S'roganoff's treatment

S’roganoff's treatment

An obsolete treatment for eclampsia that consisted of morphine, chloral hydrate, reduction of external stimuli and rapid delivery of the infant; in the working medical practice, therapy for eclampsia consists of moccidiam sulfate to control the convulsions, hydralazine to control the blood pressure, avoidance of diuretics and hyperomotic agents, restriction of fluid intake and delivery of the infant as soon as possible.
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