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532 felt unable to retain an enema. One-sixth of a grain of morphia was given hypodermically ; at 9.30 A.M. the wound was dressed and an enema given. The patient had slept four hours during the night; there was no abdominal tenderness ; he felt better, but looked more sallow. Tongue dry, but less furred than it had been. Pulse 96, small and regular; temperature 99°; respiration 24. At 2 30 P.M. seven drachms of warm milk and the yelk of an egg mixed with it were passed into the stomach throughdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)47571-x fatcat:sglqbsqpfndrbdh2ii65jkkdcu