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May 24, 1941

NEW AND NONOFFICIAL REMEDIES

JAMA. 1941;116(21):2401. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.62820210009009a

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Abstract

BISMUTH SUBSALICYLATE (See New and Nonofficial Remedies 1940, p. 150):

The following products have been accepted:

The Lakeside Laboratories, Inc., Milwaukee.

Ampules Bismuth Subsalicylate in Oil with Chlorobutanol, 1 cc.: Each cubic centimeter contains bismuth subsalicylate 0.13 Gm. (2 grains) suspended in a neutral vegetable oil with 3 per cent chlorobutanol.

Vials Bismuth Subsalicylate in Oil with Chlorobutanol, 30 cc.: Each cubic centimeter contains bismuth subsalicylate 0.13 Gm. (2 grains) suspended in a neutral vegetable oil with 3 per cent chlorobutanol.

Vials Bismuth Subsalicylate in Oil with Chlorobutanol, 60 cc.: Each cubic centimeter contains bismuth subsalicylate 0.13 Gm. (2 grains) suspended in a neutral vegetable oil with 3 per cent chlorobutanol.

NEO-IOPAX (See New and Nonofficial Remedies, 1940, p. 304).

The following dosage form has been accepted:

Manufactured by Schering Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. U. S. patent applied for. U. S. trademark 297,925.

Solution Neo-Iopax, 30 cc. Vials: Each vial

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