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ACONITE. Symptoms





Category: Accidents, Emergencies and Poisons

Sudden collapse; slow, feeble, irregular pulse, and
breathing; tickling in the mouth and the extremities, giddiness, great
muscular weakness; pupils generally dilated, may be contracted; mind is
clear.

Antidotes: Solution of tannic acid, twenty drops to a glass of water, to
wash out the stomach.

Treatment. Stimulants, whisky or brandy; digitalis, artificial
respiration, warmth and friction of the body. Lie in recumbent position.





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