This section is from the book "Dental Medicine. A Manual Of Dental Materia Medica And Therapeutics", by Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas. Also available from Amazon: Dental Medicine.
Thirst; dryness of throat; delirium; convulsions; coma and death, resulting from paralysis of the respiratory muscles.
Heat and pain of a burning nature in mouth, and throat, and stomach; nausea; vomiting of bloody mucus; diarrhoea; dysentery; cramps; convulsions; coma and death.
Albumen; milk; white of egg (white of 1 egg to every 4 grs. of corrosive sublimate taken); flour; perchloride of tin; iron and zinc (iron filings 2 parts and zinc I part); emetics; stomach-pump.
Irritation of mucous membrane; burning pain along course of alimentary tract; excessive purging; inflammation of stomach and intestines.
Metallic taste; eructations; violent emesis and purging; cramps in limbs; griping pains; headache; giddiness; convulsions; coma and death, with symptoms of a disordered condition of the nervous system.
Albumen or white of egg; yellow prussiate of potash, or soap.
Nausea; vomiting; purging; feeble or slow and irregular pulse; dilated pupils; excessive debility; stupor; convulsions; coma and death.
Dilated pupils; spasmodic breathing; convulsions; insensibility; fixed eyes; spasmodic closure of jaws; very feeble pulse and speedy death.
Fresh air and artificial respiration, with cold affusion upon head and neck; freshly precipitated oxide of iron, with an alkaline carbonate, such as carbonate of ammonia; chlorine; ammonia by inhalation and injection in vein of leg. 5
A feeling of giddiness, followed by delirium; dilated pupils; fullness about the head; drowsiness; cold perspiration; paralysis; exhaustion; death.
Stomach pump; emetics; stimulants, external and internal; lemon juice; strong coffee.