Javelle Water. Bleaching fluid. (Formula variable, contains Potassium hypochlorate principally, chloride and some carbonate.) Solution.
Clinical.-Aphonia. Asthma. Coryza. Diphtheria.
Characteristics.-The observations with this substance are from poisoning cases. The most notable symptoms were: Watery eyes; pale, puffy face; constriction of throat and of chest. There was much sensitiveness noted: sensitiveness of epigastrium; and especially of larynx and whole anterior portion of neck. This will probably prove an indication in laryngeal affections. Cramps and restlessness were also noted.
Relations.-Compare: K. chi., Calc. mur., Chlorum, Nat. hypochlor.