Loss of consciousness. Coma. Coma, which advances gradually from a condition like natural sleep until the coma is complete.
Giddiness and general debility.
Eyes sunk, with dark areola around them. Injected pupils.
Face pale. Face very red. Lips violet-colored. Blue lips.
Nausea. Sickness and debility. Vomiting and diarrhoea, both of which was difficult and painful. Sensation of weight in epigastrium and in region of temples.
Diffused pains in the abdomen.
Rapid and irregular respiration. Respiration labored. The breathing, if the spasmodic attempts after air that were made by the sufferer can properly be called breathing, seemed to carry no air to the lungs. Immediate asphyxia.
Rapid pulse. Pulse at first weak, afterwards hard and rapid.Pulse irregular. Pulse sometimes manifesting itself in a feeble flutter, and at other times altogether absent.
Blood brownish black. Muscular system flabby and emaciated.Convulsions. Spasms. Tetanus spasms, which are sometimes preceded by delirium, some-times by pains of the stomach, faintness, and difficult breath-ing, and the mouth fills with white froth, whilst the pulse sinks. Tetanus, with delirium, preceded by convulsions or pain, and weakness over the whole body. Trembling.
Sudden weakness. Sudden weakness, and loss of motion and sensation. Extreme exhaustion. Extreme exhaustion and depression.
Cold skin. Skin universally cold, as cold as death itself could make it. Low fever and delirium.