tartar emetic in very minute doses may be exhibited three times daily.
Now, you know the shelf bottles of tartar emetic and Rochelle salt Ant.
A mixture of equal parts of tartar emetic and sulphate of copper.
It is kept up by the careful administration of tartar emetic.
Antimonial wine, from half a teaspoonful to a dessertspoonful, is much preferable to tartar emetic and calomel.
The only medicines I ever use in fever, sir, are tartar emetic and quinine.
A decoction of camomile flowers will be safest; though a sufficient dose of tartar emetic will be far more certain.
Entering a druggist's shop one evening, he asked for an ounce of tartar emetic.
It is probable that a diaphoretic dose of tartar emetic is actually eliminated from the skin and mucous membranes.
Pustulous oesophagitis occurs in small-pox, and occasionally follows the use of tartar emetic in large doses.
tartar emetic n.
A poisonous crystalline compound used in medicine as an expectorant and in the treatment of parasitic infections, such as schistosomiasis.