Definition of Narcein
1. narceine [n -S] - See also: narceine
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Literary usage of Narcein
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1867)
"Dr. Oettinger performed sixteen experiments with solution of narcein on ... The experiments also showed that narcein acts by hypodermic injection as a ..."
2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1886)
"M. Laborde confirmed the observation of M. Brown-Sequard, and stated also that he had employed narcein in whooping-cough with the effects of suppressing the ..."
3. Reactions: A Selection of Organic Chemical Preparations Important to by Friedrich August Flückiger (1893)
"narcein. NO3+2 H3 O . Needles or prisms, according to the circumstances under which it has been crystallized. Melting point near to 160°, ..."
4. Practical therapeutics by Edward John Waring (1874)
"narcein is eliminated by the kidneys, and if sufficient bo administered by the skin, mechanical suppression of urine may result, from the insolubility of ..."
5. Medicinisch-chirurgische Rundschau (1866)
"(Auch JOUSSET hat in seinem Werke : De la méthode hypodermique et de la pratique des injections sous-cutanées, Paris 1865, sehr warm für das narcein ..."