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August 14, 1943

NEW AND NONOFFICIAL REMEDIES

JAMA. 1943;122(16):1084. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.72840330015007a

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Abstract

LACTATE RINGER'S SOLUTION (See New and Nonofficial Remedies, 1943, p. 462).

The following dosage forms have been accepted:

Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis

Ampoules Lactate Ringer's Solution 25 Times Concentrated: 10 cc. and 20 cc. When 1 volume of the solution is diluted with 24 volumes of sterile distilled water, each hundred cubic centimeters of the diluted solution is equivalent in strength to lactate Ringer's solution-N. N. R.

PURIFIED SOLUTION OF LIVER (See Liver Injection, New and Nonofficial Remedies, 1943, p. 392).

The following additional dosage form has been accepted:

The Armour Laboratories, Chicago

Liver Liquid Parenteral, 15 U. S. P. Units per Cc.: 1 cc., 5 cc. and 10 cc. rubber capped vials. A sterile aqueous solution of liver, preserved with 0.5 per cent phenol.

SODIUM r-LACTATE ONE-SIXTH MOLAR (See New and Nonofficial Remedies, 1943, p. 461).

The following dosage forms have been accepted:

Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis

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