Morphine and Atropine. Hypodermically very useful, 1/6-1/4 gr. morphine with 1/100 gr. of atropine

Opium. The same as morphine

Poultices. Warm, to the hypogastrium relieve

Quinine. 5-10 gr. night and morning, with neuralgic after-pains which do not yield to opiates


Aconite, 1, 2. To lower a high temperature; and in the onset of acute nephritis in scarlet fever Alcohol, 1. Hurtful in acute stage; useful when a slight trace of albumen is persistent Alkaline Diuretics, 1. To prevent formation of fibrinous plugs in the renal tubules Aqua Calcis, 1. In large doses has been found to increase the urine, and decrease the albumen Arsenic, 1,2. Beneficial in very chronic cases.

Albumen will return if the use of the drug be stopped Baths, 1, 3. Warm water and hot air and

Turkish, to increase action of skin after dropsy or uraemic symptoms have appeared Belladonna, 1. Has been used to diminish the chronic inflammatory condition left by an acute attack Broom. As diuretic in chronic renal disease Caffeine, 4. To increase secretion of solids, especially in cases dependent on cardiac disease. Should be combined with digitalis.


Very useful in chronic Bright's disease; should be used with great caution in the acute stage

Cannabis Indica. As diuretic in haematuria

Cantharis, 1, 3. m.j. of tincture every 3 hours, when acute stage has passed off, to stop haema-turia

Chimaphila. As a diuretic

Cod-Liver Oil. As a tonic

Copaiba, 3. To remove ascites and albuminuria dependent on cardiac or chronic Bright's disease, and in some cases of haematuria

Counter-irritation. Dry cupping most useful when tendency to uraemia

Croton Oil, 1. As liniment to the loins in chronic cases is sometimes useful

Digitalis, 2, 3. The infusion is the most valuable in acute tubal nephritis, and in renal disease attended with dropsy due to cardiac disease. Must be given with caution in granular kidney

Elaterium, 1, 3. As hydragogue cathartic for dropsy; and when uraemic symptoms have come on

Eucalyptus, 2. Cautiously for a short time in chronic disease

Fuchsin, 1. In gr. j. to gr. iij. doses in the day, in albuminuria of children of renal origin

Gallic Acid, 2, 4. Lessens albumen and hae-maturia

Gold, Chloride of, 2, in contracted kidney, in the chronic disease in doses of 1/20 gr.

Hydrastis. Lessens albumen

Incisions, 3. Over the malleoli, to relieve the anasarca of the lower extremities

Iron, 1, 2, 3. To diminish anaemia with a flabby tongue, give the persalts. In dropsy, associated with high tension, iron must be cautiously given, and withheld unless improvement is quickly shown. It always does harm if allowed to constipate

Jaborandi. In uraemia and dropsy due either to renal disease or occurring in pregnancy

Juniper, Oil of. Diuretic

Lead, 3. Lessens albumen and increases the urine

Milk Cure. Pure skim-milk diet sometime3 very useful when tendency to uraemia; it also lessens the albumen

Nitroglycerin, 1, 2. In acute and chronic albuminuria

Nitrous Ether, 2. As diuretic

Oxygen. Condensed, will, on inhalation, temporarily diminish albumen

Potassium Salts. Especially the iodide and vegetable salts in syphilitic or amyloid disease

Potassium Bitartrate, 1, 3, 4. As hydragogue cathartic and diuretic

Potassium Bromide. In uraemic convulsions

Tartrates. As diuretics

Turpentine. As diuretic, m ss.-j. dose every 2 to 4 hours

Water. In large draughts as diuretic when excretion of solids is deficient; and in dropsy.


Actaea Racemosa, 2, 3. In irritative dyspepsia

Ammonia. Aromatic spirits of, as substitute for alcohol, to be taken when the craving comes on.

Arsenic, 3. To lessen vomiting in drunkards, in the morning before food is taken; and also in the irritable stomach of drunkards

Blsmuth, 2, 3. With hydrocyanic acid, to relieve acidity and heartburn

Bromides, 2, 3. Useful during delirium tremens, or to lessen irritability, in 3j. doses, in the wakeful condition which immediately precedes it


Capsicum, 2, 3. As substitute for alcohol, and also to relieve the restlessness and insomnia

Chloral, 2. To quiet nervous system and induce sleep in an acute attack. Must be used with caution in old drunkards

Cocaine, 3. To remove the craving

Faradization, 1

Gelesemium, 2. Same as bromides

Lupuline, 2. Along with capsicum as substitute for alcohol, also to quiet nervous system in delirium tremens

Milk, 1. At night

Nux Vomica. As tonic and stimulant, both to nervous system and generally to aid digestion

Opium, 2, 3. May be necessary to produce sleep; to relieve the pain of the chronic gastritis and the want of appetite

Orange. Slowly sucked, a substitute for alcohol

Phosphorus, 3. In chronic cases as nervine tonic

Picrotoxine, 2. For tremors

Quinine. In the ' horrors' stage it acts as a sedative to the brain and restores the digestive functions

Sumbul. In the headache of old drinkers

Water, Cold. A glass taken in small sips at a time, as substitute for alcohol

Water, Hot. 1 pt. drunk as hot as possible an hour before meals will remove craving

Zinc Oxide. In chronic alcoholic dyspepsia, and nervous debility. It also allays the craving.


Ammonia. Very useful - R 01. amygd. dul., Liq. ammoniae āāf. 3j. Spt. rosmarini, Aquae, Mellis āā f. 3iij- mm. fl. lotio (E. Wilson).

Antimonium Tartaratum, 1. As lotion, gr. j., aquae 3j.

Arsenic. Internally

Cantharides Tincture, 1. One part to eight of castor oil rubbed in roots of hair morning and night

Carbolic Acid, 1. In Alopecia areata

Glycerine, 883. Very useful; either alone or in combination appears greatly to assist

Nitric Acid. With olive oil, in sufficient quantity just to make it pungent