CUPR. ARS. Arsenite of Copper, or Scheele’s Green. Noack and Trinks.
Staggering gait. Spasms. Great exhaustion. Fainting.
Increased temperature of the skin. Small, quick, irritated, or else spasmodically contracted pulse.
Partial confusion of the senses. Intense anguish.
Vertigo. Headache. Dullness of the head. Intoxication. Hot forehead.
Dimness of the eyes and profuse lachrymation. Sensitiveness of the eyes. Sparks before the eyes.
Pale face. Wild expression of countenance.
Thin coating of white mucus on the tongue. Intense thirst. Loathing. Nausea. Violent vomiting and purging. Vomiting of mucus tinged with bile. Great distention of the abdomen. Hard abdomen. Great sensitiveness of the epigastric region to the least touch. Violent pains in the abdomen. Colic, which increases after eating or drinking. Diarrhoeic, slimy stool.