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|The Therapeutic Use of Iodol. — Pick (Therapeutische Monatsc/ie/te, No. i) ;ives |
the results of his use of this tgent in the clinical wards of the hospital it Prague. He
finds that it resembles odoform, but possesses the great advantage )f freedom ...
|THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF IODOL.— Pick (Therapeutische Monatschefte, No. |
1) gives the results of his use of this agent in the clinical wards of the hospital at
Prague. He finds that it resembles iodoform, but possesses the great advantage ...
|Diiodoform has been used with success by M. Maquenne in the treatment of |
ulcerated chancroids and wounds. IODOLUM (U. S. P.).—Iodol (C.I.NH), Tetra-
iodo-pyrol. By the action of iodine upon the base pyrol a chemical compound is
|(2) A Solution in Aleohol and Glycerine, — This was Mazzoni's original |
application : iodol, 1 part ; alcohol, 16 parts ; glycerine, 34 parts. This forms a
good application by means of the brush, or may be used as a very coarse spray. (
3) 'Iodol, I ...
|never to produce toxic action when used either as a topical application to wounds|
, or when administered internally in the ordinary medicinal doses. This statement,
however, must be regarded as too positive. Dr. Marcus saw iodol cause death ...
William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - 1888 - Read - More editions
|ON IODOL, AND ITS USE IN THROAT AFFECTIONS. By H. Norms Wolfendkn, |
M.D. Cantab., Senior Physician to the Hospital for Diseases of the Throat, Golden
-sq., London. /lodol, or tetra-iod -pyrrol (CJ4NH) was discovered by Silber and ...
|Iodol. — Seifert reports his experience with iodol in the treatment of laryngeal |
tuberculosis, and was much pleased with his results. At first he used a mixture of
iodol and starch, but when he found that iodol alone produced little or no irritation
|ON IODOL, AND ITS USE IN THROAT AFFECTIONS. By R. NOBRI8 Wolfbkdex, |
M.D.Cantab.. Senior Physician to the Hospital for Diseases of the Throat, Golden-
sq., London. lodol, or tetra-iod-pyrrol (CLNH) was discovered by Silber and ...
|Ueber die Iodol-Behandlung der Larynx-Tuber- culose. (The Iodol-Treatment of |
Laryngeal Tuberculosis.) Sondcrabdruck aits der Deuts. Med. Woch., No. 51,
1886. 4 Iodol is scarcely soluble in water, but is dissolved by alcohol and ether.
|This was Mazzoni's original application : Iodol, one part ; alcohol, sixteen parts ; |
glycerine, thirty-four parts. This forms a good application by means of the brush,
or may be used as a very coarse spray. "(3) Iodol, One Drachm; Ether, One