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[Scope, vol. 1, no. 7, 1944]

Scope - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Image of an outline of a headless male body torso in white, against a wood-paneled background, in the center of the body image is fire burning from the stomach and chest area. On the left side of the page is a black arrow pointing to the body, text in blue type on arrow reads: "Neutralization without Alkalosis." On the bottom half of the page is text in black type that reads: "Malcogel* is a suspension of magnesium trisilicate in colloidal aluminum hydroxide. It reduces gastric acidity but does not produce a strongly alkaline reaction which might stimulate the secretion of acid. Since it is not absorbed it does not increase the fixed base of the blood and produce alkalosis." to the right of the text is an image of an instrument that measures Ph.

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<p>Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Image of an outline of a headless male body torso in white, against a wood-paneled background, in the center of the body image is fire burning from the stomach and chest area. On the left side of the page is a black arrow pointing to the body, text in blue type on arrow reads: "Neutralization without Alkalosis." On the bottom half of the page is text in black type that reads: "Malcogel* is a suspension of magnesium trisilicate in colloidal aluminum hydroxide. It reduces gastric acidity but does not produce a strongly alkaline reaction which might stimulate the secretion of acid. Since it is not absorbed it does not increase the fixed base of the blood and produce alkalosis." to the right of the text is an image of an instrument that measures Ph.</p>
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[Scope, vol. 1, no. 7, 1944]

Scope - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Image of an outline of a headless male body torso in white, against a wood-paneled background, in the center of the body image is fire burning from the stomach and chest area. On the left side of the page is a black arrow pointing to the body, text in blue type on arrow reads: "Neutralization without Alkalosis." On the bottom half of the page is text in black type that reads: "Malcogel* is a suspension of magnesium trisilicate in colloidal aluminum hydroxide. It reduces gastric acidity but does not produce a strongly alkaline reaction which might stimulate the secretion of acid. Since it is not absorbed it does not increase the fixed base of the blood and produce alkalosis." to the right of the text is an image of an instrument that measures Ph.</p>
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Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Image of an outline of a headless male body torso in white, against a wood-paneled background, in the center of the body image is fire burning from the stomach and chest area. On the left side of the page is a black arrow pointing to the body, text in blue type on arrow reads: "Neutralization without Alkalosis." On the bottom half of the page is text in black type that reads: "Malcogel* is a suspension of magnesium trisilicate in colloidal aluminum hydroxide. It reduces gastric acidity but does not produce a strongly alkaline reaction which might stimulate the secretion of acid. Since it is not absorbed it does not increase the fixed base of the blood and produce alkalosis." to the right of the text is an image of an instrument that measures Ph.

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