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December 10, 1892

The Use of Salicylate of Soda for Sprains.

JAMA. 1892;XIX(24):702. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420240024004

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—M. Labeeb, without claiming any priority, spoke briefly at a meeting of the Society de Therapeutique of the markedly satisfactory result which he had obtained by the use of one drachm of this remedy in twenty-four hours for a tibio-tarsal sprain. The following morning there was no pain, and in four days there was complete cure. His results were equally good in several cases, whether or not the rheumatic or arthritic diathesis was present.—La Semaine Medicale.

Synthetic Chemistry seems to have no limits. The latest product which has been successfully made from coal products is camphor. It promises to be cheap and the specimens submitted respond to the most crucial tests.—St. Louis Med. and Surg. Reporter.

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