Reports on Hospital and Surgical Practice in the Hospitals and Asylums of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Colonies

1888 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
to be kept awake by constant shakings. I saw him again an hour afterwards; the drowsiness had passed off; his pupils were normal, pulse 80; he spoke with a husky voice. A little warm milk was given to him, which in a few minutes the stomach rejected. The subsequent treatment consisted merely in the application of a little olive oil to the swollen lips, and the administration of small
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