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Phosphorus - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph, Phos.

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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Phosphorus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Constantly rubbing the breast and region of the stomach, during spells of unconsciousness (sixth day),

Glandular swellings under the arms,

Percussion brought forth a clear tone in the middle of the right side of the thorax; auscultation revealed diffused mucous râles, with pectoriloquy,

In some cases, especially in those of a scrofulous tendency, tubercles of the lungs develop, with hectic fever, in addition to the necrosis of the jaw,

The respiratory organs become rapidly involved, and the lungs rapidly suppurated, with formation of cavities and purulent, exudation into the cavity of the thorax, with infiltration of the mesenteric glands, tubercular ulcers in the intestines, etc.,

Considerable irritation was felt about the lungs (after a few minutes),

Severe pain in the posterior part of the left lung, sometimes aggravated upon inspiration, sometimes not (third day),

Frequent sharp pains, as though a knife were thrust into the lungs (after two days); no pain (sixth day),

Frequent stitches through the lungs, especially on deep inspiration (fourth day),

Contraction of the whole lung,

Lungs felt clogged; dyspnoea troublesome,

Sensation of heat in the lungs (after first dose, second day),

Raw feeling of the lungs, particularly the left one (after one hour and a half),

Cannot fill my lungs as usual (worse on left side),

Weakness of the chest,

Weakness of the chest for several days, and a feeling as if she would discover pain in it,

Towards 6 P.M., very weak feeling in the chest, slight pains in different parts of the chest, and disagreeable cough, lasting until after retiring,

Heat in the chest,

Glowing sensation throughout the chest and epigastrium (after second dose, third day),

Rush of blood to the chest,

Rush of blood to the chest on every emotion, with a cramplike drawing between the scapulae,

Rush of blood to the chest and head (after forty-eight hours),

Trembling of the chest and hands, as if he had drank too much coffee,

Oppression of the chest, in the morning, in bed, lasting half an hour,

Oppression of the chest, after walking in the open air, at night, so that she could not perfectly yawn,

Oppression of the chest, as if very hot blood surged up to the throat, in the morning (after thirteen days),

Oppression of the chest, in the morning, with palpitation and nausea, lasting an hour,

An anxious oppression of the chest,

Frequent oppression of the chest, with nausea,

Frequent oppression of the chest,

Oppression of the chest, with anxiety, after dinner,

Oppression of the chest, worse while sitting, relieved by eructations (after twenty-two days),

Transient oppression of the chest,

Slight oppression of the chest,

Sensation of great distress in the chest (fifth day),

Distressing anxiety and pressure in the chest, amounting to real suffocation, so that deep inspiration was difficult but not impossible, with burning and sticking pains behind the sternum,

Anxiety in the chest, with throbbing in the lower portion of the right side of the chest,

Anxiety in the chest, in the evening,

Heaviness of the chest, as if a weight were lying upon it,

Sensation of heaviness in the chest on inspiration, while walking, immediately after dinner,

Tightness of the chest, as from rush of blood, especially in the morning, on waking,

Tightness of upper part of chest (after several days),

Tightness of the chest (after thirteen days),

Tightness about the chest, as if the air was forcibly kept out,

Tightness of the chest (fifth day),

Tightness of the chest and pit of the stomach (first day),

At 5 P.M., feeling of fulness about chest,

Tension and dryness in the chest,

Tension on the chest, without dyspnoea,

Sensation as if the clothes were too tight about the chest,

Tight tensive sensation on the chest,

The chest is constantly tense, as if a band were about it,

Tight tensive sensation behind the chest,

A feeling of constriction about the chest began to be troublesome (after two days),

Constrictive pinching sensation very high up in the chest,

Spasmodic contraction in the chest,

Pressure upon the lower portion of the chest,

Pressure in the upper part of the chest, drawing downward, followed by empty eructations,

Contractive pressure in the upper part of the left chest,

Contraction in the chest, with pressure or pinching in the upper abdomen,

Violent burning pain in the lower portion of the chest (oesophagus), stomach, and through the whole abdomen,

Pleuritic pains through the thorax, extending into the throat and down the right arm,

Darting pains in the chest (third day); pains in breast intolerable (fourth day),

Severe pains in his chest,

Pains in the chest,

Pain and tightness in the chest (third day),

Pain in the chest, especially on inspiration,

Fugitive pains in both thorax and abdomen (after second dose, second day),

(Three months have elapsed since the proving, and I have been uncommonly free from fugitive thoracic pains, which have generally annoyed me withapprehension of a tubercular diathesis),

Bruised pain in the upper part of the chest, on motion, stooping, and touch,

Sore pain in the clavicle, when touched and when not,

Soreness on pressure, on both sides, under the short ribs,

Rawness in the chest (after twenty-four hours),

A feeling in the chest and abdomen as if everything would sink together,

Catarrhal coating of the chest, in the morning,

Violent aching in the pectoralis major muscle,

Cramp in the chest, at night; he thinks he will suffocate,

Cramp in the chest that constricts it, several evenings in succession,

Cramp in the chest, after riding in a carriage, toward evening,

Drawing cutting beneath the short ribs, while walking,

Stitches and sticking in various parts of the chest, especially while sitting, at times with burning,

Painful dull stitches beneath the left breast, deep internally, on rising from a seat,

A stitch in the right clavicle, at the shoulder,

Stitches in the chest and back, and also in the right arm, on motion, especially at night, in bed (after eleven days),

Transient stitches in the upper part of the chest, at the origin of the neck,

Sensation of dryness in the chest,

Itching, internally, in the chest,

Itching in the chest (trachea), and beneath the pit of the throat, with dry cough, that does not relieve it,

Front and Sides.

Intense sensation of heat behind the sternum,

Burning sensation on the lower end of the sternum, extending towards the left clavicle, after dinner,

Acute pain behind the sternum and in the epigastric region (first day),

Great pain behind the sternum, extending into the stomach (after one day),

Pressive pain below the middle and somewhat to the right of the sternum, with slight oppression of the chest, relieved by eructations (first day),

Drawing-pressive pain in the left side of the thorax and abdomen, relieved by rubbing with the hands, and disappearing after eructations of wind and emission of flatus, disturbing sleep, towards morning,

Dull pressure upon the right ribs, with dulness of the head, mostly in the parietal portion,

Pressive sensation beneath the short ribs of the right side,

Three females in Charity Hospital (doses 1/50th to 1/33d) complained of pain in the left side; upon examination we found distinct pleuritic friction, without present or subsequent serous effusion,

Dull pain, like rheumatism, in the left thorax,

Pain in the right side of the chest, as if the skin were raised up with a needle,

Short sticking pain in the right side of the chest,

Shooting pains in the right side of the chest (after first dose, second day),

A stitching pain on the right side, under the false ribs, when riding horseback,

Violent stitches in both sides of the chest, during rest and motion,

Stitches in the left side, beneath the ribs, lasting five days,

Dull stitches in the left side of the chest, relieved by deep inspiration,

Chest symptoms are worse on the left side,


Anxious feeling beneath the left breast, with bitter eructations, every day,

Burning and pinching, externally, beneath the right breast, with mounting of heat into the head,

During the day, three or four attacks of violent cramp pain in the breast, high up under the sternum, lasting from fifteen to thirty seconds, and disappearing, with flatulent eructations (fourth day),

Pain in the fleshy part of the right breast, as if a gland were violently pressed,

Pain half an inch below nipple, shooting like electricity, lasting three-quarters of an hour,

At 3.30 P.M., pain from left nipple to right nipple, from right nipple to right shoulder, thence down to little finger on right side,

Stitches in the mammary glands,

Stitches beneath the left breast, with much anxiety,

Around armpit

Pain, as if bruised, behind the right breast, beneath the axilla, on pressure,


Beating, as from a finger, on the right side of the chest, while sitting,


Pulse 88, weak,

Pulse thready and easily compressed, in the eldest girl 135, in the younger 98,


Percussion over the lower portion of the thorax was dull on the right side, with indistinct bronchial respiration and numerous râles, partly dry, partly moist; on the left side vesicular murmurs and some moist bronchial râles,

Soreness of the lungs greatly increased; find great difficulty in taking a full breath (after seven hours),

Oppression of the lower portion of the chest, with shortness of breath, in the evening,

Oppression of the chest, above the ensiform cartilage, with tightness of breath, always on stooping, always relieved by becoming erect, in the evening,

Anxiety in the chest, with want of breath,

Anxiety and heaviness in the chest, as if compressed, with arrest of breathing,

Feeling of constriction in the chest, with painful, difficult breathing, in the morning,

Pressure in the chest, so that he could not breathe easily (immediately,)

Pressure upon the chest and short breathing, after eating,

Pain in lower part of the chest, when drawing a long breath,

Stitches in the chest, externally, without affecting respiration,

Stitches, as with knives, in the middle of the sternum, extending to the right scapula, from morning till evening, somewhat relieved during breakfast; so violent that they took away his breath, aggravated by inspiration, relieved by motion (fourth day),

Acute pain in the left side, when taking breath, increased by a full respiration (after one hour and a half),

Stitches in the left side of the chest, on breathing,

Stitches in the right side of the chest, on breathing,

Sensation of pressure above the heart, extending to the region of the thyroid gland, as from incarcerated flatus, with frequent need of taking a deep breath, and slight attacks of nausea (after five minutes),

Face natural in color, with rapid pulse and oppression of breathing,

Pulse 84, small and weak, with respiration of 16, temperature 37.7° (after fifty-one hours),

Breathing rather hurried,

Respiration slow and easy (after seven days),

Respirations slow,

Shortness of breath and vertigo,

Respiration always very short after coughing,

Short respiration,

Tightness of breath after the slightest food,

Breathing short and attended by a violent pressive kind of pain in upper part of sternum, for a minute or so, at intervals of two to three days,

Respiration 40, interrupted by attacks of dyspnoea (third day),

Respiration 40, deep, associated with contraction of the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscles, at times stertorous (fourth day),

Vesicular respiratory murmurs, with sonorous, almost tympanitic percussion,

Slight crackling could be heard at the end of each inspiration at the base of the right lung old pleuritic adhesion), (fifth day),

Moist râles, with very weak vesicular respiration (fourth day),

Mucous râles were easily distinguishable in different portions of both lungs, but more noticeable in the lower lobes (sixth day),

He could breathe only with a loud rattling noise,

Respiration became like a suppurating bronchitis,

Gasping on ascending a hill,

Respiration anxious, panting, oppressed (second day),

Anxious, short, and hurried respiration, with elevation of the whole thorax, and especially of the left side,

Anxious respiration while reflecting,

Respiration anxious, frequent (third day),

Respiration very labored (second day),

Disposition to take deep inspiration, with discomfort on doing so (after first dose, second day),

Inclination to take a deep breath,

Respiration deep and difficult (fourth day),

Respiration deep (fifth day),

Respiration difficult and irregular (third day),

Difficult and quickened respiration,

Respiration a little difficult (eighth day),

Respiration difficult, though auscultation revealed no râles (after three days and a half),

Respiration difficult (seventh day),

Difficult respiration, in the evening, in bed (after three days),

Difficult respiration on account of tension in the pit of the stomach,

Great difficulty of breathing,

Respiration superficial, 36 (second day),

Respiration is impeded by rapid walking (after a few hours),

Respiration impeded from fulness of the abdomen, in the forenoon, in all positions,

Oppression of breath, with chilliness and violent headache, so that he could scarcely collect his senses (after an hour),

Oppression of breath (first day),

Respiration very much oppressed, breathing very short,

Patient complained of want of air, though she frequently took a deep breath,

Sense of suffocation and involuntary passages on the least motion,

Feeling of suffocation,

Dyspnoea and extreme prostration,

Dyspnoea (tenth day),

Dyspnoea, with transient nausea,

Dyspnoea on taking a deep breath,

Dyspnoea, with at times pain or a small stitch in the right side of the chest, above the heart, without cough, never observed while walking, but after sitting a long time,

Great dyspnoea,

Larynx and Trachea.


Rawness in the larynx and trachea, with frequent hacking cough and hawking,

For two years and a half, farther than the laryngeal irritation produced by the acrid fumes, he suffered but little,

Very considerable mucous accumulation in the trachea, with some hoarseness (fourth day),

After waking at night, a feeling of contraction in the larynx and trachea, as though he must suffocate,

Irritability in the lower portion of the trachea, with suffocative pressure in the upper part of the chest,

Tickling in the trachea woke her two nights in succession, about midnight, and caused a dry cough,


Roughness of the voice (third week),

Voice somewhat husky,

Broken voice, when attempting to sing high,


Hoarseness; the larynx seems coated; is unable to speak a loud word,

So hoarse that he could hardly speak above a whisper (after a few hours),

Hoarseness, in the morning,

Hoarseness, with a rough voice, for several days,

Voice nearly lost, with great prostration; it was exceedingly difficult to answer questions, though the intellect was not at all impaired (second day),

Cough and Expectoration.

Violent cough, with expectoration of mucus, woke her about 2 A.M.,

Frequent cough, with much expectoration, even at night,

Constant cough, with expectoration of mucus, with tensive pain in the chest,

Spasmodic cough, with oppression of chest, and some expectoration of mucus (after eight days),

Cough hollow, mostly dry, with pressure in the pit of the stomach, so that he could not sleep all night,

Tickling cough (after eight days),

Hollow cough, mostly in the morning, in bed, and also at night; it prevents her falling asleep,

Frequent irritable cough, from scratching in the throat,

Loose rattling cough, as in old people, when eating,

Loose cough, without expectoration, with pain and a feeling of soreness in the chest, so that she dreaded to cough,

Waked with some hacking cough (third morning),

Some hacking, tickling cough (after second dose, second day),

Frequent short hacking cough (after half an hour),

Frequent dry hacking cough, even in bed, preventing sleep, in the evening,

Frequent, dry, short hacking cough, caused by tickling in the throat, all day, mostly in the evening,

Violent dry cough, only when sitting and lying, not at all on moving about,

Violent dry cough on reading aloud, in the evening,

Violent dry cough, with pressive headache, all day (immediately),

Frequent dry cough (third day),

Dry cough, with pain in the head, as if it would burst, with coryza (after thirty-five days),

Dry troublesome cough, causing soreness in the forepart of the chest, that woke her from sleep, fourteen nights in succession,

Dry cough, though slight in degree (after fifteen days); frequent tormenting cough, with muco-purulent expectoration (later),

Dry cough; frequent excitement to cough, with flying shootings under the sternum and towards the right side of the chest; copious muco-purulent expectoration, with constant tickling and scratching sensation at the bifurcation of the trachea,

Dry cough,

Cough, with great exertion, until expectoration of tenacious mucus,

Cough, with faintness,

Cough, day and night, with much mucous expectoration, accompanied after some days by very violent stitches in the chest, with violent cough,

Cough, in the morning, after rising, with expectoration of transparent mucus, and a sensation in the middle of the sternum as if something were torn loose,

Cough, with while expectoration, difficult to loosen,

Cough, causing pain in the abdomen, so that she was obliged to hold the abdomen on account of the pain,

Cough, with chilliness over the whole body,

Cough, caused by cold air, which affects the chest very much,

Violent paroxysm of cough about midnight, loose, though without expectoration, relieved by sitting up, lasting an hour, after which she fell asleep with the cough; in the morning, only a sensation of soreness in the throat,

Cough, after dinner,

Cough, with a sensation of soreness in the throat, immediately after dinner,

Cough, in the open air, causing pain in the chest and abdomen,

Cough, mostly when drinking anything (either cold or warm),

Cough, caused by constant tickling in the throat,

Cough, from irritation in the larynx, in the afternoon,

Cough, with a stitch below the pit of the stomach, so that she was obliged to hold the chest,

Cough, consisting of two shocks, after dinner,

Cough, with sticking pain beneath the hypochondria,

Cough, worse from warmth,

Cough, causing pain in the base of the sternum (second day),

Cough, with burning in the throat,

Cough, with sensation as if something was tearing loose in the chest,

Cough, preceded by tickling in the throat,

Cough, with draggy feeling in lower part of the chest,

Cough, worse from exercise, and from going into the house from out of doors,

Two or three single coughs come together,

Cough, without expectoration,

Cough, with difficult respiration, and violent bronchitis, at first without fever, with remarkably soft pulse; great prostration and emaciation,

Cough, complicated with all the symptoms of acute bronchitis,

Cough and bronchitis of more or less intensity,

After two years and a half he began to cough very much, and expectorate a thick white mucus,

Cough, with difficult expectoration,

Short cough, coming at irregular intervals,

Slight cough, immediately after rising, with large quantities of a grayish phlegm as if mixed with dust (after twenty hours),

A great number are taken with cough, which is sometimes so severe as to oblige them to leave off work,

Exhausted by purulent expectoration; depending on true bronchial blennorrhoea, with emphysema of both lungs; this blennorrhoea was the result of a bronchitis that had frequently recurred, and was never perfectly cured during the last two years. The patient was in danger of succumbing,

Expectoration of thick, light-colored lumps of phlegm, in small quantity,

(The usual expectoration of mucus in the morning without cough is very much relieved),

Expectoration of tenacious mucus (sixth day),

Expectoration of flakes of mucus, with smarting burning behind the sternum,

Bloody expectoration, with mucus, when coughing (after twenty-four hours),

Expectoration of blood, with mucus, with short slight cough (after thirty-six hours),

Bloody expectoration from the lungs,

Streaks of blood in the mucous expectoration from the chest (after four days),

Expectoration contained streaks of blood (seventh day),

Expectoration of blood, with fatiguing hacking cough, without pain, the day preceding, and on the first day of the menses,

Slight haemoptisis (seventh day),

Slight mucous expectoration with the cough (third day); expectoration more copious, phosphorescent, and, when dry upon the floor, burned readily from the application of a lighted match (fourth day); almost puslike in character and quite profuse (eighth day),

Respiration 48, without stertor,


Heart and pulse

Anxiety about the heart, associated with nausea and a peculiar sensation of hunger, somewhat relieved by eating, distressing her even in bed, sometimes for several hours, after 10 P.M.,

Sensation of warmth above the right side of the heart and beneath the left clavicle (after ten minutes); this warmth afterwards extended to the tip of the left scapula and to the acromion process, while at the heart it disappeared,

Slight pressure in the praecordial region, not relieved by eructations,

Pressive sensation about the heart (first day),

Praecordial pain,

Great anxiety in the praecordial and epigastric regions,

Heaviness of the praecordial region,

Aching in the praecordial region on every paroxysm of cough,

Rush of blood to the heart and palpitation, that becomes very violent after eating (after nine days),

The heart is not enlarged and in its normal position, but the impulse is of a whirring character; the first sound of the heart at the apex is blowing, the second clear; at the orifice of the heart a systolic murmur is heard (seventh day),

Bruit de souffle with the first sound of the heart (after sixteen days),

Peculiar blowing sound, synchronous with the systole of the heart, over the arch of the aorta (eighth day),

Marked bellows murmur with the first sound of the heart (after three days and a half),

The second sound of the heart accompanied by a peculiar blowing sound, best heard at the base of the heart; heart's action weak; pulse 20,

Blowing sounds of the heart persisted for a long time after the poisoning,

At the base of the heart systolic murmurs were heard (fourth day),

Heart's sound dull; systole always accompanied by blowing sounds (fourth day),

The systolic blowing sound of the heart still remained after three weeks,

The second sound of the heart was very feeble (fourth day),

Heart's sound very feeble, scarcely audible, with systolic murmur (seventh day),

Heart's sound remarkably dull and feeble,

Heart's sound weak; pulse small (second day),

Heart's sound weak, scarcely perceptible on account of their whirring character; the first sound was always accompanied by a blowing noise, though both sounds were audible (fifth day),

Second sound of the heart and great vessels no longer audible (fourth day),

Beats of the heart regular and deep (after seven days),

Violent palpitation (fifth day),

Violent palpitation, lasting one or two minutes (third day),

Violent palpitation at night (fifth night),

Violent pulsation in the morning, in bed, on waking, and in the evening on lying down,

Thumping of the heart for two hours after dinner, frequently provoking cough, with redness frequently mounting into the face (fourth day),

Violent palpitation, in the afternoon, after slight emotional excitement, lasting an hour, so that he could not remain lying down; another slight attack on going to sleep (after ten days),

Somewhat violent beating of the heart on slight motion, especially of the left arm, on sitting up in bed, stretching, etc., disappearing during rest,

Frequent violent palpitation,

Frequent palpitation, during which she was very much inclined to weep, and seemed very unhappy without reason,

Palpitation, at times for two, three, or six violent beats (while walking and sitting after a meal); while lying on the left side, at night, only for one or two beats,

Palpitation and anxiety, in the evening and morning, on waking, in bed,

Palpitation, in the morning, after the usual breakfast,

Accelerated circulation,

Palpitation, with ringing in the ears, with a feeling of uneasiness in the blood, with much tossing about and numerous unpleasant fancies, preventing falling asleep, in the evening, after going to bed,

Heart's impulse noticed over an increased area, at times intermittent,

Heart very weak; pulse very small, often imperceptible, 72; temperature 37.6° (sixth day),

Heart weak (third day),


Pulse very rapid, scarcely perceptible, with pale skin and diminished temperature (third day),

Pulse rapid, very small, 144; temperature 38.9°; in the evening (seventh day),

Pulse increased; increased warmth and comfortable feeling over the whole body,

Pulse accelerated, small, hard,

Pulse rapid and full,

Pulse rapid and small,

Pulse rapid and weak,

Pulse rapid (seventh day),

Pulse rapid, soft,

Hard rapid pulse,

Pulse rapid, small, soft (third day),

Pulse rapid, full, hardish,

Pulse small, rapid (third day),

The pulse, which had continued normal the first three days, rose from 72 to 88 (fourth day),

Pulse full and quick (sixth day); wiry and quick (tenth and eleventh days),

Weak and quick pulse (fourth day),

Pulse increased,

Pulse moderately accelerated, sometimes intermittent,

Pulse rather quick (fifth day),

Pulse short and quick,

Pulse full and quite frequent,

Pulse 124, very feeble (fourth day),

Pulse 120, regular (second day),

Pulse very compressible, 120,

Pulse 140 (second day),

Pulse 112 (fourth day),

Pulse 100, weak and quick,

Pulse tense, 92 (third day),

The pulse was a little hard (seventh day); disappeared at the wrist towards evening (eighth day),

Pulse 90 (after three days and a half),

Pulse 90 and feeble (second day); no pulse at the wrists (third day),

Pulse 84 per minute (fourth day),

Pulse 70,

Pulse 70 and feeble (after one hour),

Pulse weak, 66,

Pulse 64, regular, but very feeble and easily obliterated,

Pulse small, thready, 60 (third day),

Pulse small and soft, about 60 (seventh day),

Pulse small, regular, 60 (fifth day),

Pulse down from 50 to 60 (fifth day),

Pulse 40, 42, contracted and scarcely perceptible (third day),

Pulse slow, at times full and hard (after two, three, and eight hours),

Pulse feeble (second day),

Pulse weak, almost imperceptible,

Pulse of a weak thready character,

Pulse not accelerated during the paroxysms of heat,

Pulse small, 120,

Pulse small, thready, 96 (second day),

Pulse small, compressible, 80 (second day),

Pulse small, soft, 56 (second day), afterwards rising to 60 and 65,

Pulse small and soft,

Pulse small, compressible, thready, 64 (second day),

Pulse small, frequent,

Pulse small, feeble (second day),

Pulse very small (fifth day),

Pulse very small and weak, scarcely perceptible (fourth day),

Pulse intermittent, thready, and varying from 53 to 135 (after twenty-four hours),

The pulse intermits after every three to six beats,

Pulse 108 (eighth day); 132 (ninth day),

Pulse 74 (before the experiment); 76 (after one and two minutes); 74 (after three minutes); 72 (after four, five, and six minutes); 70 (after seven and eight minutes); 72 (after ten minutes); 74 (after twenty minutes, and continued),

74 (before the experiment); 72 (after one, two, and three minutes); 70 (after four, five, six, and seven minutes); 72 (after eight and ten minutes); 70 (after twenty minutes, and continued some time longer),

Pulse 90, weak (second day); increased in frequency and weak (110), (third day),

Pulse 120 to 140, with a temperature of 38.8°,

Pulse frequent (first day); 92 (second day); morning 100, but moderately full and strong; 140, small and weak, in the afternoon (fourth day),

Pulse almost imperceptible, 110 (sixth day),

No pulse could be felt at either wrist, and the first sound of the heart was scarcely audible (fifth day),

Elder pulseless,

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