A CASE OF POISONING BY ACONITE LINIMENT

CecilA. Corke
1882 The Lancet  
985 two months the wound had cicatrised, and the patient retained a useful arm. CASE 2. Treated by antiseptics.—This case occurred in South Australia, in the year 1873, at the Moonta copper mines, to which place I had, in the meantime, removed, and where accidents were of daily occurrence. In the Australian colonies, from the excessive heat during the summer months, compound fractures are more dangerous to life, and more liable to perverted action of the capillary system than in this country.
more » ... in this country. The patient was a boy, aged fifteen years, employed during the night shift about the crushing machine.
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