This section is from the book "Materia Medica And Therapeutics Inorganic Substances", by Charles D. F. Phillips. Also available from Amazon: Materia medica and therapeutics.
In hemorrhage of different kinds, usually passive in character, the chloride is praised by Copland, who gave it with hydrochloric acid. It is not much used, but Warburton Begbie has seen good results from doses of 20 gr. in haematuria: in the illustrative case recorded by him, there was no definite cause for the malady (Lancet, ii., 1875).