Pressure beneath Nose, over the termination of the nasal branch of the ophthalmic division of the fifth



Potassium Bromide. In all cases of children and adults

Spasmodic Affections.

Aconite, 3, 4. Externally and internally; it subdues motor spasm, and the spasms of dyspnoea in spasmodic asthma of children Alcohol. In the dyspnoea of fever with caution, and in flatulent distension Ammonia, 3. In syncope, and in the intestinal colic of children Ammoniacum. In hysteria Amyl Nitrite. In spasm of the arterioles Anaesthetics. To reduce muscular spasm Arsenic. Nervine tonic in hysteria, epilepsy, etc. Asafoetida, 4. Carminative, and to relieve functional spasm Atropine, 3, 4. Internally, to relieve spasm of involuntary muscular fibre; hypodermically, local spasm Cajeput, Oil of, 4. In intestinal colic Camphor. Nervine, vaso-motor, respiratory stimulant Cardamoms. Carminative Chamomile, Oil of. Migraine Chloroform. In small doses to co-ordinate; in large doses it paralyses muscular movements Cimicifuga. Congestive dysmenorrhea; and in acute bronchitis Cocaine, 4. Cerebral stimulant Conium, 1. To relieve clonic muscular spasm Copper. Nervine tonic in chorea, etc. Electricity

Ether. Like alcohol and chloroform Gelsemium, 2. In hyperaesthesia and motor excitement Grindelia, 2. In spasm due to respiratory neurosis Hot Sand, 3. Locally, in painful spasm, such as intestinal colic Hyoscyamus, 1, In pain about the bladder Ice, 1. To spine Ipecacuanha, 2. In laryngismus stridulus, in an emetic dose Lactucarium, 4. Cerebral sedative Lead Salts probably have an action on the spinal cord Leeches. By counter-irritation Lobelia. In spasm of the respiratory organs Local Pressure, 1. On a particular point, to be found for each case Lupuline, 2. Cerebral sedative Musk, 4. A mild nervine stimulant Nitro-glycerin, 1. Like Amyl nitrite Nux Vomica. Nervine tonic Opium, 2, 3, 4. Central sedative, both for motor and sensory nerves Oxygen, 1. Heated and mixed with nitrite of amyl in spasmodic asthma Physostigmine. To paralyse muscular fibre Potassium Bromide, 1. Sedative to the central nervous system

Spasmodic Affections.

Poultices, Mustard. Counter-irritant

Silver Nitrate. Tonic in epilepsy and chorea, laryngismus stridulus, etc.

Strychnine. Nervine tonic

Sulpho-carbolates, 3. In flatulent' spasms '

Sumbul. In nervousness and hysterical symptoms, both in men and women

Tobacco, 3. Relieves spasm by its prostrating effect

Valerian, 4, In hysteria

Veratrine. Prolongs the systole of the heart and muscular fibre

Veratrum Viride. Controls and depresses the vaso-motor system

Warmth to abdomen to allay cramp and convert into peristalsis

Zinc Salts. Like copper and silver


Arsenic, 2. In functional impotence; best combined with iron as the arseniate, and with ergot

Belladonna, 2, 3. In relaxation of the genital organs where there is no dream nor orgasm; one-fourth grain of extract, and a grain and a half of zinc sulphate

Bladder to be emptied as soon as patient awakes

Bromide of Potassium, 2. When it is physiological in a plethoric patient, not when genitalia are relaxed

Calomel, 1. Ointment applied to urethra

Camphor Bromide, 2, 4. Or camphor alone; diminishes venereal excitement

Cantharides, 2, 3. In cases of deficient tone either from old age, excess, or abuse; should be combined with iron

Chloral, 4. To arrest nocturnal emissions

Cimicifuga, 2. Where emission takes place on the least excitement

Cold Douching and Sponging, 2

Digitalis, 2, 3. In frequent emissions with languid circulation; with bromide in plethoric subjects


Ergot, 2. Deficient tone in the genital organs

Gold Chloride, 2. To increase venereal desire

Hydrastis, 2. Local application to urethra

Hypophosphites, 3. Nervine tonic

Iron. Where there is anaemia only

Lupulin, 2. Oleoresin, to diminish nocturnal emissions

Nitrate of Silver, 2. Vesication by it of the perineum; and local application to the prostatic portion of the urethra

Nux Vomica, 2. Nervine tonic and stimulant

Phosphorus, 3. In physical and mental debility

Quinine. As a general tonic

Spinal Ice-bag, 3

Sulphur. As a laxative, especially if sequent to rectal or anal trouble

Turpentine, 4. In spermatorrhoea with impotence

Zinc Oxide, 1

Spina Bifida.

Calcium Phosphate

Collodion. As means of compression

Cotton Wool over tumour

Glycerine. Injection after tapping

Iodine. Injections; formula for injection : Iodine, gr.x.; Potassium Iodide,; Glycerin, 3j.

Potassium Iodide

Tapping, followed by compression

Spinal Concussion.


Bleeding. To relieve heart

Lead Water and Opium. As lotion


Vinegar. To restore consciousness

Spinal Congestion.


Antiphlogistic treatment

Cold Affusions. To spine

Ergot, 4. In large doses


Nux Vomica


Wet Cupping

Spinal Irritation.

Aconite Ointment, 3. Locally



Belladonna, 3. Gives way to this more readily than to aconite Blisters. To spine Cimicifuga

Cocculus Indicus. Like strychnine Conium

Counter-irritation Digitalis Electricity, 2, 4. Combined with massage and rest Ergot, 4. In spinal congestion Ignatia Leeches Nux Vomica Opium. In small doses Phosphoric Acid Phosphorus


Potassium Bromide, 2. To lessen activity Sinapis, Linimentum. Counter-irritant

Sodium Hypophosphite

Strychnine. To stimulate the depressed nerve-centres Veratrum Viride

Spinal Paralysis and Softening.

Argentic Nitrate, 4. In chronic inflammation of the cord or meninges Belladonna, 3. In chronic inflammatory conditions Cod-Liver Oil, 2. As a general nutrient Electricity, 2, 3. Combined with massage and rest Ergot, 4. In hyperaemia of the cord Hyoscyamus, 2, 3. In paralysis agitans to control tremors Iodide of Potassium, 2. In syphilitic history Mercury. Temporarily cures in chronic inflammation of the cord and meninges Phosphorus, 2. As a nervine tonic Physostigma, 2, 3. In a few cases of progressive paralysis of the insane, in old-standing hemiplegia, in paraplegia due to myelitis, and in progressive muscular atrophy it has done good service Picrotoxin, 2. Spinal stimulant after febrile symptoms have passed off Strychnine, 2, 3, 4. Like picrotoxin