BICHLORID OF MERCURY IN THE TREATMENT OF IDIOPATHIC MULTIPLE HEMORRHAGIC SARCOMA

H. J. F. WALLHAUSER
1909 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Here I wish to digress in order to speak of the taste of medicines. When I was trying various vehicles for iodid, one of my desiderata was a less unpleasant taste. About the same time, however, I learned that a bad taste did not necessarily discourage patients from the use of medicine, a fact that is easy to confirm by tasting any of the popular remedies consumed so largely by people of all classes. So far as potassium iodid is concerned, however, milk does seem to prevent any complaint on the
more » ... y complaint on the ground of unpalatability. Not less certain am I of the freedom of the method
doi:10.1001/jama.1909.92550200001001a fatcat:wtuiwbb4xrehrgoywkzuxiz7t4