Categories: Accidents, Emergencies and Poisons
Deep sleep, livid look, pulse weak, breathing slow,
pupils contracted during sleep, but dilated when awake, temperature low.
Antidotes. Permanganate of potash, four to five grains every half hour.
Treatment. Emetics at first, if seen early, such as mustard water, and
warm salt water, vaselin, goose grease, etc. Keep person awake by walking,
slapping and cold applications; give strong coffee enemas.