Hypophosphate of Calcium is indicated in those persons who become pale, weak, with violent drenching sweat, rapidly emaciate, with extreme debility, on account of vital losses or continued abscesses having reduced the vitality. Emaciation of children.
Excitable nervous and sleepless. Talks rapidly, and easily angered.
Frying or sizzling in ears.
Ravenous hunger worse 2 hours after meals better when stomach is full. Loss of appetite.
Sore throbbing in spleen. Mesenteric tuberculosis. Diarrhoea; of phthisis.
Acute pain in chest. Cough; of phthisis. Bleeding from the lungs. Asthma. Bronchitis.
Angina Pectoris. Veins stand out like whip-cord.
Habitually cold extremities.
Exhausting night sweat. Acne pustulosa all over the body.
Starts in sleep.