Hydrophobia and Its Treatment

1848 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
men, the persevering vomiting of faecal matter, a small and frequent pulse, great restlessness, and prostration consequent upon free bloodletting, the tobacco glyster, and the other means which had been employed for relief before my arrival, offered an uncertain prospect for ultimate success.
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