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" Digitalis is indicated as soon as the pulse rises in frequency and at the same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened during the course of the... "
Clinical Excerpts - Page 262
1905
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North Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 43

Medicine - 1899 - 462 pages
...two days at the utmost. Another explanation of the tolerance for these large doses may be found ia the experiments of Brunton and Cash, which clearly...same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened...
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Medical News, Volume 74

Medicine - 1899 - 842 pages
...must not be continued more than two days at the utmost. Another explanation of the tolerance for these large doses may be found in the experiments of Brunton...same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened...
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North Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 43

1899 - 486 pages
...must not be continued more than two days at the utmost. Another explanation of the tolerance for these large doses may be found in the experiments of Brunton...same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened...
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Medical News and Abstract, Volume 74

Medicine - 1899 - 878 pages
...explanation of the tolerance for these large doses may be found in the experiments of Brunton and Cash,4 which clearly show that the action of digitalis is...same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened...
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North Carolina Medical Journal, Volumes 43-44

Medicine - 1899 - 848 pages
...must not be continued more than two days at the utmost. Another explanation of the tolerance for these large doses may be found in the experiments of Brunton...same time becomes irregular without any demonstrable cause in patients whose hearts were weak before the attack, or in patients whose hearts have weakened...
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