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The remedies used by the cardiologist are discussed under such headings as "heart remedies," "vasoconstrictors," "vasodilators," "diuretics," and "specific remedies," including "internal antiseptics," "antirheumatics" and "antisyphilitics." The little book is so replete with practical points on the use of remedies affecting the circulatory system that it may be recommended, most especially, to the practicing physician who desires to place himself in line with the modern views on cardiovascular therapy.
Herz- und Gefässmittel, Diuretica und Specifica. JAMA. 1923;81(10):852. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650100060040
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