FIBROID TUMORS OF THE UTERUS. MEDICAL TREATMENT—GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

FRANKLIN H. MARTIN
1896 Journal of the American Medical Association  
with every surrounding unsanitary, temperature 105 degrees, pulse 150, skin mottled, abdomen tender, etc. Among other prescriptions was two ounces of dilute muriatic acid and chlorinated tincture of iron, equal parts, with directions to add enough to a glass of water to make a pleasant drink. It was all taken before my visit next morning, and post hoc or propter hoc, there was an arrest of all grave symptoms and a speedy return to health. If administered in sufficiently full doses we have in
more » ... rochloric acid and the chlorinated tincture of iron abortifacients and curatives as positive in their action upon several of the zymotic diseases than the sulphate of quinia in remittents.
doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430630010002c fatcat:gca32feuuvgnhnzos7knukiwa4