 1886) has used it in a num- ber of cases of circular ulcer of the stomach, and with the most satis- factory results. With its use he conjoins that of Carlsbad salts and the dietetic measures recommended by von Ziemssen, and avoids recourse to narcotics except occasionally. The vomiting of blood is speedily checked by the iron solution, its long-continued use produces no incon- venience, and it |iromotes the appetite. 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Zinnis regards the iodide as a true specific in broncho-pneumonia. Papayotin in Lesions of the Low Price Levitra Tongue. — Schwimmer, of Budapesth ("Wiener med. Woch.," Nos. Low Price Levitra 9-11, 1886), speaks highly of the use of local applications of a five- to ten-per-cent. solution of this drug in certain Low Price Levitra affections of the tongue. Twenty-five cases of leukoplakia buc- calis are also mentioned as having been successfully treated. The drug rapidly dissolves the old epithelium and favors the formation of a fresh layer. The following solution was used : Papayotin , 8 to 16 grains ; Glycerin, i »,, . Low Price Levitra . _.\.„ , , -each.. 75 mmims. Distdled water, j The writer directs that the affected surface be carefully dried and then painted from two to six times a day Low Price Levitra with a camel's-hair brush. The Internal Administration of Chrysarobin in Infantile Eczema. Stocquart ("Monatsch. f. prakt. 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Jour." for May 1, 1866, contains an article by Dr. Holden, in which he reports six cases of "rheumatic" glycosuria in which the administra- tion of fifteen-grain doses of salicylic acid, thrice daily, was followed by a rapid disappearance of sugar from the urine, no change being made in the patient's diet. When tried in four other cases, in which rheumatic symptoms were absent, the drug had no effect. He recom- mends the following combination : Salicylic acid 2 drachms : Bicarbonate of sodium 1 drachm ; Carbonate of ammonium 1 " Water 1 ounce. Mix thoroughly, and, after effervescence has ceased, add water up to twelve ounces. Dose, an ounce to an ounce and a half three times daily. The Antiseptic Action of Vinegar in Diphtheria. — Engelraann ("Ctrlbl. f. klin. Med.," 1886, Xo. 14) speaks highly of local applica- tions of vinegar, which he uses as a gargle (diluted one half), in spray, or on a brush, one pait to four of water. He regards vinegar as a more reliable germicide than a five-per-cent. solution of carbolic acid, while it is cheaper and more agreeable as a gargle, being devoid of the irri-