NOISES IN THE EARS AND HEAD.-This is a frequent symptom of many disease. It occurs in bloodlessness, in weak heart, in diseases of the ears, and is often a purely nervous affection which cannot be traced to any definite cause. It is often accompanied by giddiness. It is a frequent result of overdosing with quinine and the numerous preparations of Salicylic acid and its derivatives.
General Treatment.-When the cause is known this must be attended to. The general health in all cases must be sustained. Medicines.-(Every four hours.)
-This is the chief medicine, and will relieve a large number of cases.
-When the hearing is better whilst riding in a carriage.
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-In cases caused by drugs.