ON THE DIAGNOSIS OF GASTRIC ULCER

L. HARRISON METTLER
1896 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
severe headache, injection of conjunctiva, lachrymation, the sensation of constriction of the chest which soon passes off, bloody urine, indicanuria, transitory glycosuria, increase of the daily amount of urine, nervousness and disturbed slumber, a rash, and last and most serious and which is nearly always the final and fatal complication, pneumonia. It is especially dangerous to give the drug when there arekidney complications. When there is high temperature it does no good. With the
more » ... With the complication of pneumonia it is absolutely dangerous. Pulmonary
doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430600023002g fatcat:j462jycs5rfdvbws4jn36oo36q