Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey . ysiologicallyactive constituent of thethyroid gland; a com-pound of definite andknown chemical compo-sition containing 65 per cent, of iodine, organ-ically combined, as an integral part of themolecule. Fifteen grains of desiccated thyroid preparedunder favorable conditions contains approxi-mately 1/64 grain of Thyroxin. This ratiomay be used in determining the initial doseof Thyroxin. The physiological action of Thyroxin bears aquantitative relation to the production of bodyenergy, and a system that is lacking in suchenergy may be brought up to no

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Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey . ysiologicallyactive constituent of thethyroid gland; a com-pound of definite andknown chemical compo-sition containing 65 per cent, of iodine, organ-ically combined, as an integral part of themolecule. Fifteen grains of desiccated thyroid preparedunder favorable conditions contains approxi-mately 1/64 grain of Thyroxin. This ratiomay be used in determining the initial doseof Thyroxin. The physiological action of Thyroxin bears aquantitative relation to the production of bodyenergy, and a system that is lacking in suchenergy may be brought up to no Stock Photo
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Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey . ysiologicallyactive constituent of thethyroid gland; a com-pound of definite andknown chemical compo-sition containing 65 per cent, of iodine, organ-ically combined, as an integral part of themolecule. Fifteen grains of desiccated thyroid preparedunder favorable conditions contains approxi-mately 1/64 grain of Thyroxin. This ratiomay be used in determining the initial doseof Thyroxin. The physiological action of Thyroxin bears aquantitative relation to the production of bodyenergy, and a system that is lacking in suchenergy may be brought up to no
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Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey . ysiologicallyactive constituent of thethyroid gland; a com-pound of definite andknown chemical compo-sition containing 65 per cent, of iodine, organ-ically combined, as an integral part of themolecule. Fifteen grains of desiccated thyroid preparedunder favorable conditions contains approxi-mately 1/64 grain of Thyroxin. This ratiomay be used in determining the initial doseof Thyroxin. The physiological action of Thyroxin bears aquantitative relation to the production of bodyenergy, and a system that is lacking in suchenergy may be brought up to normal produc-tion by its administration. Thyroxin is marketed in two forms—Tabletscontaining the partially purified sodium salt ofThyroxin for oral administration; and the PureCrystalline Thyroxin for intravenous injectionin those cases in which the Thyroxin is notabsorbed quantitatively when given by mouth. Complete Information on Request E R: Squibb & Soms. New York! iJlUrUEACTORINfi CUUU&TS TO THE HTOICaI. PROFESSION SINCE 10S€U. Do not neglect to read these advertisements. XXVlll. Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey. May, 1922 GASTRON Obtained by direct extractionfrom the entire stomach mucosa Contains the activated principles of the gastric cells, theenzymes, the associated organic and inorganic constituents;of standardised proteolytic power. Indicated in disorders of gastric function, gastric deficien-cy; a useful accessory, compatible with and contributingto the success of therapeutic measures — by promoting di-gestion and nutrition. Fairchild Bros. & Foster New York Alcohol and Sugar Free The Endocrines, Digestive Ferments,Catgut Ligatures, etc. ^RE ARMOUR LABORATORY is maintained for the purposeof handling the glands, membranes and other raw materials sup-plied by our abattoirs in immense quantities, from which importanttherapeutic agents are extracted and fabricated. Corpus Luteum ; Suprarenals,U. S, P.; Parathyroids: Pitui-tary, Whole Gland; Pituitary,A