Children diseases of Morbi Neonatorum et Infantum
Apoplectic from, the babe is hot, purple-hued, pulseless and breathless, or nearly so.
Suffocative form; rattling of mucus in throat; child pale and breathless, although the cord still pulsates.
Apoplectic form; face very red, eyeballs injected, pupils dilated.
Where Ant. tart. fails, for the same symptoms.
Syncope, after profuse haemorrhage.
Face blue, with gasping for breath and nearly imperceptible breathing; twitching of muscles of the face.
Pale and breathless, cord still pulsates.
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