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To the Editor:—
In Dr. Kracke's paper on the relation of drug therapy to neutropenic states in The Journal, October 1, he includes on page 1259 a list of preparations described as containing aminopyrine. In this list appear the names of two of our products, namely "Analgia" and "Antabs," neither of which contains aminopyrine. The product marketed under the name "Antabs" is a comparatively simple antacid tablet containing calcium and magnesium carbonates and bismuth subnitrate; the other product, "Analgia," contains acetylsalicylic acid, acetophenetidin and caffeine.
Gerwe EG. NO AMINOPYRINE IN "ANALGIA" AND "ANTABS". JAMA. 1938;111(23):2138. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790490068023
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