Definition of Brominism
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Brominism
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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1881)
"More recently, Squibb has warned us to be careful in the use of ethyl bromide, for fear of inducing brominism ; and we know that by giving the ethyl iodide ..."
2. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1897)
"We ha%re bad one or two cases of brominism from the prolonged use of the drug, evidenced in the acne and in the dull, lethargic state of the patient. ..."
3. The Story of Drugs: A Popular Exposition of Their Origin, Preparation and by Henry Corbin Fuller (1922)
"... known as brominism, as follows: After the drug has been used for some time in large doses, acne appears about the face and extends over the entire body; ..."
4. The Chemistry and Analysis of Drugs and Medicines by Henry Corbin Fuller (1920)
"Forms colorless crystals, melting 200°, soluble in water and used as a nerve sedative. It is claimed that it causes no brominism. ..."
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