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This German work is divided into eighteen chapters, of which each author prepared nine, the authorship being indicated in each case. The following subjects are considered: pharmacology of the motor nerve endings, central nervous system, sensory nerve endings, vegetative system (i. e., the autonomic nervous system of Langley, or the vegetative of the author of this chapter, of which the autonomic is classified as a part), the eye, digestion, genitalia, circulation, respiration, kidney function, sweat secretion, metabolism, muscles, blood, antipyretics, irritants, agents directed against the causes of disease (including serums, antiseptics, parasiticides, anthelmintics), anda final chapter added in the present edition and treating of the conditions for the actions of drugs. The somewhat arbitrary arrangement necessitates reference to many of the pharmacologic agents in more than one part of the book, and it even requires the repetition of the same statement concerning a given drug in some instances, but this
DIE Experimentelle Pharmakologie als Grundlage der Arzneibehandlung. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(20):1530–1531. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050206027
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