10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDERMATIC»
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Midline Medical Dictionary
Endermatic. See Endermic. Endermic. Introduced through the skin by abrading
surface; endermatic. T^j-M^sft; r=Ml-H^vft; rorar SRT 3 Endo-. Greek preposition,
signifying within, 'aprf:' % '¥T Endoaortitis. Inflammation of the intima of the aorta.
That they and their ointments are effective for epider- raatic and endermatic
purposes is generally conceded. PLASTERS. Plasters from the time of
Menecrates have been solid mixtures of resins, gumresins, oleoresins, fats,
waxes and soaps, ...
Where the skin is concerned we have two methods for producing cocaine
anaesthesia : the endermatic, by which we inject the fluid into the cutis itself, and
the subdermatic, by by which we inject it under the skin, and here act upon the
Niels Thorkild Rovsing, 1914
Local anesthesia: its scientific basis and practical use
Endermatic infiltration is performed in the following way: The needle is inserted
into the corium parallel to the skin surface with the bevel upward, avoiding the
subcutaneous connective tissue, until the opening of the needle has entirely ...
Heinrich Braun, Percy Shields, 1914
American Journal of Pharmacy
... and their internal, endermatic and hypodermic employment, on physiological
and pharmacological observations, and on toxicology. The chapter concludes
with the classification of the vegetable compounds adopted by the authors,
The New England Journal of Medicine
4 treats of the endermatic method, or the application of remedies'to the skin in a
denuded state—-and the author has given, with equal minuteness and fidelity,
series of experiments showing its absorbing power and the use to which it may
The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
4 treats of the endermatic method, or the application of remedies to the skin in a
denuded state—and the author has given, with equal minuteness and fidelity,
series of eXperiments showing its absorbing power and the use to which it may
A Manual of Materia Medica and Pharmacology
Endermic (Endermatic) . — Here we first produce a blister on the skin by the use
of strong ammonia water (saturated cloths i or cantharides (cerate, collodion),
then remove with scissor- the epidermis, and apply upon the denuded surface ...
Thirty Five years in the East
Should not the endermatic application of this virus be the real and true remedy
against the hydrophobia ? as this poison affects the neck, as well as that of
enraged animals, "Extremis morbis, extrema remedial" It deserves to be tried, if
not on ...
John Martin Honigberger, 1996
Journal of the American Medical Association
Vehicle: Rubber or any suitable adhesive. 2. Endermatic: Anodyne, astringent,
alteratlve, resolvent, sedative, stimulant. Vehicle: Oleates or lead plaster,
sometimes with resins or gum-resins. 3. Diadermatic: For constitutional or