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" ... several hours more, alone remaining. This is the utmost extent to which I would recommend the physiological effects of aconite to be carried, in order to obtain, with safety and success, its therapeutic action. Third Degree of Operation. — On the... "
A Cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy - Page 107
1886
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 10-12

Medicine - 1845
...therapeutic action. Third Degree of Operation. — On the administration of five minims more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth,...voice becomes weak, and the individual is frequently imprcsse'd with the dread of approaching dissolution. Occasionally the pulse is reduced still further...
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the monthly journal of medical science

john rose - 1845
...Aconite to be can led, in order to obtain, with safety and success, its therapeutic action. two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth,...in the joints are occasionally complained of; the headach, vertigo, and dimness of vision, are aggravated; the countenance grows pale and anxious; the...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

Medicine - 1846
...therapeutic action. " Third Degree of Operation. — On the administration of five minims more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth and...the body. The sensibility of the surface is still farther diminished ; lancinating pains in the joints are occasionally complained of ; the headache,...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 48

Medicine - 1846
...therapeutic action. " Third Degree of Operation — On the administration of five minims more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth and...the numbness and tingling, again spread rapidly over :he body. The sensibility of the surface is still farther diminished ; lancinating pains in the joints...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 48

1846
...Third Degree of Opération — On the administration of five minims more, two huiirs subsequent lo the last dose, the sense of warmth and the numbness and tingling, again spread rapidly over :he body. The sensibility of the surface is still farther diminished ; lancinating pains in the joints...
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Dental Times: A Quarterly Journal of Dental Science, Volumes 3-4

1866
...therapeutic action " THIRD DEGREE OF OPERATION. — On the administration of five minims more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth and...tingling again spread rapidly over the body ; the sensi\>ility of the surface is still further diminished ; lancinating pains in the joints are occasionally...
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Practical Therapeutics: Considered Chiefly with Reference to Articles of the ...

Edward John Waring - Materia medica - 1866 - 815 pages
...be administered with safety and success. Third Degree. On the administration of ifUv more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth and...numbness and tingling again spread rapidly over the body ; diminished sensibility of the surface ; pains in the joints are complained of; and the vertigo and...
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A Pathogenetic Materia Medica: Based Upon Drs. Hughes' and Dake's ...

Medical Investigation Club of Baltimore, Md - Homeopathy - 1895 - 347 pages
...hours. the joints are frequently complained of; the sensibility of the surface is more diminished ; headache, vertigo and dimness of vision are aggravated;...frequently impressed with the dread of approaching death. The pulse may fall still lower, yet keeping regular ; or may jump to seventy or eighty, becoming...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 26

1891
...pains in the joints are frequently complained of; the sensibility of the surface is more diminished ; headache, vertigo and dimness of vision are aggravated...frequently impressed with the dread of approaching death. The pulee may fall still lower, yet keeping regular; or may jump to 70 or 80, becoming small...
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The Medical Examiner: A Monthly Record of Medical Science, Volume 2

1846
...therapeutic action. Third Degree of Operation. — On the administration of five minims more, two hours subsequent to the last dose, the sense of warmth,...the body. The sensibility of the surface is still farther diminished ; lancinating pains in the joints are occasionally complained of; the headache,...
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