Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 14, Number 7, November 1918 Page: Front Inside
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TEXAS STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
Texas State Journal of Medicine
Owned by the State Medical Association of Texas.
PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Editorial Office - Fort Worth, Texas
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and Chemistry of
limited to strictly ethical products
Rules of the Council on Pharmacy
the A. M. A.
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and dietary details.
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vaccines and artificial pneumothorax admin-
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Our own dairy and egg supply.
Hopeless last stage cases not admitted.
Rates $15.00-$18.00 per week.
For booklet or other information, apply to
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521 Moore Building. San Antonio, Texas.
as we make them
-speaking now of our Aseptic Ampules:
(a) we thoroughly sterilize the glass ampule bulbs;
(b) we assay or otherwise standardize the drugs to be used;
(c) we make accurate neutral solutions and carefully sterilize
(d) we fill these sterilized ampule bulbs with these sterilized
solutions in an aseptic environment, seal the tube ends,
label each ampule so that it can be carried singly if
desired, and pack them in cartons of 6 or 12.
We spare neither effort, time nor money to make our Aseptic
Ampules worthy of the confidence and preference of the most
particular prescribers; they are strictly "Quality Products."
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