**Cuprum arsenicum is also useful in uraemic conditions and is praised highly by Goodno. **Cuprum is a valuable remedy for uraemic eclampsia.
**Aurum muriaticum. Morbus Brightii from gout, suppurations or syphilis. Interstitial nephritis in its incipiency with digestive and nervous phenomena, hypochondriasis, irritability and vertigo.
**Phosphorus produces as marked a nephritis as any drug. It is one of the most important remedies in Bright’s disease; the characteristic symptoms are: lassitude of the whole body, hands and feet icy cold, sleepiness. The fatigue is greatest in the morning, and there is heat in the body without thirst, especially in the evening. The patient is indisposed to work, is giddy, forgetful and has a heavy headache, particularly in the forehead; there is oedema of the upper eyelids, a mist before the eye, a yellowish fray complexion, a sickly oedema of the face, want of appetite, pressure and burning in the stomach, and a light colored painless diarrhoea which is very weakening. It suits well fatty or waxy casts, is dark brown, scanty and albuminous, or covered with an iridescent film. Pulmonary complications will call for **Phosphorus; and inability to lie on the left side is a prominent symptom in these cases. Vomiting and gastric symptoms are usually present. A small dose of **Phosphorus will act much safer and better in eclampsia than a large dose of **Morphine.
Simple albuminuria, here it seems to occupy a place midway between **Aconite and Arsenicum. **Belladonna is of the greatest service in inflammation of the kidneys with piercing burning pains in the lumbar region, returning periodically with increased severity.
**Aconite. Incipient stage of post scarlatinal nephritis, pain in loins, scanty urine without blood.
**Convallaria. Nephritis from heart disorders. It affords relief when there is extreme rapid and irregular action of the heart, and in general anasarca and ascites from mitral insufficiency.
**Apocynum. Palliative in dropsical conditions where the urine is scanty. Also useful for comma and convulsions in the nephritis of pregnancy.