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New and Nonofficial Remedies

New and Nonofficial Remedies be forced the of the to the skin will be discussed somewhat may through protecting layers Applications known skin. This is as or to as of follows : process phoresis, cataphore- action, according depth sis. The that can be thus introduced quantity is, I. Dusting powders. and so small is so carried however, away II. Nonabsorbent rapidly by films. the blood current that after the method has III. Lotions. absorption used IV. Liniments. not been with much success. Watery liquids, V. Medicated should be skin when and to the pigments pencils. therefore, applied only VI. Salves, including and ointments. pastes, cerates, action on the surface is merely (epidermic action) desired. When it is intended to kill The classification not be micro-organisms must considered as given or other on the skin or inhibit their otherwise than of parasites growth, because the indi¬ general guidance, are as a maxi¬ solutions of the medicament watery useful, the they produce viduality may upset easily mum on a effect the with minimum of action The the sequence. of active favor parasite solubility agent may or on the beneath. When vessels nene hinder structures or For penetration. instance, phenol (carbolic are in of the skin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

New and Nonofficial Remedies

JAMA , Volume 86 (1) – Jan 2, 1926

New and Nonofficial Remedies

Abstract

be forced the of the to the skin will be discussed somewhat may through protecting layers Applications known skin. This is as or to as of follows : process phoresis, cataphore- action, according depth sis. The that can be thus introduced quantity is, I. Dusting powders. and so small is so carried however, away II. Nonabsorbent rapidly by films. the blood current that after the method has III. Lotions. absorption used IV. Liniments. not been with much success. Watery liquids, V. Medicated...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1926 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1926.02670270041010
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Abstract

be forced the of the to the skin will be discussed somewhat may through protecting layers Applications known skin. This is as or to as of follows : process phoresis, cataphore- action, according depth sis. The that can be thus introduced quantity is, I. Dusting powders. and so small is so carried however, away II. Nonabsorbent rapidly by films. the blood current that after the method has III. Lotions. absorption used IV. Liniments. not been with much success. Watery liquids, V. Medicated should be skin when and to the pigments pencils. therefore, applied only VI. Salves, including and ointments. pastes, cerates, action on the surface is merely (epidermic action) desired. When it is intended to kill The classification not be micro-organisms must considered as given or other on the skin or inhibit their otherwise than of parasites growth, because the indi¬ general guidance, are as a maxi¬ solutions of the medicament watery useful, the they produce viduality may upset easily mum on a effect the with minimum of action The the sequence. of active favor parasite solubility agent may or on the beneath. When vessels nene hinder structures or For penetration. instance, phenol (carbolic are in of the skin

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 2, 1926

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