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PRACTICAL NOTES.

PRACTICAL NOTES. as well as the of failure of the cally, symptoms heart and that be Cheyne-Stokes breathing may doses as small as produced by MM. T-Ln gr. Mag- nan and have Lefort found excellent results in AGARIC ACID: A NEW DRUG FOR NIGHT SWEATING. five minutes from in acute ¿ gr. mania. The a substance from Some derived the years ago his morbid loses and patient activity grows silent; albus was well-known introduced as a Agaricus then and loss of of mydriasis accommoda¬ power in sweat-checking {Practitioner, agent phthisis tion and he come to on, goes without fur¬ sleep looked It was as an alkaloid xxix, 321). upon ther for five inconvenience or six hours—a better and received the name of This, body, agaricine. result than can be from chloral or got other any now been found to be has an sub however, impure the can of sort. It be in used delirium tre- drug and Professor has stance, Schmiedeberg recently in a child with severe mens, local or spasms, as from it triatonic dibasic extracted a to which acid, of the an 'n case of an T^o injection gr· hysterical acid has been the name of agaric This applied. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

PRACTICAL NOTES.

JAMA , Volume XIII (15) – Oct 12, 1889

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1889 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.1889.02401110025007
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Abstract

as well as the of failure of the cally, symptoms heart and that be Cheyne-Stokes breathing may doses as small as produced by MM. T-Ln gr. Mag- nan and have Lefort found excellent results in AGARIC ACID: A NEW DRUG FOR NIGHT SWEATING. five minutes from in acute ¿ gr. mania. The a substance from Some derived the years ago his morbid loses and patient activity grows silent; albus was well-known introduced as a Agaricus then and loss of of mydriasis accommoda¬ power in sweat-checking {Practitioner, agent phthisis tion and he come to on, goes without fur¬ sleep looked It was as an alkaloid xxix, 321). upon ther for five inconvenience or six hours—a better and received the name of This, body, agaricine. result than can be from chloral or got other any now been found to be has an sub however, impure the can of sort. It be in used delirium tre- drug and Professor has stance, Schmiedeberg recently in a child with severe mens, local or spasms, as from it triatonic dibasic extracted a to which acid, of the an 'n case of an T^o injection gr· hysterical acid has been the name of agaric This applied.

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 12, 1889

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