Definition of Fluidextracts
1. fluidextract [n] - See also: fluidextract
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Literary usage of Fluidextracts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Pharmacy for Students and Pharmacists by Charles Caspari, Evander Francis Kelly (1920)
"fluidextracts are defined in the Pharmacopoeia and National Formulary as ... fluidextracts, or liquid extracts, as they are called in Great Britain, ..."
2. Principles of Pharmacy by Henry Vinecome Arny (1917)
"fluidextracts are alcoholic liquid preparations made by percolation, ... fluidextracts can he considered in the light of concentrated tinctures, ..."
3. A Text-book of materia medica, therapeutics and pharmacology by George Frank Butler (1908)
"fluidextracts may be defined as a class of concentrated tinctures of such strength as to represent the drug, volume for weight. They are made by percolation ..."
4. Materia Medica for Nurses: With an Epitome of Official Drugs, Preparations by John Eldred Groff, Lucy C. Ayers, Herman C. Pitts (1908)
"There are eighty-five official fluidextracts and only those frequently used are given in this place, the complete list being placed in the epitome of the ..."
5. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention (1910)
"On the basis of these observations the fluidextracts of cinchona and kola should be made with glycerin, those of condurango and hydrastis are advantageously ..."
6. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1910)
"DO fluidextracts AND TINCTURES DETERIORATE? Two or three years ago the Health Department of the City of New York issued a statement expressing the belief ..."
7. Squibb's Materia Medica by E.R. Squibb & Sons (1906)
"Dose: 10 grains (0.65 Gm.) (See also Solution Extract Ergot) fluidextracts, Squibb The constantly growing recognition of the certainty of therapeutic action ..."