Diarrhoea from irritation or ulceration of the intestinal coats, as in typhoid fever, tuberculosis or cholera infantum. Ulcer of the stomach. Gastritis of drunkards. Catarrhal gastritis with vomiting and pain. Gangrenous stomatitis. Disintegration of mucous membrane of the palate. Eczema.
Inflammation of the mouth, with tendency to gangrene.1. Pain in the stomach. Catarrh of the stomach and intestines with diarrhoea.2.
Bismuthi subnitras, I grain to one teaspoonful.
One to four grains are usually given to infants, and from five to fifteen grains to adults.
Gastric catarrh from mechanical or chemical irritation. Feverish condition, coated tongue.2.
Diarrhoea from irritation or from ulceration of the intestinal coats.2. (Thirty to sixty grains in milk may be given hourly).
Typhoid fever to control excessive diarrhoea.2
Diarrhoea in advanced tuberculosis.2.
Cholera infantum after irritant has been removed.2.
Chronic dysentery.2. (Enemas of bismuth suspended in mucilage).
Simple or malignant ulcer of the stomach.2.
Vomiting of pregnancy, the stomach irritable and inflamed.2.
Vomiting and pain due to gastric irritation.2. Chronic gastritis irritation and distention of the abdomen.2.
Gastralgia with gastric irritation and catarrh.2.
Gangrenous stomatitis.1. (Apply freely).
Disintegration of mucous membrane of palate.1. (Use in powder blower). Eczema. (Protective and antiseptic).