Definition of Fluidextract

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Medical Definition of Fluidextract

1. Pharmacopeial liquid preparation of vegetable drugs, made by percolation, containing alcohol as a solvent or as a preservative, or both, and so made that each milliliter contains the therapeutic constituents of 1 g of the standard drug that it represents. Synonym: liquid extract. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluidextract

fluid dynamics
fluid feeder
fluid intelligence
fluid measure
fluid mechanics
fluid mosaic model
fluid ounce
fluid ounces
fluid retention
fluid retinopexy
fluid shifts
fluid therapy
fluid wave
fluidextract (current term)
fluidised-bed boiler

Literary usage of Fluidextract

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1. A Treatise on Pharmacy for Students and Pharmacists by Charles Caspari, Evander Francis Kelly (1920)
"Made with a mixture of alcohol 9 volumes, water 1 volume: fluidextract of ... fluidextract of Colchicum Corm, Fluid- extract of Convallaria Flowers, ..."

2. Therapeutics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy: Including the Special by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter (1909)
"They may be applied to the breast in poultice, and a decoction or fluidextract given internally at the same time. ROSA, Rose,—is represented in official ..."

3. Squibb's Materia Medica by E.R. Squibb & Sons (1906)
"Average Dose: 15 minims (1 Cc.) fluidextract Rhus Glabra. ... Though not demanded by USP, this fluidextract is standardized to contain in each 100 Cc. 2 ..."

4. Materia Medica for Nurses: With an Epitome of Official Drugs, Preparations by John Eldred Groff, Lucy C. Ayers, Herman C. Pitts (1908)
"... gram of the drug from which it is made, or expressing in our old system, one minim of fluidextract and one grain of drug are equal in medicinal value. ..."

5. Gould and Pyle's Cyclopedia of Practical Medicine and Surgery: With George Milbry Gould, Walter Lytle Pyle, Richard John Ernst Scott by George Milbry Gould, Walter Lytle Pyle, Richard John Ernst Scott (1912)
"Q. fluidextract. Dose, 5 to 20 minims. QUICKENING.—The first sensation of the movements of the fetus in a pregnant woman. It usually occurs at about the ..."

6. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1907)
"of fluidextract. If all the glycerin is considered, as in the extractive, the mixture of alcohol, 6 volumes, and water, 3 volumes, represents 57.2 per cent, ..."

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