The liquid is decanted, and the precipitate is exhausted with ether or chloroform, which dissolves the apomorphine only.
That the child had died of apomorphine, a totally distinct poison.
The central emetics are apomorphine, tartar emetic, ipecacuanha, senega and squill.
apomorphine is not allied in physiological action to morphine, and may be given in cases of narcotic poisoning.
In those rare cases in which this does not take place, use the stomach-pump or tube, or give hypodermic injection of apomorphine.
Use at once the stomach-tube or pump, or give emetics of sulphate of zinc, or hypodermic solution of apomorphine.
apomorphine ap·o·mor·phine (āp'ə-môr'fēn')
A poisonous, white, crystalline alkaloid derived from morphine and used medicinally to induce vomiting.