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Emetine

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Emetine is a drug used as both an anti-protozoal and to induce vomiting. It is produced from the ipecac root.

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Google previewWestern Medical Review (1916)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewPractical Druggist and Spatula, Consolidated (1916)

Emetine Hydrochloride Mulford A True Specific in Amebic Dysentery, Amebic Hepatitis (amebic abscess of the liver) and Amobic Pyorrhea. Useful in Checking Hemoptysis Friedenwald and Rosenthal* state that: l.—Emetine is a specific in the ...

Google previewPacific Pharmacist (1915)

—- Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery2.—-lt is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3.—lt produces no unfavorable symptoms. such ...

Google previewMedical Art and Indianapolis Medical Journal (1916)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewThe New England Medical Gazette (1916)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery, ii. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewPractical Druggist and Pharmaceutical Review of Reviews (1916)

Rosenthal* state that: L—Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2.—It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3.—-It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4 .-—It is a ...

Google previewThe Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy (1916)

by American Institute of Homeopathy

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewThe Northwestern Druggist (1915)

A Progressive Journal for Retail Druggists

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of the ...

Google previewAmerican Journal of Pharmacy and the Sciences Supporting Public Health (1916)

Friedenwald and Rosenthal* state that: 1,—Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery.

Google previewLancet-clinic (1915)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2.— It is quickly absorbed and Its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of the ...

Google previewThe Medico-chirurgical Review (1825)

The pure emetine is a new vegetable alkali, white, pulverisable, unaltered by the air, scarcely soluble in water, but easily so in ether or alcohol. Its taste is slightly bitter — it is soluble in all the acids, resembling veratrine by forming with them a ...

Google previewThe American Journal of Urology and Sexology (1916)

by Henry G. Spooner

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewNew Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal (1916)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2. — It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3. — It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. 4. — It is a diagnostic agent of great ...

Google previewConcise Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry (phar.Che-Ii) (2008)

by Dr. K. R. Mahadik

Emetine is an alkaloid obtained from Ipecacuanha. It can also be obtained by methylation of cephaeline, the other alkaloid present in ipecacuanha . It can also be prepared synthetically. It contains tetrahydroquinoline heterocycle.

Google previewBasic Undergraduate Pharmacology

by Sudeb Mondal

Emetine is a very potent emetic agent and syrup ipecacuanha ...

Google previewAllen's commerical organic analysis (1913)

emetine is a diacid tertiary diamine, uniting readily with methyl iodide and containing four methoxyl groups. It is probably a quinoline derivative. Cephaeline, C28H40O4N2, appears to be the lower homologue of ...

Google previewWestern Druggist (1915)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of amebic dysentery. 2.—It is quickly absorbed and its effect is rapid and striking. 3.-It produces no unfavorable symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and depression. - 4.-It is a diagnostic agent of the ...

Google previewCommercial Organic Analysis (1913)

by Wm. A. Davis

emetine is a diacid tertiary diamine, uniting readily with methyl iodide and containing four methoxyl groups. It is probably a quinoline derivative. Cephaeline, C28H40O4N2, appears to be the lower homologue of 1 ...

Google previewN.A.R.D. Journal (1916)

Emetine is a specific in the treatment of arnebic dysentery.

Google previewMateria Medica for Nurses (1920)

by Aaron Samuel Blumgarten

Emetine is a white powder, the active alkaloid of ipecac. It was formerly used only to produce vomiting. Locally it is an antiseptic. It is especially destructive to amoebae, which are unicellular organisms many species of which cause ...

Google previewSittig's Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens (2012)

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Emetine is an alkaloid. Procedures for alkaloid salts are as follows. Move victim to ...

Google previewModern Medical Toxicology (2012)

by Pillay

Emetine. and. Dehydroemetine. Emetine is an alkaloid obtained from Cephaelis ...

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