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July 19, 1952

NEW AND NONOFFICIAL REMEDIES

JAMA. 1952;149(12):1141. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.72930290013015b

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Abstract

Estrone-U.S.P. (See New and Nonofficial Remedies 1952, p. 332).

Kremers-Urban Company, Milwaukee

Solution Estrugenone in Oil: 1 cc. ampuls and 10 cc. and 30 cc. vials. A solution in sesame oil containing 1 mg. (10,000 I.U.) of estrone in each cubic centimeter. Preserved with 0.5% chlorobutanol.

10 cc. vials. A solution in sesame oil containing 2 mg. (20,000 I.U.) of estrone in each cubic centimeter. Preserved with 0.5% chlorobutanol.

Suspension Estrugenone with Benzyl Alcohol 2%: 1 cc. ampuls and 5 cc. and 10 cc. vials. A suspension in 60% propylene glycol containing 5 mg. (50,000 I.U.) of estrone in each cubic centimeter.

Suspension Estrugenone with Procaine Hydrochloride 1%: 1 cc. ampuls and 10 cc. vials. A suspension in 15% propylene glycol containing 2 mg. (20,000 I.U.) of estrone in each cubic centimeter. Preserved with thimerosal 1:10,000.

Progesterone-U.S.P. (See New and Nonofficial Remedies 1952, p. 348).

The Bio-Intrasol Laboratories, Inc., Brooklyn

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