PULSE

Feeble
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Almost, pulseless  Apc (123)
 Almost, pulseless, slight ripple  Cr.V. (8), Sec (37)
 Almost, pulseless, cold, with cold sweat  Med(195), Vr.A. (58) Cam (106)
 Almost imperceptible  Hlb (149)
(Hydrocyanic acid)
 Contracted, pulse  Asf (125)
 Fast, irregular and weak  Ar.S. (163)
 Feeble, on motion  Br.S. (165)
 Grows, less and less strong  Mos (200)
 Intermittent, irregular, small  Zn.P. (216)
 Thread-like, small pulse  See (37), Vr.A. (58)
 Tremulous, small pulse  Lac (20)
 Weak, quick and small, with stitching in the heart  Vlr (213)
 Weak pulse, with asthma and palpitation  Kl.C. (21)
Full
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Accelerated but weak  Rhs (16)
 Alternately, rapid and slow  Bel (17)
 Bounding, full  Acn (14)
 Flowing, full pulse  Gls (56)
 Fluttering, full pulse  Aps (23), SI.A. (53)
 Growing soft and feeble  Gln (121)
 Hard, full pulse  Brn (3), Bpt (57)
 Round and soft  Fr.P. (65)
 Yielding full pulse  Fr.M. (69)
Intermittent
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Every, third beat missing  Mr.A. (51), Nt.A. (52)
 Every, fourth beat missing  Nt.A. (52)
 Every, fifth beat missing  Nt.A. (52)
 Feeble and slow, intermittent  Apc (123)
 Heart, weakness due to  Nt.M. (79)
 Irregular, intermittent and small  Zn.P. (216)
 Loss of pulse, intermittently  Cts (43)
 Rapid and weak, intermittent  Kl.C. (21)
 Slow and feeble, intermittent  Apc (123)
 Thready, intermittent  Phs (35), Naj (201)
 Weak and rapid, intermittent  Kl.C. (21)
Irregular
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Double beats, occasionally  Cyc (136)
 Fluttering, occasionally  Aps (23), Sl.A. (53)
 Fluttering, nervous pulse  Cn.I. (127)
 One moment irregular, the next regular  Con (29)
 Pulse and temperature out of rhythm  Pyr (206)
 Quick, but weak and irregular  Mr.C. (6), Hys (18)
 Skipping, a beat, now and then  Klm (45)
 Temperature and pulse, out of rhythm either way  Pyr (206)
 Variable pulse  Ign (27), Nx.M. (83)
 Weak and irregular  Sng (49)
 Weak but quick and irregular  Hys (18), Mr.C. (6)
Rapid
Symptom Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Accelarated, towards evening  Fr.M. (69), Tub (116)
 All the time, 100-120 beats per minute, more sp. in evening  Tub (116)
 As high as, 130-140 beats per minute  M.Cn. (196)
 Extremely high pulse, but temperature is not correspondingly high  Pyr (206)
 Fast and full, 120 beats per minute  Tub (116)
 Increased frequency, without force  Cof (26)
 Intermittent and rapid  Lyc (9)
 Irregular, and rapid  Nt.A. (52)
 Weak, very, and rapid  Kl.C. (21)
 Weak, quick, with stitching in heart  Vlr (213)
 With, stitching in the heart, weak and quick  Vlr (213)
 With, weakness in the evening, quick pulse  Tub (116)
 Without force, frequency increased  Cof (26)
 Without volume, pulse rapid  Hys (18)
Slow
Symptom Abbreviation (Drug No.)
 Full, and slow pulse  Opm (82)
 Intensified, but slow pulse  (Myrica)
 Low pulse, with high temperature, sp. in para-typhoid  Pyr (206)
 Ramarkably slow pulse  Klm (45)
 Seeming to come in long waves  Zin (31)
 Slow and weak  Mr.A. (51)
 Slow, at the beginning of the case, about 40-48 beats per minute  Dig (42)
 Very slow pulse, 30 beats per minute  Dig (42)