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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ANGINA.(soke Thboat.) This generally comes on with a common coldchills, heat, restlessness, difficulty in sucking the breast, wheezing sound on breath- ing. On examination the throat is red, Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ANGINA.—(soke Thboat.) This generally comes on with a common cold—chills, heat, restlessness, difficulty in sucking the breast, wheezing sound on breath- ing. On examination the throat is red, tonsils may be swollen, face gets red and bloated, glands of the neck tender and swollen. Angina may merge into bronchitis, croup, or diptheria, when it would become dangerous. It is not very common in young infants. Aconite.—6th potency, three globules, or one pilule, in water, every half-hour. Dulcamara.—6th potency, three globules, clone pilule in water every four hours. APTHEA.— ( Duration, Eight to Ten Days, Is generally preceded a few days by restlessness, cross humour, face red, then turning pale, fever, spasms, thin greenish stools ; or, if very slight, may run its course in two or three days without such disturbance. Small red spots, surmounted by a white vesicle, appear on the tongue, inside of the mouth, and cheeks ; they may be single or in clusters. In about three days the vesicle bursts, and forms an adherent mucus, which tenaciously clings to the part, the mouth is hot, and the flow of saliva increased. Borax. — Dissolve twelve globules, or ftmr pilules, in six table-spoonfuls of water ; give one table-spoonful every two hours. Mercurius is also very useful in some cases. Unfavoubable Symptoms.—Eapid extension of the disease into the pharynx and larynx, the vesicles assuming a yellow or brownish colour. ASTHMA.—(spasmodic.) (spasm or TheGlottis.)—Dangerous. A sudden stoppage of the breath after a fit of passion, or a spasm suddenly occurring on awaking from sleep, or from fright, the rima glottis contracts, and thus stops the breath ; the face turns pale, then blue; cold sweat on the forehead; there is no fever nor cough. Convulsions may succe...


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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ANGINA.(soke Thboat.) This generally comes on with a common coldchills, heat, restlessness, difficulty in sucking the breast, wheezing sound on breath- ing. On examination the throat is red, Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ANGINA.—(soke Thboat.) This generally comes on with a common cold—chills, heat, restlessness, difficulty in sucking the breast, wheezing sound on breath- ing. On examination the throat is red, tonsils may be swollen, face gets red and bloated, glands of the neck tender and swollen. Angina may merge into bronchitis, croup, or diptheria, when it would become dangerous. It is not very common in young infants. Aconite.—6th potency, three globules, or one pilule, in water, every half-hour. Dulcamara.—6th potency, three globules, clone pilule in water every four hours. APTHEA.— ( Duration, Eight to Ten Days, Is generally preceded a few days by restlessness, cross humour, face red, then turning pale, fever, spasms, thin greenish stools ; or, if very slight, may run its course in two or three days without such disturbance. Small red spots, surmounted by a white vesicle, appear on the tongue, inside of the mouth, and cheeks ; they may be single or in clusters. In about three days the vesicle bursts, and forms an adherent mucus, which tenaciously clings to the part, the mouth is hot, and the flow of saliva increased. Borax. — Dissolve twelve globules, or ftmr pilules, in six table-spoonfuls of water ; give one table-spoonful every two hours. Mercurius is also very useful in some cases. Unfavoubable Symptoms.—Eapid extension of the disease into the pharynx and larynx, the vesicles assuming a yellow or brownish colour. ASTHMA.—(spasmodic.) (spasm or TheGlottis.)—Dangerous. A sudden stoppage of the breath after a fit of passion, or a spasm suddenly occurring on awaking from sleep, or from fright, the rima glottis contracts, and thus stops the breath ; the face turns pale, then blue; cold sweat on the forehead; there is no fever nor cough. Convulsions may succe...

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