The Hahnemannian Monthly Volume 20, Nos. 7-12

The Hahnemannian Monthly Volume 20, Nos. 7-12

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ... was of the same color, light in character, as that shown me when the kidneys had ceased to secrete. The urine was now more than normal in quantity but perfectly healthy, and continued so during the remainder of his illness. We had now no reason to expect anything else than a rapid recovery, but on the morning of the twenty-third day of illness his parents told me he had vomited something like blood. I thought he had eaten too hearty a supper, but his parents say not. This day, the diet was light, only milk. Nux 6 was given every two hours. On the morning of the twenty-fourth day he vomited again, this time a glairy mucus mixed with a dark green substance. Ars. alb. 6th was now given every two hours. He vomited again in the evening a substance resembling coffee-grounds. Temperature 96., pulse 120. On the morning of the twenty-fifth day of illness at 10 o'clock, he vomited a dark-looking liquid, and at 3 P.1=I. without having taken any food or water, a half pint of dark clotted blood. We now used injections of "Val. Beef Essence " to sustain his strength, first emptying the rectum, and in a half hour afterwards, giving as an injection a teaspoonful of Beef essence to three teaspoonsful of tepid water. These were repeated three times a day, and Sulph. 6' on pellets every two hours. After all water and food was abstained from, there was no further vomiting, so that from the twenty-fifth to the twentyninth day his stomach was quiet. His pulse which was 120 and his temperature 95, on the _ twenty-fifth, improved, so that on the twenty-ninth day, tem perature was 78, pulse 76. It was our intention to give no food until four days had elapsed from the time of vomiting, but on thenight of the 29th day his importunities for...show more

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