3 edition of Pharmacopœia universalis found in the catalog.
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Pharmacopœia universalis: or, a new universal English dispensatory. With a copious index By R. James, M.D.: Medicine & Health Science Books.
Pharmacopœia universalis: or, a new universal English dispensatory By R. James, M.D. The second edition. With very large and useful additions, Pharmacopœia universalis book Author: R.
James. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Copy 1 bound in contemporary mottled calfskin, with gilt-tooled spine panels and a gilt-stamped red leather spine label; Copy 2 bound in contemporary : A pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea (from the obsolete typography pharmacopœia, literally, "drug-making"), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.
Descriptions of preparations are called monographs. " (Robert James, Pharmacopœia universalis, p. ) The Wild Goat, Taken from The History of Druggs, by Pierre Pomet, 3rd ed., p. The use of goats in period medicine was quite broad; you almost get the impression that any part that wasn't used for food could be adopted by the apothecaries of the time.
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R[obert] James, “Of Alteratives”, in Pharmacopœia Universalis: Or, A New English Dispensatory., London: Printed for J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, over-against St.
Magnus's Church, London Bridge; and J. Wood, under the piazza of the Royal Exchange, OCLCbook II (Of the Operation of Medicines), pages – “Many European royals, scientists, and clergy commonly ingested medical potions containing human blood, fat, bodily secretions, and bones believed to cure everything from cuts and bruises to seizures.” 17 Many of these human parts became accepted treatments in the s when English physician Robert James published the book Pharmacopœia.
Define pharmacopeia. pharmacopeia synonyms, pharmacopeia pronunciation, pharmacopeia translation, English dictionary definition of pharmacopeia. also pharmacopeia n. A book containing an official list of medicinal drugs together with articles on their preparation and use.
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A text-book of materia medica, pharmacology and therapeutics, (Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, ), by George F. Butler (page images at HathiTrust) Pharmacopoea universalis, (Heidelbergae, Sumptibus Chr.
Winter, ), by Philipp Lorenz Geiger and Friedrich Mohr (page images at HathiTrust) The Dispensatory of the United States of America. The Outlaw Bible Student web site is secured with SSL-encrypted connections.
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Pharmacopœia domestica or, the family dispensatory. With remarks on the compositions, and an explanation of their virtues. By the late Thomas Fuller, M.D. Pharmacopoeia definition is - a book describing drugs, chemicals, and medicinal preparations; especially: one issued by an officially recognized authority and serving as a standard.
A book containing an official list of medicinal drugs together with articles on their preparation and use. A collection or Pharmacopoeial - definition of pharmacopoeial by The Free Dictionary. (USP) and British Pharmacopoeia (BP) have recommended HPLC for miconazole nitrate assay in pharmaceutical preparations [1, 15].
In Culpeper renamed the book ‘Pharmacopœia Londinensis, or the London Dispensatory. Further adorned by the Studies and Collections of the Fellows now living of the said Colledge, by Nich. Culpeper, gent., student in physick and astrology, living in Spittlefields, near London. In Culpeper renamed the book ‘Pharmacopœia Londinensis, or the London Dispensatory.
Further adorned by the Studies and Collections of the Fellows now living of the said Colledge, by Nich. Culpeper, gent., student in physick and astrology, living in Spittlefields, near London. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II Foldoutcount 0 Identifier unitedstateshomo00chic Identifier-ark ark://t5gb32r75Pages: Resources by R.
James (27) An account of the late Dr. Goldsmith's illness: so far as relates to the exhibition of Dr. James's powders: together with remarks on the use and abuse of powerful medicines in the beginning of acute diseases / By William Hawes, apothecary.
U.S. Pharmacopeia & National Formulary, Volumes ; Vol Parts United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Incorporated, - Pharmacopoeias 0 Reviews. Felix Rare Books collection.
Issuu company logo. His application to practical pharmacy led Mohr to again enter the field of pharmaceutical and chemical research; he undertook the completion of the comprehensive work "Pharmacopœia Universalis," projected by Professor P.
L. Geiger, who died inshortly after the publication of the first part of that work, embracing the crude drugs and.A pharmacophore is an abstract description of molecular features that are necessary for molecular recognition of a ligand by a biological macromolecule.
IUPAC defines a pharmacophore to be "an ensemble of steric and electronic features that is necessary to ensure the optimal supramolecular interactions with a specific biological target and to trigger (or block) its biological response".