(A Maceration of a Typical Tuberculous Lung introduced by Dr. Burnett)
Has been employed successfully in the treatment of tuberculosis; its good effects seen in the change of the sputum, which becomes decreased and more aerated and less purulent. Many forms of chronic non-tubercular disease are influenced favorably by Bacillinum, especially when bronchorrhea and dyspnea are present. Respiratory pyorrhea. The patient expectorates less.
Bacillinum is especially indicated for lungs… Continue reading