Fever runs very high; desire to be carried about, resting the head upon the arms or shoulders of the nurse, with restless anxiety, great thirst, sunken eyes and expression of distress.
Cyanotic symptoms; child springs up, clings to those around him, calls for help in a hoarse voice, or bends backward and grasps at the larynx; wheezing respiration from accumulation of mucus in chest, but little cough; child cannot nurse, hence danger of famishing or of slow suffocation; cries with cough and coughs when angry (Sulphur follows well).
Child cries every time it coughs; or even before coughing as though the dreaded it; difficulty of breathing, cyanotic look; child has to swallow the mucus; coarse, bubbling rales heard over lungs; high fever, very rapid pulse.
Child lies with eyes half open, eyes gummy, glazy, it seldom or never winks; great prostration, restlessness, especially after midnight; suffocative first; dry cough, or with frothy sputa; (<) in winter.
Mucous rales large and crepitous, hoarse cough, much moaning; moaning at every breath; jerking and starting of muscles.
Oppressed respiration, dry cough (<) after drinking; dry, cracked lips; constipation of dry, dark stools; every motion (<) child desires rest.
Much mucus in chest, loose cough, catarrh or chronic blennorrhoea respiratory organs; open fontanelles; much perspiration on head so that pillow is wet and all around it; constant cough, involuntary from habit.
Cough with yellow expectoration; child has a suffocative attack when lifted up from the cradle; cough during difficult dentition, with fever, dryness and thirst; (>) lying down, (<) when getting up (Mang.).
Dry nightly cough of children from tickling in throat-pit; cough awakens it from a sound sleep and makes it cross in fretful, or child may sleep through the cough without awaking; (<) from crying; cold air.
BRONCHIOLITIS INFANTUM with difficult respiration, short to swallow, child always tired and always hungry; boring with fingers in nose; twitching of limbs; tossing about or crying out in sleep; the child gets perfectly rigid during every coughing spell; CHILD IS AFRAID TO MOVE OR SPEAK FOR FEAR OF BRINGING ON THE COUGH.
Dry, teasing cough, (<) when lying: dry, spasmodic, almost continuous cough, (<) at night, especially in scrofulous children.
Frequent, violent, dry cough, with tearing pains in head; cough with anxiety and pressure in chest, (<) sitting and about midnight. METASTASIS OF THE CHEST AFFECTION TO THE BRAIN, WITH TENDENCY TO CONVULSIONS.
Deep-sounding, hoarse, barking cough, (<) after midnight, but soon falls asleep again, provoked by tickling in larynx, with vomiting.
CAPILLARY BRONCHITIS with debility and oppression; high fever, heat and burning soreness; short, painful, tickling cough, sometimes spasmodic, with involuntary urination.
Tracheal and bronchial inflammation in children; continual fever headache, difficult, short, anxious breathing; hoarse voice; violent, dry, painful, alternately rough and hollow-sounding cough; (<) eating and drinking anything cold, by cold air, talking or crying; it chokes in cough.
Croupy, hoarse cough, (<) in warm, wet weather; dry morning cough from tickling in larynx.
Loud rales through chest, children gag when coughing, but raise very little phlegm and turn blue i the face, though the chest seems loaded with the mucus; spasmodic cough, usually attended with vomiting of phlegm.
Fat, chubby, light-haired children; wheezing cough, with retching and expectoration of tough, stringy mucus, which forces him to sit up, bent forward; sensation of choking on lying; (<) undressing, after eating.
Dry and teasing cough, (<) eating warm food, exposure to cold, at 3 in the morning; tickling in throat, larynx or bronchi, with dislodgment of tenacious mucus or pus, which must be swallowed; tuberculosis.
OEdema pulmonum, sputa frothy, like soapsuds.
Rattling cough in chest, without any expectoration, (<) in cold weather.
During dentition when the child is extremely fretful, irritable, much agitated and screaming during night; dry cough, excited by crawling sensation below larynx.