Bronchitis complicated with gouty diathesis and a tendency to piles with constipation; rapid, labored breathing with pain in right lung.
Herpetic constitution; the poison attacks the respiratory and digestive mucous membranes; chronic, pulmonary catarrh; dry cough, from scraping in the larynx; afterwards glutinous, bloody or purulent sputa of foul odor. Dyspnoea, as if the anterior chest were compressed; pains in chest, so that he cannot expand it; stitches in shoulder-blades and pectoral muscles, increased by cough and deep inspiration; (<) by fresh, cold air, by atmospheric changes, after rest and from washing the head, general chilliness with redness of face; sour, foetid sweat in the afternoon; general lassitude.
Coughs a long time every morning, with scratching in the middle of the sternum, on and after getting up, (<) during, (>) after breakfast; chronic morning cough of old people; sputa ropy and scanty; dry cough in the evening after lying down.
(Argilla).- Dry, hacking cough soon after waking in the morning, ending in difficult raising of a little white mucus; cough with tearing pains and involuntary urination in old or withered looking people; (<) in the cold season and lasting till the warm season sets in again, cough (>) by lying flat on the face; sputum difficult and of a putrid taste.
Paroxysms of cough coming from deep in chest, excited by violent tickling in throat, evening without, morning with expectoration, generally of grayish-white, seldom of yellow mucus, of salty or sour taste, excited by exertion and music; violent spasmodic cough, with frequent eructations and hoarseness; aged people; old cough.
BRONCHITIS OF THE AGED. Copious bronchial secretion, with great difficulty of expectoration and bronchial dilatation. Numerous coarse rattles land yet he experiences no necessity to clear his chest. Cough in the morning or at night, disturbing sleep, with spasmodic oppression, incessant cough, excited by a sensation as if down in the larynx; (<) after eating, talking, in the open air, and on lying down, followed by exhaustion. Low VITALITY; AND ATONY OF THE BRONCHIAL TUBES, favoring emphysema. Catarrh of old people, beginning with the setting in of winter and continuing till summer heat prevails, (<) 3 to 4 A.M.
Chronic bronchitis, with swelling and induration of the glands; furuncles.
Pulmonary catarrh, with constant hacking and scraping as if a foreign body were in the throat, but he only brings up small pieces of white mucus. Dry cough; (<) evenings and at night, when lying on his back or on right side; (<) after rest, after a cold drink, or when taking a deep inspiration; stitches in the chest and hypochondria; oppression when moving the upper extremities; burning in the chest, and coarse, rattling murmurs; heat at night; followed by sweat; icy coldness between shoulders, which
nothing warms; bronchiectasis, emphysema.
BRONCHITIS CHRONICA ARTHRITICA. When patients suffering from gout or rheumatoid arthritis are attacked with bronchial catarrhs or bronchitis.
Asthenic pulmonary complaints; large accumulation of purulent or viscid matter, with feeble or difficult expectoration; aged people suffer in cold weather from bronchial affections.
Chronic nasal and bronchial catarrhs; greenish-yellow offensive discharge from the head; frequent inclination to hawk and spit, followed by copious expectoration of mucus.
(Tartarus emet.)- Bronchitis of infants and old people; profuse mucus with feeble expulsive power; rattling of phlegm in chest, with increased irritability to cough; sudden and alarming symptoms of suffocation, with oppression and orthopnoea, so that he has to sit up; fits of suffocation mornings and evenings in bed; cough after midnight so that he throws up his supper;l adynamia of old people; stupor from bloodpoisoning; tendency to diarrhoea; hopeless and desponding.
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS OF THE AGED. Dry catarrh, not of recent origin; dyspnoea, from more or less extensive emphysema and consecutive pulmonary congestions. Difficulty of breathing continues during the intervals upon coughing, and returns periodically, especially at night; bronchial secretion scanty with a sensation of dryness in the respiratory lining; titillation in the trachea and under the sternum, chiefly at night, provoking a dry, wheezing, often very violent cough, followed after a while by expectoration of a white, frothy, sometimes after eating and in the afternoon; emaciation; (<) about and after midnight, from lying down, from drinking cold water, from mental excitement.