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Definition of Antidotally
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Literary usage of Antidotally
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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"... which is a very different effect, and rather antidotally destroying than seminally promoting its production.” — Sir Thomas Browne, Vulgar Errors. ..."
2. Sir Thomas Browne's Works: Including His Life and Correspondence by Thomas Browne, Simon Wilkin (1835)
"This, in northern regions, is of frequent use for hafts of knives or hilts of swords, and being burnt, becomes a good remedy for fluxes ; but antidotally ..."
3. A Manual of Toxicology: Including the Consideration of the Nature by John James Reese (1874)
"Another instance in which the bromide of potassium seemed to act antidotally is related by Dr. WW Hewlett, of Babylon, LI (NY Med. Jour., March, 1871). ..."
4. A Text-book Upon the Pathogenic Bacteria: For Students of Medicine and by Joseph McFarland (1903)
"... and those of Myers, f who found that the juice extracted from the suprarenal bodies acted antidotally upon venom, that the suprarenal cells are the ..."
5. Essentials of the principles and practice of medicine by Henry Hartshorne (1881)
"Lead colic, when rapidly produced, may be treated antidotally, with sulphate of magnesium. If slowly brought on, we can do much less in that way; ..."
6. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1887)
"bined with tartar emetic in small doses, with plenty of fresh food, in order to eliminate it and act antidotally. Of course the correct interpretation of ..."