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March 19, 1904

The Complete Medical Pocket-Formulary and Physician's Vade-Mecum: Containing Upwards of 2,500 Prescriptions, Collected from the Practice of Physicians and Surgeons of Experience, American and Foreign. Arranged for Ready Reference Under an Alphabetical List of Diseases. Also a Special list of New Drugs, with Their Dosage, Solubilities and Therapeutic Applications; Together with a Table of Formulæ for Suppositories; a Table of Formulæ for Hypodermic Medication; a List of Drugs for Inhalation; a Table of Poisons, with Their Antidotes; a Posological Table; a List of Incompatibles; a Table of Metric Equivalents; a Brief Account of External Antipyretics; Disinfectants; Medical Thermometry; the Urinary Tests; and Much Other Useful Information. Collated for the Use of Practitioners.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(12):787. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490570041031

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Abstract

The title of this little work gives a fair idea of its contents. It will undoubtedly prove useful to many physicians, though like every other formulary only as an adjunct to original prescribing.

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