Asapcetida. Like Ammoniacum

Belladonna, 1. In acute bronchitis of children, to stimulate respiratory centre

Benzoin and Benzoic Acid, 3. 3j. inhaled from hot water eases cough and lessens expectoration

Bleeding, 1. From the superficial jugular veins in severe pulmonary engorgement

Chloral Hydrate, 1, 4. To be used with caution to allay pain

Cod-Liver Oil, 1. Relieves

Colchicum. In gouty cases

Copaiba, 4. In advanced stage of disease

Counter-irritants, 3. Dry-cupping most efficient in acute cases; mustard leaves; mustard poultices

Croton Oil, 3. As liniment; vesication must not be produced

Cubebs. When secretion copious

Demulcents, 4. Liquorice, linseed

Eucalyptus, 1, 4. As liniment combined with Belladonna in the early stage. Internally in the late stage

Garlic, Oil of, 4. In the acute bronchitis of children

Ipecacuanha, 1, 2, 3,4. When expectoration scanty, dryness in chest, ipecacuanha in large doses; also when expectoration has become more abundant, but difficult to expel

Jalap, 3. With Bitartrate of Potassium instead of bleeding in engorgement of the right side of the heart

Lead, 3. In profuse discharge

Lobelia, 2, 3, 4. When cough is paroxysmal and there is much expectoration slightly nauseant expectorants are good, combined with opium

Mercury, 1. In some cases useful where there is much congestion and little secretion

Morphine, 2. 1/2-gr. combined with quinine (gr. x.) will abort the attack if given early enough

Muscarine, 2. In doses of 1/8 gr. at the commencement of the attack; well combined with digitalis

Mustard, 3. Poultice in acute bronchitis of children and adults

Nitric Acid. When expectoration free and too copious

Opium. As Dover's powder to cut short attack, and along with expectorants to lessen cough

Pilocarpine, 2. With abundant exudation

Potassium Chlorate. 1. First increases the fluidity of the expectoration, then diminishes it in quantity, increasing the feeling of relief

Bronchitis, Acute.

Poultices, 3. In children to encircle the whole chest

Quinine, 3. To reduce temperature

Sanguinaria, 2, 4. After acute symptoms have subsided

Senega, 4. In the advanced stage of acute disorder

Squills, Sypup of, 2, 4. Combined with Tinct.. Camphorae Co. after acute stage is over

Tartar Emetic, 2, 3, 4. In dry stage to promote secretion; most useful in the first stage

Turpentine, 3, 4. When expectoration very profuse; also as inhalation or stupes

Bronchitis, Capillary.

Alum, 2. As a nauseating expectorant and emetic

Ammonium Carbonate. Much fluid or viscid expectoration and lividity commencing. Also as an emetic

Ammonium Chloride, 2, 3. To promote secretion

Ammonium Iodide. In small rapid doses relieves much

Apomorphine, 2. To produce a plentiful fluid secretion; also as nauseant expectorant

Camphor, 2. As expectorant and stimulant

Cupping. Four to six dry cups over the back often give very great relief, and if the pulmonary congestion appears very great wet cups should be placed instead, and 8-10 oz. of blood withdrawn from adult

Ethyl Iodide, 2. As an inhalation

Iodides, 2. Are very serviceable to diminish viscidity of expectoration if given in very low doses

Ipecacuanha. As expectorant and emetic

Mustard. As poultices

Pilocarplne, 2. In abundant non-purulent exudation; not to be used in dilatation of veins and right side of the heart

Poultices. Over whole chest

Serpentaria. In children as a stimulant expectorant

Subsulphate of Mercury, 2. As nauseant expectorant and emetic

Turpentine, 2. In languid circulation in the capillaries

Bronchitis, Chronic

Acids, 3. To diminish a chronic copious expectoration

Actaea Racemosa, 1. Sometimes relieves the hacking cough

Alum, 1. In children with copious expectoration in doses of gr. iij.

Ammonia. When there is difficulty in bringing up expectoration

Ammoniacum. Very useful, especially in elderly people

Ammonium Chloride, 2, 3, 4. To render the secretion less viscid

Antimony. When secretion scanty

Arsenic, 3, 4. In emphysema and asthmatic attack as cigarettes, where there is much wheezing and little bronchitis following the sudden disappearance of eczematous rash

Asapoetida. Like Ammoniacum

Balsam of Peru, 3. When expectoration copious

Balsam of Tolu, 3. The same

Belladonna, 1. To children choked with secretion give mj. of tincture every hour to stimulate respiratory centre. It also lessens the secretion

Benzoin, 3. As inhalation or as spray

Burgundy Pitch, 4. Emplastrum in chronic bronchitis

Bronchitis, Chronic.


Cannabis Indica, 1. In very chronic cases Carbolic Acid. As inhalation or as spray Carbonic Acid Gas, 1. Inhaled Chamois-Leather Waistcoat, 3. Cheken, 1. The fluid extract renders expectoration easier, and paroxysms less frequent Chloral Hydrate, 1. A solution of gr. x. to

3j. used as a spray to allay cough Codeine. In place of opium when the latter disagrees Cod-Liver Oil. One of the most useful of all remedies Colchicum. In acute cases Conium, 1. The vapour to relieve cough Copaiba. Like Balsam of Peru Creasote, 1. Inhaled to allay cough Crude Petroleum, 1. In capsules or pills in chronic bronchitis Cubebs, 2, 4. Like Copaiba Digitalis. Where heart is feeble, especially in the aged Emetics

Eucalyptus. Stimulant expectorant Galbanum, 3. Like Ammoniacum Gallic Acid. With profuse discharge Grindelia, 2. Expectorant when the cough is troublesome Hydrastis. In chronic coryza Iodides 2, and Iodine, 3. As inhalation or liniment to chest, to lessen expectoration in chronic bronchitis; in the hoarse hollow cough of infants after measles Ipecacuanha, 1, 3. Wine as spray, with much expectoration; in emetic doses in children where the bronchioles are blocked up with mucus Iron. When expectoration is profuse Koumiss-Cure, 2. Sometimes very useful Lobelia, 3. When there is spasmodic dyspnoea Mercury, 1. To diminish congestion Morphine, 1, 2. To quiet cough, in small doses Nitric Acid, 1. In mixtures to remedy the effect on digestion produced by sedatives like opium Opium. To lessen secretion and cough Phosphates, 3. In very chronic cases Physostigma, 4. In chronic cases with great dyspnoea Plumbic Acetate, 1. In profuse secretion Potassium Iodide, 1. In combination with