Aco.1-30, 1h. Fever from chill as sudden fall of temperature. If not well relieved in twenty-four hours there is probable internal congestion development, Sul. q-30, 2h. This will in most cases cut it short. If inflammation develops, see under appropriate heading. Simple ephemeral fever (febricula), Acon. 3, 2h.
Baptis. 1x, 2h. Simple continued fever with bilious or gastric symptoms.
Continued fever of a low typhoid type, (1) Echin. Q. 2h. (2) Ars. 3, 3h.
Gels. 3,2h. Fever of remittent type in children or adults; passing off without perspiration.
Sul. q-30, 4h. Fever with exacerbation every 3, 4, 12 hours or multiple of 12 hours.
See also Hyperpyrexia, and the various fevers under their names.