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ANTIMONY. Symptoms





Category: Accidents, Emergencies and Poisons

Metallic taste, violent vomiting, becoming bloody,
feeble pulse; pain and burning in the stomach. Violent watery purging,
becoming bloody; cramps in the extremities, thirst, great weakness;
sometimes prostration, collapse, unconsciousness.

Antidotes. Tannic acid, twenty drops to a glass of water.



Treatment. Soothing drinks, milk, white of egg and water, flaxseed tea,
etc.; external heat.





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