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Palpitation Of The Heart





Category: PRESCRIPTIONS.
Source: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

This is commonly a symptomatic or sympathetic affection--rarely
idiopathic--and disappears on cure of the disease from which it
proceeds. It usually denotes nervous weakness, and often general
debility. General tonic treatment is indicated, as far as can be given
without interfering with the proper treatment of any local affections on
which the palpitation depends.





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