1905 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
hot or tepid water, and in extreme nervous disturbances the temporary application of cold cloths or the icebag to the head. He also recommends the internal use of liquor ammonise acetatis in dram doses (4.00) as an antipyretic. This rise in temperature, however, may not be due to the toxic effect of the pneumocodcus alone, but may be caused by gastrointestinal dis¬ turbances, and consequently calomel in small doses may relieve the hyperpyrexia, and the restlessness.
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