Scalding of the Throat

G. O. Heming
1832 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
It is probable, too, that ipecacuanha produces an effect upon the bronchial membrane similar to that observed on the skin. The secretion of mucus succeeds to a slate of dryness, and the mucus itself is of less tenacity and easier of expectoration. However, the rationale apart, I may give the result of my experience in general terms, and say that of all our remedies for bronchitis in children, repeated emetic doses of ipecacuanha, after moderate bloodletting,
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