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Francis Peyre Porcher Papers

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Notes: Emetics, No. 1
Notes: Emetics, No. 1 Dr. Porcher's handwritten notebook on emetics. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Remedies and Notes on Menstruation
Remedies and Notes on Menstruation 4.25 x 5 in. Ecbolic - causes expulsion, To determine blood to uterus: use (illegible) baths, mustard baths, hot foot baths - which partially dilate arteries of leg, close (illegible) connection between the vascular supply of uterus & feet for cold & wet feet check menstruation. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription Notes: Bromide of Potash
Prescription Notes: Bromide of Potash Bromide of Potash, useful says Sidney (illegible) in Hooping cough, Good in colic of children. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Clinic of the Month: A Means of Lowering the General Temperature
Clinic of the Month: A Means of Lowering the General Temperature From the British Practitioner Aug. 1898, page 123. A means of lowering the general temperature. Handwritten annotation by Dr. Porcher: Plan I have used for years-since 1859. See articles on Yellow Fever- President's Address 1872- FPP. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Arnica
Prescription: Arnica Trimethylamine - is the really useful ingredient, emits a fishy smell, Recommended for Rheumatism, Trimethylamine reduces force & frequency of pulse, P. P. Phillips. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Strophanthus Hispidus
Prescription: Strophanthus Hispidus Strophanthus Hispidus, fruit, seeds, FP Porcher 89. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Plate: Comparison Between Woodbine and Poison Ivy
Plate: Comparison Between Woodbine and Poison Ivy Plate stamped: [illegible]: this illustration to face page 104, signed. Numbered 108520 3F. Black and white drawing of Woodbine and Poison Ivy with common name, botanical name, habitat and range, parts used, principal U.S. Preparations, time and place of collection. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription for Treatment of Mucous Diarrhoea in Children.
Prescription for Treatment of Mucous Diarrhoea in Children. 3 x 4 in. Handwritten prescription. For mucous diarrhoea of children -1 year , Syrup Blk Bery, Elix. Orange. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Poem: A Consultation
Poem: A Consultation 3 x 4 in. Handwritten. A Consultation, A single doctor like a skuller plies The patient lingers and by inches dies But two physicians like a pair of oars, Waft him with swiftness to the Stygian shores, From London Med. Gazette. Copied FPP. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Note: South Carolina
Note: South Carolina South Carolina was "accustomed to stand in the first rank and her attitude was always unmistakable whenever great" projects were to be undertaken, return during these better days to wise, judicious, more honest and polished representation let her not appear to recede, rather than to. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Hyperidrosis
Prescription: Hyperidrosis Sub-nit. Bismuth, Oxide of zinc, 1878, Treatment of the Feet. Dr. Vieusse commends (Revue Medicale) frictions of the part with subnitrate of bismuth in powder. He has never seen any evil results following the rapid uspression of the hyperidrosis. Sometime the bismuth causes only temporary relief in hyperidrosis, but it cures permanently the bad ordor and the tenderness of the feet, which are the chief causes of complaint. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Geranium Maculatum
Prescription: Geranium Maculatum Geranium maculatum, After extraction of teeth plugging cavity with cotton wet with undiluted extract. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Geranium Maculatum-Styptic
Prescription: Geranium Maculatum-Styptic Geranium maculatum, Best styptic in Mat. Medica, Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: Morphia, Bi Carb Potash, Bromide
Prescription: Morphia, Bi Carb Potash, Bromide Morphia, Bi Carb Potash, Bromide. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prescription: For Indigestion and Diarrhoea of Children
Prescription: For Indigestion and Diarrhoea of Children For Indigestion - Diarrhoea of Children, Bismuth, Arom. Powder, oxide of zinc, dovers powder, soda, M. S. powders S. ove 3 times a day. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Prize Essay by Dr. Porcher: Title Page and Excerpt
Prize Essay by Dr. Porcher: Title Page and Excerpt Title page and excerpt of Dr. Porcher's one hundred dollar prize winning essay, 'Illustrations of Disease With the Microscope'. The prize was offered by the South Carolina Medical Association. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Explanation Of A Simple Method For The Diagnosis Of Organic Valvular Diseases Of the Heart
Explanation Of A Simple Method For The Diagnosis Of Organic Valvular Diseases Of the Heart Extracted from the American Journal of the Medical Sciences for October, 1880. By F. Peyre Porcher, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Medical College of The State of South Carolina; Associate Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Notes: Emetics
Notes: Emetics Dr. Porcher's handwritten notes and clippings on emetics, including sanguinaria and lobelia. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Notes: Emetic (Tartar)- Nausea/Vomiting
Notes: Emetic (Tartar)- Nausea/Vomiting Dr. Porcher's reprints, handwritten notes, and news clippings on emetics, including tartar. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
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Notes: Neurotics
Notes: Neurotics Dr. Porcher's handwritten notes on 'neurotics', including opium, valerian, arnica montana, and others. Preferred citation: Francis Peyre Porcher Papers, MSS 299, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.