Carbolic Acid, 1, 2, 3. As application or injection into tumour to lessen pain, retard growth, and diminish foetor

Carbonic Acid, 1, 3. To relieve pain in uterine cancer Caustic Alkalies, 1. In strong solution dissolve the cells.

Charcoal Poultices. To relieve pain and foetor

Chian Turpentine, 1. Benefits cases according to the experience of some - of others, it is useless

Chloral Hydrate, 3, 4. To lessen pain

Chloroform. Vapour as local application to ulcerated cancer

Chromic Acid, 2. As caustic

Citric Acid. As lotion to allay pain, 1 in 60

Codeine, 1. As a sedative in cases of abdominal tumour

Cod-Liver Oil, I. In cachexia

Coffee, 1. Disinfectant, applied as fine powder

Conium, 2, 3, 4. As poultices to relieve pain. Used internally also

Gas Cautery, 1. A form of actual cau-tery

Glycerine of Carbolic Acid, 3. Same as Carbolic Acid

Glycerine of Tannin, 3. Mixed with iodine, to check discharge and remove smell in uterine cancer

Haematoxylin Extract, 1. To a fungating growth

Hydrastis, 1, 2. Palliative application

Hyoscyamus. Bruised leaves locally applied

Iodoform, 1, 2, 3. Locally, to lessen pain and foetor

Iron and Manganese. Internally as tonics

Lime, 1. As caustic

Opium, 3. Locally and generally, to relieve pain

Papain. As local application or injection

Pepsin. As injection into tumour

Potassium Chlorate, 2. Allays the pain and removes the foetor

Potassa Fusa, 2. As escharotic

Poultices. To relieve pain

Salicylic Acid. Locally applied as powder or saturated solution

Sodium Ethylate, 1. A powerful caustic

Stramonium, 1. Ointment to relieve pain

Terebene, 1. Disinfectant dressing

Vienna Paste

Warm Enemata, 3. To lessen pain in cancer of rectum

Zinc Chloride, 2. As caustic

Zinc Sulphate, 2. As caustic

Cancrum Oris.

Arsenic. Internally Nitric Acid. Undiluted as local caustic Potassium Chlorate, 1. Internally in stomatitis; useless in noma Quinine. As syrup or enema

Carbuncle.

Alcohol. As needed

Ammonium Carbonate. Combined with bark, after a free purge Arnica, 3. Fresh extract spread on adhesive plaster and strapped; internal administration is also beneficial Belladonna Extract. With glycerine, as local anodyne Blister, 1. To cover area, with a hole in the centre to allow discharge Boric Acid, 1. As dressing Butyl-Chloral Hydrate, 1. To lessen the pain of facial carbuncle Calcium Sulphide. 1/10 gr. hourly useful Carbolic Acid. As wash and injection after spontaneous discharge, or on lint after opening Collodion. Round base, leaving opening in centre Ether, 1. Sprayed on for a little time will cause an eschar to separate Hydrargyri, Unguentum, 1. Early application will abort sometimes Iodine. Locally, to lessen pain and inflammation, should be applied around the base Iodoform. Useful local antiseptic dressing Opium. Locally, mixed with glycerine Potassium Chlorate and Mineral Acids, 1.

Internally administered Potassium Permanganate, 1. Antiseptic lotion Poultices. To relieve pain Strapping. Concentrically, leaving centre free, lessens pain Terebene, or Turpentine. Antiseptic application

Caries.

Calcium Carbonate

Calcium Chloride

Carbolic Acid, 1. As a disinfectant lotion; often heals under this treatment

Cod-Liver Oil

Cold. In syphiloma of bone

Iodine, 1. Locally and internally

Phosphates of Calcium and Iron. Useful

Phosphoric Acid. Diluted, 1 in 8 of water, locally

Phosphorus

Potassium Carbonate, 1. Concentrated solution locally applied

Potassa Fusa, 1. To carious bone to remove disorganised portion

Potassium Iodide. In syphilitic cases

Sarsaparilla

Sulphuric Acid, 1. Injection (one of strong acid to two of water) into carious joints, and locally to carious or necrosed bone. To be useful the disease must be superficial.

Villate's Solution - Cupri sulph., Zinc. sulph. aa partes xv., Liq. plumb, subacetat. part, xxx., Acid acet. part, cc, as injection into a sinus

Catalepsy.

Chloroform, 1. Inhaled Sternutatories

Turpentine. As enemata and embrocations to spine during paroxysms

Cataract.

Codeine. In diabetic cases

Diet and Regimen. Nutritious in senile cases.

Sugar and starch to be avoided in diabetic cases Galvanism. In early stage Mydriatics. To dilate pupil as a means of diagnosis Phosphorated Oil, 1. Instilled into the eye will lead to absorption if borne

Catarrh, Acute Nasal.

Aconite, 3. Internally at commencement, especially in children

Aconite and Belladonna, 2. In sore-throat and cold with profuse watery secretion, one drop of tinct. of aconite to two of belladonna every hour

Aconite Liniment. To outside of nose in paroxysmal sneezing and coryza

Ammonia, 2. As inhalation in early stage, while discharge is serous

Ammonium Chloride, 4. In the catarrh of young children

Ammonium Iodide, 2. 1 gr. every two hours

Argenti Nitras, 1. Injection of a solution of gr. x. to 3j.

Arsenic. Internally, or as cigarettes in paroxysm and chronic cases; valuable in cases which exactly simulate hay fever

Baths. Hot foot-bath. Turkish, at commencement; cold bath is prophylactic

Belladonna, 2. 5 m. of tinct., and afterwards one or two doses every hour until the throat is dry in acute nasal catarrh, with profuse watery secretion, and in ordinary sore-throat

Benzoic Acid, 1. In ordinary catarrh, for its stimulant effects

Bismuth, as Ferrier's Snuff - Bismuth subnit. ij., Acaciae pulv. 5ij., Morph. hydrochlor. gr. ij.

Camphor. As inhalation

Cabbolic Acid. As inhalation, or much diluted as spray. As gargle, 1 in 100, when catarrh tends to spread from nose into throat and chest, or to ascend from throat into nose

Cimicifuga, 2. In coryza accompanied by rheumatic or neuralgic pains in head and face