Arn. 1, 1h. When caused by a blow, at the beginning.
Aco. 3, 1h. When fever comes on, with restlessness, anxiety, tearfulness, dry skin, thirst.
Bell. 3, 1h. When there is delirium, patient tries to escape, flushed face, dilated pupils.
Bry. 3, 1h. If there is little delirium, but much pain, white tongue, nausea; when effusion appears to have taken place, depression and stupor coming on.
Hell. N. 3, ˝ h. Great depression, much pain in the back of the head and neck.
Apis 3x, 1h. Shrill cries in sleep, nervous fidgetiness.
Sul. 6, 1h. After Apis and other medicines, hot head, cold feet in those subject to eruptions.
Bacil. 30-200, a single dose of four globules dry on the tongue or dissolved in a little water. Tubercular.
When the fever has subsided, if the original cause has been concussion, and after Apis or Bry. has been given, Arn. 1, 2h. After the fever, when Bell. or Helleb. has been given, Zinc. Met. 6, 2h.
Aco. 3, 1h. Acute, with fever, restlessness, fear, dry skin.
Gels. 1-30, 1h. With complete prostration, numbness, tremor.
Bry. 3, 1h. Pains in various parts, < on the least attempt at movement.
Oxal. Ac. 3x, 1h. Stiffness and paralysis of the lower limbs.
Cerebro-Spinal ("Typhoid Meningitis." "Spotted Fever").-
(1) Meningococcin. 6-30, 4h. (2) Cicuta Virosa 3, 1h.
Crotal. 3, 1h. When the fever is of a low typhoid kind and symptoms of blood-poisoning predominate.
Am. C. 200, 2-4h. Intense pain below and behind ears (< 1.) extending to nape and occiput.
Act. R. 3, ˝ h. Should other remedies fail to relieve the spasm.
Gelsem. 1, 2h. During the spasms. After- effects, paralysis.
Deafness-(1) Silic. 6,4h.; (2) Sulph. 6, 4h. tubercular.