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Compounding in History: Pediatric Considerations

Author(s):  Worthen Dennis B

Issue:  Jan/Feb 2001 - Compounding for Pediatric Patients
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Page(s):  30-31

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Abstract:  The author discusses the historical context surrounding pediatric compounding, particularly for whooping cough, and briefly describes four preparations used historically to treat the more severe form of whooping cough in children.

Related Keywords: antiphlogistic, belladonna tincture, compounding for children, conii, conium maculatum, huxham's tincture, nitric acid, pediatric compounding, whooping cough

Related Categories: HISTORY, PEDIATRICS

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