A STUDY OF THE COMMERCIAL PREPARATIONS OF BACILLUS BULGARICUS

ARTHUR J. BENDICK
1915 Journal of the American Medical Association  
slightly in favor of "B" (heavy Russian) as regards taste and general suitability. All of the findings of this investigation are based on hospital cases. A fifth reporter favored No. 1 (light Russian petrolatum). He considered it the most prompt in its effect, the most uniform in results, and the most prone to give a satisfactory admixture of the oil with the other materials. The difference, however, from the other oils was not marked. Another reporter noted no special differences. SUMMARY The
more » ... ences. SUMMARY The results of this clinical investigation appear to warrant the conclusion that so far as therapeutic results are concerned the differences in the action of the three varieties of liquid petrolatum, namely, light Russian liquid petrolatum, heavy Russian liquid petro¬ latum and American liquid petrolatum, are too slight to be of importance. Hence the choice between the lighter and the heavier oils, and between the Russian and the American is an open one, to be determined not
doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570360025009 fatcat:yp2b5fyn7vdixgs35yh35veuoi