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Aug. 2, 1938.
A. MATSUMAE
2,125,577 '
AUXILIARY IEDICAL AGENT AND METHOD OF PREPARING THE SAME
Filed Sept. 10, 1936
INVENTOR.
I Patented Aug. .2, 1938
\ 2,125,577
PATENT orrlcs
UNITED STATES
2,125.57’! 7
AUxnJAar- MEDICAL AGENT AND METHOD
or PREPARING THE SAME
Akiyoshi Matsumaa'Kumamoto, Japan
Application September 10, 1936, Serial No. 100,168
6Claims. (Cl. 167-—57)
My invention relates to improvements in _a
method of manufacturing an auxiliaryagent for
‘ drinking medicines such as cod-liveroil, castor
oil and other disgustful medicines, and its ob
5 Ject is to provide an auxiliary medical agent
which produces innumerable number of small
bubbles of stable nature in water for facilitating
the drinking of castor oil etc. without disgustful
feeling.
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cines give disgustful feeling to patients. It is
very desirous to provide some agent to cancel
such disgustful odour or unpleasant. taste and
. l6 protect the medicine from adhering to the tongue
or mouth. The present invention is to provide
a very conveniently applicable agent for produc
ing an innumerable number of small durable
bubbles which envelope the medicine by the
20 strong skin e?ect caused by the surface ten
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What I consider to be novel and my inven
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Such an adhesive agent
um carbonate or bicarbonate and tartaric acid 5
or. citric acid or their mixture andground into
possibly ?ne powders. To mixed powder is also
added a smallquantity of lactose and some per
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g
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As an example the materials to be mixed to- 10
gether are taken according to the following pro
portions and made su?i‘ciently ?ne powders:-->
Gum arabic___
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2 m
Tartaric acid"
Sodium bicarbonate
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- Flavouring _
1
Perfume _______ _-' _____________ __Small quantity
The powder of this invention may be reserved 20
sion in order ‘to attain the above mentioned
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stances may be used.
is mixed with an almost equal amount of sodi- .
fumes.
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Fatty medicines such as cod-liver oils, castor
oils and the like as well as bitter powder medi—
object.
colloidal adhesive agent, gum arabic, tragacanth
gum, saponin and other colloidal adhesive sub
ticn will be better understood by reference to. the
25 following description and appended claims when
considered in connection with the accompanying
‘ drawing which illustrates the manner of using
the auxiliary agent of this invention.
Fig. 1 is a. sectional elevation of a cup con
30 taining alsmall amount of the powder prepared
by the method of this invention with water’
or sold as a liquid by putting a suitable quan
tity of the powder into the water contained in a
bottle and then the bottle is quickly sealed be
fore the bubbles are formed and the formation
of bubbles‘ is suppressed by the pressure created 25
in the bottle.
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In using the powder of this invention, a cer
tain quantity of the powder 2 such as 0.5 to 2.0
grams is taken and put in a cup I as shown in;
Fig. 1 and about 15 to 30 grams of water is 30
poured in the cup. Then the adhesive materials
‘in the powder are quickly dissolved in water and
lar to- Fig. 1 illustrating the formation of bub- ‘ the gas generating materials generate very fine
bles; Fig. 3 is a similar sectional view for illus
gas bubbles corresponding to-each particle‘of .
35 trating the manner of pouring castor oil; and the fine powder so that thegadhesive liquid is 35
Fig. 4 is also a sectional view for illustrating the foamed and made into innumerable number of
manner of drinking the castor oil.
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small bubbles. Thus the upper part of the cup.
Stable‘ bubbles of thick layer can be formed I is filled with a thick layer of the bubbles l
7 _ by mechanical means of violently shaking or stir
as shown in Fig. 2, remaining the water in the
40 ring the adhesive liquid for a considerable time. lower part of the cup and the bubbles encircled 40 .
,But vsuch means requires great labour and me-_ by the adhesive liquid are 'maintained for a
chanical power. Similar bubbles can be formed pretty long time.’ This isv probably due‘to the
byv injecting air or gas into adhesive liquid and. fact that the ?lm of the adhesive liquid has a
are maintained for a'certain period, but such pretty strong surface tension which rather over
14:; process needs some mechanical device for in
comes the pressure of an occluded gas bubble‘?5
jecting air or gas.
In accordance ‘with this invention the above and has the tendency of contracting, each bub
ble and the stability of foams or bubbles is main
described disadvantages can be avoided by form
tained for a long period. In case of an ordinary
ing stable ?ne bubbles very easily when de
lemonade or aerated water, theevolved gas bub- 50
_ 50 sired. In carrying my invention into effect. pow
bles have the tendency to unite together quickly
ders of botanical adhesive agent soluble in wa
tel‘ such as adhesive gum‘, saponin or colloidal so that the volume of a bubble is increased and
poured therein; Fig. 2 is a sectional view simi
adhesive material and the chemical agent which
the surface tension of the liquid film can no more
generates gas in water are well mixed together 'balance with the gas pressure and the gas can
I‘ and made into sufficiently fine powders. As the
be dispersed away by breaking the enveloping 55 ‘
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?lm. Accordingly the bubbles are extinguished carbonic acid, aniacid reacting substance which
will set freecarbon dioxide from the said com»
Ai'ter the stable ?ne bubbles are formed in the pound when theimixture is added to water, a _
cup as shown in Fig. 2, the fatty medicine igsuch water soluble adhesive gum, aq?avoring sub
I 5 as castor oil or cod-liver oil is poured into the > stance and a perfume, and ?nely grinding the 5
' cup i as shown in Fig." 3. The medicine does mixture, the said mixture, upon the addition of ;
neither mix with water nor disperse on water, water, yielding a pleasant tasting liquid, and a
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but it accumulates as one mass ?oating on the mass of lasting bubblesiof carbon dioxide.
momentarily in refreshing drinks.
2. An auxiliary medical agent for disguising
water because the medicine is expelled by the
10 surface tension of the liquid and bubbles caused 7 the taste of oily and unpleasant tasting medi- l0
by the tendency of decreasing the volume of cines, whichkcomprise a. ?nely pulverized mix
each bubble. The medicine does not also adhere ture of‘ an alkali metal compound 01;.’ carbonicv
to the inside of the cup since the surface is pro
acid, an acid reacting compound adapted to free '
tected by the thin ?lm of aggregation of small
15 bubbles. Then the medicine is drunklby in
clining the cup as shown in Fig. :4, in which case
carbon dioxide from said compound of carbonic
the medicine _is distinctly separated. from water
' 3. The aunliary medical agent of claim‘2, to
. and bubbles by the di?erence of speci?c gravity
and is protected by the skin ?lm of stable hub
20 bles without disgustful odouror taste. Since
"water gives ?uidity for conveying the medicine I'
it can be easily drunk without sticking to the
acid. upon the addition 01' water, and a water- 16
soluble adhesive vegetable gum.
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which has been added a-?avorlng compound and
a perfume.
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4. An auxiliary medical agent‘ for disguising 20
the taste of oily and unpleasant tasting~ medi- ‘I
cines which comprises a ?nely divided mixture
tongue or mouth and also the medicine does not of sodium bicarbonate, citriclacid, gum-arabic,
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adhere to the cup and no odour is ,left in the, sugar and a perfume. ‘ '
5. ,The method of preparing castor oil for ad-'-26
25 cup. This is due to the e?fect of stable small
bubbles entirely covering the medicine so as not ministration which comprises preparing: a pleas-‘
ant tasting ?uid and a superposed mass of last
to stick to the other substances.
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The auxiliary agent manufactured by the
method of_ this invention is‘carried very con
-30 veniently
easy for use when required and
'\‘is very effective to avoid disgustful odour.‘
oil through said bubble upon the surface of the .
liquid.
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6. The process of imbibing oily and unpleas
ant tasting medicines which comprises placing
said medicine upon a body of pleasant tasting
cal agent to be used for the administration 01' liquid and beneath a mass of lasting ‘bubbles
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ing bubbles of carbon dioxide, and pouring the '
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1. A method of preparing an auxiliary medi
35 oily and unpleasant tasting medicines, which
comprises mixing an alkali'metal compound of
of carbon dioxide and.‘ drinking the whole.
AKIYOSHI MATSUMAE.
-'85
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