Image from page 609 of "Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey" (1922)
Authors: Medical Society of New Jersey Medical Society of New Jersey. Transactions of the Medical Society of New Jersey Medical Society of New Jersey. Official list of fellows and members Medical Society of New Jersey. Annual report
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ey. May, 1922 GASTRON Obtained by direct extractionfrom the entire stomach mucosa Contains the activated principles of the gastric cells, theenzymes, the associated organic and inorganic constituents;of standardised proteolytic power. Indicated in disorders of gastric function, gastric deficien-cy; a useful accessory, compatible with and contributingto the success of therapeutic measures — by promoting di-gestion and nutrition. Fairchild Bros. & Foster New York Alcohol and Sugar Free The Endocrines, Digestive Ferments,Catgut Ligatures, etc. ^RE ARMOUR LABORATORY is maintained for the purposeof handling the glands, membranes and other raw materials sup-plied by our abattoirs in immense quantities, from which importanttherapeutic agents are extracted and fabricated. Corpus Luteum ; Suprarenals,U. S, P.; Parathyroids: Pitui-tary, Whole Gland; Pituitary,Anterior; Pituitary, Posterior;and other glandular substancesin po. and tabs. Pituitary Liq-uid in I c. c. and 1-2 c. c. am-poules.
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Suprarenalin Solution 1:1000;Suprarenalin Ointment 1:1000;Pepsin, U. S. P. ; Pancreatin,U. S. P.; and other prepara-tions of the Digestive Fermentsthat are used in stomachic andintestinal disorders and as ve-hicles for nauseating drugs. We also make Sterile Surgical Catgut Ligatures, plain and chromic, boilable ;and Iodized Ligatures, nonboilable. CThe Armour ligatures are made fromLambs gut, selected especially for surgical purposes and sterilized at opportunestages in such manner as to preclude the possibility of contamination in the fin-ished strfngs. We are headquarters for the Organotherapeutic Agents andare always glad to co=operate with the medical profession ARMOUR AND COMPANY CHICAGO Do not neglect to read these advertisements. THE JOURNAL OF THE Medical Society of New Jersey. PUBLISHED MONTH LY UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THECOMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION.OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 14 S.DAY ST., ORANGE, N. J. Entered second-class matter, Sept. 5. 1906, at the post office at Oranj^e, N. J.,
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