Experiences with a New Oral Mercurial Diuretic—Merpurate
JEROME G. KAUFMAN, ARTHUR BERNSTEIN, FRED WEISS, EMANUEL KLOSK, HAROLD S. FELDMAN
Circulation. 1955;12:52-59Originally published July 1, 1955
JEROME G. KAUFMAN
HAROLD S. FELDMAN
A new oral mercurial diuretic, Merpurate, was studied in dogs for chronic toxicity and in humans for effectiveness. It was found that this product was effective as a diuretic in the doses used and gave a minimal number of undesirable reactions.
- © 1955 American Heart Association, Inc.