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Stedman's Shorter Medical Dictionary

Poisons & Antidotes
by T. L. Stedman, M.D., Wilcox & Follett Co., 1942

Symptoms: Burning pain in mouth, throat, and stomach; intense thirst, difficulty in deglutition; vomiting; strangury and passage of bloody urine; rapid pulse, dyspnea; pupils dilated; headache, vertigo, delirium.

Treatment: Lavage or emesis by apomorphine; saline purgatives; morphine; mucilaginous drinks; no oil.

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