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February 2, 1924

Technik der Inhalationstherapie.

JAMA. 1924;82(5):415. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650310069045

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Abstract

The author believes that inhalation therapy is not used more extensively because the mistaken notion that the technic is simple has led to failure in obtaining results. This the little volume aims to rectify. The author asserts that there is no disease of the respiratory passages that cannot be more or less benefited by appropriate inhalation, and proceeds to prove the thesis by a fairly critical dissertation. The high flood of new remedies, which threaten to inundate this as other fields of therapy, has brought at least a few agents that Muszkat would not like to be without. Among these he mentions epinephrin, and calcium chlorid, for inhalation in asthma. The booklet can be recommended to the general practitioner as well as the specialist.

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