Acetanilidum (Antifebrinum) (Acetan)

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Antifebrinum

Generals: Depresses heart, respiration and blood pressure, lowers temperature. Cyanosis and collapse. Increased susceptibility to cold. Destroys red blood corpuscles; pallor.

Head: Enlarged sensation. Fainting. Moral depravity.

Eyes: Pallor of optic discs, contracted visual field and shrinking retinal vessel; mydriasis.

Heart: Weak, irregular, with blue mucous membranes, albuminuria, oedema of feet and ankles.

Relations:

Compare: AntipyrinumAntipyrin.

Dose: Used as a sedative and antipyretic for various forms of headache and neuralgia in doses of one to three grains. For the homeopathic indications use the third potency.