A Study of Chenopodium Ambrosioides Var. Anthelminticum and its Volatile Oil**A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in the University of Michigan, June, 1919. —Presented in Scientific Section, A. Ph. A., New York meeting, 1919

Elmer Hauser Wirth
1920 The Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (1912)  
Peb. 1920 AMERIC'AN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION into paraffined tubes every two minutes. The clotting time of the normal blood was then compared with the clotting time of the samples taken after the coagulant was injected. We found that normal blood clotted in about fifteen to twenty minutes, while after an effective coagulant was injected the clotting time was reduced to four to eight minutes. We found, however, that a few of the preparations on the market instead of increasing the
more » ... ng the coagulability of the blood actually retarded coagulation. In one case after injecting a so-called coagulant, clotting did not take place in two hours, whereas the normal blood from the same animal clotted in eighteen minutes.
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