The Bovine Prescriber: For The Use Of Veterinary Practitioners And Students (Classic Reprint).pdf
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (3 Nov. 2016)
By: James Brodie Gresswell (Author)
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Often in large amount. It is in the fourth stomach that true digestion takes place. Hence it comes about that cattle require large doses of nearly all medicines. For instance, whereas a drachm of Epsom salts will suffice for a man, an ox will require about sixteen ounces, 128 times as much. The intestinal tract of an ox is, so to speak, protected at the outset, and is not SO easily acted upon, as is that of other animals, and, Since all medicines given by the mouth pass through that conduit to some extent at least, the same result follows in regard to other remedies also.
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