A guide for emergencies, containing the homťopathic treatment ... (Google eBook)

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C. T. Hurlburt, 1871 - Health & Fitness - 136 pages
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Page 103 - On the restoration of life, a teaspoonful of warm. water should be given; and then, if the power of swallowing has returned, small quantities of wine, -warm brandy and water, or coffee should be administered. The patient should be kept in bed, and a disposition to sleep encouraged.
Page 86 - ... that has been trained to be savage there is indeed a fearful change ; sometimes the conjunctiva is highly injected ; at other times it is scarcely affected, but the eyes have an unusually bright and dazzling appearance. They are like two balls of fire. " A very early symptom of rabies in the dog is an extreme degree of restlessness. Frequently he is almost invariably wandering about, shifting from corner to corner, or continually rising up and lying down, changing his posture in every possible...
Page 67 - ... and preventing the patient being surrounded by an unnecessary crowd of attendants. He should be laid in a recumbent position, with his head to one side to favour vomiting, which should be excited by tickling the back part of the throat with a feather, &c.; or, if that should fail, by an active...
Page 47 - Well, then, he should have from three to six motions in the twenty-four hours; the color ought to be a bright yellow, inclining to orange; the consistence should be that of thick gruel; indeed, his motion, if healthy, ought to be somewhat of the...
Page 103 - An injection containing five or six teaspoonfuls of spirits of turpentine beaten up with the yolk of an egg and mixed with a pint of warm water, or an injection containing a little brandy may also be administered.
Page 16 - ... of spirits of turpentine beaten up with the yolk of an egg and mixed with a pint of water ; if the turpentine be not at hand, give an injection of warm water.
Page 86 - ... affected, but the eyes have an unusually bright and dazzling appearance. They are like two balls of fire. " A very early symptom of rabies in the dog is an extreme degree of restlessness. Frequently he is almost invariably wandering about, shifting from corner to corner, or continually rising up and lying down, changing his posture in every possible way, disposing of his bed with his paws, shaking it with his mouth, bringing it to a heap, on which he carefully lays his chest, or rather the pit...
Page 21 - Cltam. 30, 4 drops on sac. lactis to be dissolved in half a tumbler of water, and a teaspoonful given every one or two hours according to circumstances.
Page 73 - Digitalis tincture, fifteen minims in half a glass of water, of which the dose is a teaspoonful every hour until the heart's action is improved.
Page 40 - EmeL at intervals of from half an hour to two hours apart, according to the amount of hoarseness, cough, fever, &c., remaining.

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