He took it dazedly, then dropped it, and the Little Chemist picked it up; he had no prescription like that in his pharmacopoeia.
Above all, the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!
Having occasion to consult the "pharmacopoeia," he had written it at home, and had promised to send it to the patient immediately.
Above all the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!
They furnish, however, the pharmacopoeia of medicine and not the practice of medicine.
The British pharmacopoeia has an ointment containing one part of chrysarobin and 24 of benzoated lard.
You have amply satisfied me as to the potency of the late Mrs. Marjoram's pharmacopoeia.
Fellow-creatures afflicted by maladies your pharmacopoeia had failed to reach came to me for relief, and they found it.
Why, the prescriptions of the pharmacopoeia would form a pretty large library by themselves.
Both the chaplain and the surgeon had seen such cases, and nothing in the pharmacopoeia could cure them.
pharmacopoeia phar·ma·co·poe·ia or phar·ma·co·pe·ia (fär'mə-kə-pē'ə)
A book containing an official list of medicinal drugs together with articles on their preparation and use.
A collection or stock of drugs.