4 edition of Pocket therapeutics and dose-book found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Morse Stewart, jr. ...|
|LC Classifications||RM126 .S87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 5-263 p.|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||10008402|
NOTES ON BOOKS. In the preface to the fourth edition of Pocket Therapeutics and Dose Book,1 the author, Dr. Morse Stewart, says that an endeavour has been made to perfect it, and so justify the acknowledgement which it has received in the past among physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. It is a compact little book, but as a guide to treatment. The little Bönninghausen Therapeutic Pocket Book has been in print for years. In my library, I have one translated by Okie in , one translated by Hempel in , one translated and edited by T.F. Allen in , a reprint of the same in containing a long article about how to use the book by H.A. Roberts, and an Indian edition of the.
The Boenninghausen Therapeutic Pocket Book was first printed in , and was the end result of Boenninghausen's work. It has been in print for years. It was translated into English by a number of people-Okie in , Hempel in , T. F. Allen in The Therapeutic Pocket Book (For Homeopathic Physicians, to be Used at the Bedside of the Patient, and in Studying the Materia Medica Pura) by Clemens von Boenninghausen, was first published in .
The pocket guide (Pocket Guide for Nonprescription Product Therapeutics, $/$ two-book package deal; Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ) was published in December (between the first and second editions of NPT) and is co-authored by Richard Finkel, PharmD. The pocket guide is designed to aid practitioners and contains many Author: Kelly L. Scolaro. Read the May 7, issue. Volume LIV, Number 19 May 7, , Vol LIV, No. 19, Pages Article. ANATOMIC, PATHOLOGIC AND Pocket Therapeutics and Dose-Book. With Classification and Explanation of Actions of Medicines, etc. Abstract Full Text.
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Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicines, min. and max. doses in troy weights with their equivalents in the metric weights, genitive endings of all medicines and preparations given in italics, index of common Pocket therapeutics and dose-book book pharmaceutical names, index of diseases with appropriate remedies, tables of solubilities, illustrations and examples in prescription.
Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicine by Stewart, Morse, Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicines by Stewart, Morse, Jr., This little work has been rewritten, dead timber eliminated, and new drugs of approved value added.
With its classification of drugs, doses and therapeutic indications, formulas for hypodermic medication and for inhalations, suggestions of drugs for various diseases, treatment of asphyxia, poisons and their antidotes, it contains in its pages a mass of information compactly arranged for.
Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicine / Main Author: Stewart, Morse, Format: Book: Language: English: The new pocket medical formulary: with an appendix / by: Fitch, William Edward, Published: () Drug evaluations.
Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicines / By Morse Stewart.
Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Drugs, Therapeutics., Pharmaceutical Author: Morse Stewart. The Therapeutic Pocket Book of Bœnninghausen furnishes both the plan and the parts. The foundation of Bœnninghausen's Pocket Book is the doctrine of concomitance. It is that which gives the-book.
This small pocket IV therapy book is light weight and small enough to fit in nurse scrub pocket. Do not let the size fool you, though. This small IV therapy reference /5(34). This book is known as ’s boennninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book because he has left more lasting impression up on his book.
The therapeutic pocket book is based on grouping of symptoms of Hahnemannian teachings based on Boenninghausen’s “doctrines” such as. Physician's Drug Handbook features alphabetically organized monographs on over generic and 2, trade name drugs. Each entry includes generic name, U.S.
and Canadian trade names, pharmacologic class, therapeutic class, pregnancy risk category, controlled substance schedule (as needed), available forms, indications and dosages, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, route /5(8).
Name of the book: BOENNINGHA– USEN’S THERAPEUTIC POCKET BOOK. Full Name of the book: Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book for Homoeopathic Physicians to Use at the Bedside and in the Study of the Materia Medica. First Edition: Editor: Introduction: s & Dr.
Annie C Wilson. monographs and books. It is in the sphere of drug provings, however, that Hering's effort shines at its best. It has been remarked by Nash and others that if Hering had done nothing else for medicine but the proving of the single drug Lachesis, the world would owe him an everlasting debt of gratitude.
Hering proved 72 drugs, out of. Pocket therapeutics and dose book: with classification and explanation of the actions of medicine / by: Stewart, Morse, Published: () The national formulary of unofficial preparations / Published: () A.M.A.
interns' manual. Published: (). Posts about Therapeutic pocket book written by admin. § Sixth Edition “In this search for a homoeopathic specific remedy, that is to say, in this comparison of the collective symptoms of the natural disease with the list of symptoms of known medicines, in order to find among these an artificial morbific agent corresponding by similarity to the disease to be cured, the more striking.
As there was a demand for discovering a device which can serve as an index to the ever enlarging Materia Medica, Dr Boenninghausen picked up the gauntlet. He published Therapeutic Pocket Book inwherein he incorporated information from his rich cl. Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket-Book is reviewed in The Homoeopathic World – Vol – Editor J.H.
Clarke MD. Among other observations, the reviewer notes that Boenninghausen has grouped under the same headings all the medicines that have any particular symptom in common, however variously expressed by provers.
This book is the work that paved the way for all the future repertories. George Dimitriadis, the speaker of this session translated and re-organized Therapeutic Pocket Book in the year He updated remedy relationships from Boenninghausen and added a. This section gives the doses of the drugs mentioned in these guidelines that are suitable for infants and children.
For ease of use and to avoid having to make calculations, doses are given according to the body weight of the child. As errors in calculating drug doses are common in hospital practice worldwide, calculations should be avoided, when possible.
Doses are given covering a range of. Fourth Edition of the classic pocket guide to pharmacology -- with access to PLUS Reflecting the most recent advances in the field, this up-to-date Fourth Edition is a succinct yet comprehensive source of information on basic pharmacologic structures and /5(7).
P&W in book form – a cure for tunnel vision. I recently received my copy of P&W’s book version of the Therapeutic Pocketbook. And I must admit, it was love at first sight, and second, and third I must own up to being old fashioned. Boenninghausen's Therapeutic Pocket Book.
T. F. Allen. B. Jain Publishers, - Therapeutics - pages. 0 Reviews. It Is More Than A Repertory. It Is A Method. It Is Also A Guide To The Study Of Materia Medica.
Five Type Faces Are Used To Indicate The Means In Which The Remedies Were Encountered In The Provings. btpb repertory | therapeutic pocket book | how to use btpb repertory? boenninghaussen therapeutic pocket book | relationship of remedies | typography | story.Now in its ninth edition, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine continues to be the definitive pocket-friendly guide to medicine.
The culmination over 25 years of experience at the bedside and in the community, this handbook is packed with practical advice, wit, and wisdom. The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine presents clinical information in a clear way that makes it easy to revise 4/5(5).