Paulson W. A hundred years ago: Underuse of sublingual medication. Practitioner 2015;259 (1781):35

Underuse of sublingual medication

23 Apr 2015Pais-up subscribers

He believed the patient was dead, for he had ceased to breathe, and no pulsation could be detected. By way of a last chance, I inserted a strychnia and two apomorphia discs under his tongue, and rolled him over on to his left side. Well within a minute he made a valiant effort, and vomited, and finally recovered.

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