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Disorders of the Respiratory System including
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abdominal pain acid action acute addiction administration agent agranulocytosis albuminuria alcohol alkaloids Amer anaemia anorexia anuria appear arsenic artificial respiration asphyxia atropine barbiturate barbiturate poisoning bite blood pressure body weight Brit calcium carbon cause chloride chloroform chronic circulatory collapse clinical coma compounds concentration containing convulsions corrosive cyanosis death dehydration dermatitis diarrhoea dimercaprol dosage drug dyspnoea excretion exposure fatal fluid gastric lavage gastro-intestinal given glucose headache hepatic hydrochloride increase ingestion inhalation injection intoxication intramuscular intravenous irritation Lancet lesions lethal dose litre liver damage loss mercury methyl minutes morphine mouth nausea nausea and vomiting necrosis normal occasionally occur oliguria oxygen paraldehyde particularly patient penicillin pethidine phenobarbitone plant plasma potassium procaine produce pulmonary oedema pyrexia rapidly rarely recovery renal reported respiratory failure salicylate saline salts severe sodium solution stupor substance sulphate sulphonamides symptoms syndrome therapeutic tissues toxic effects ulceration urine usually vomiting