Carboneum Hydrogenisatum - Appendix symptoms - T.F. AllenCarburetted Hydrogen Carb-h.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carboneum Hydrogenisatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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; this latter gas is of complex and somewhat variable composition, containing marsh gas, olefiant gas, hydrogen, Carboneum Oxygenisatum carbonous oxide, nitrogen, vapors of volatile hydrocarbons, and vapor of carbonic sulphide; it thus occupies a position between Carboneum Oxygenisatum carbonous oxide and carbonic sulphide; the cases here collected possess sufficient interest to justify their insertion, though obtained from such a variable source. 1, Sir H. Davy, from Paris's Life of Davy (Lond. Med. Gaz., 7, 563), inhaled the pure gas from a bag; 2, Sedillot, Gaz. de Strast., 1845 (S. J. Suppl., vol. 4), poisoning by illuminating gas; 3, Seitz, Deutsch. Kl., 1852 (S. J., 76, p. 187), ibid.; 4, Gaertner, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1853 (S. J., 79, p. 288), ibid.; 5, Cless, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1854 (S. J., 86, p. 34), ibid.; 6, Jaushet, L'Union, 1857 (S. J., 95, p. 76), suffocated by coal damp; 7, Otho, Gaz. Sarda., 1858 (S. J., 98, 171), poisoning by illuminating gas; 8, Leopold, V. f. Geranium Maculatum Ger. Med., 1858 (S. J., 100, 293), ibid.; 9, Mayer, Om. Schr. f. Geburt, 1858 (S. J., 104, 189), poisoning of two pregnant women by illuminating gas; 10, Schumacher, Henke Zeit., 1862 (S. J., 113, p. 292), poisoning by il luminating gas; 11, Sieveking, Lancet, 1869, ibid.; 12, Wallichs, Deutsche Klin., 1869 (S. J., 151, 273), ibid.; 13, De Chaumont, Lancet, 1873, poisoning by coal gas; 14, William Taylor, M.D., Monograph on poisoning by coal gas, Edinb., 1874; 15, Tourdes (six cases, five fatal) from Taylor's work; 16, Maclagan, cases from Taylor's work.≡ more ...