The following mixture may be given: potassium chlorate two ounces, salol one-half ounce, and powdered nux vomica one ounce. From Wordnik.com. [Common Diseases of Farm Animals] Reference
The following formula is quite useful in checking diarrhoea: salol one-half ounce, bismuth subnitrate one ounce, and bicarbonate of soda two ounces. From Wordnik.com. [Common Diseases of Farm Animals] Reference
It is advisable in most cases to follow this with the following mixture: bicarbonate of soda one ounce, bismuth subnitrate one-half ounce, and salol one-quarter ounce. From Wordnik.com. [Common Diseases of Farm Animals] Reference
At this period no internal medication was given, but three days previous to the usual onset of the disease I prescribed phenacetin and salol, five grains of each three times a day. From Wordnik.com. [Scientific American Supplement, No. 795, March 28, 1891] Reference
The resulting cavity may be injected daily with a weak carbolic-acid lotion, or salol may be introduced. From Wordnik.com. [Special Report on Diseases of the Horse] Reference
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