Haemoptysis denotes an escape of blood from the air-passages, which is usually bright red and frothy from admixture with air.
But the same symptoms (haemoptysis) have been seen, though less notably, in many
398) " haemorrhage is not an ordinary accompaniment " of Indian plague, though when seen it is in the form of haemoptysis.
It is used in the treatment of haemoptysis in the form of a fine spray, or taken internally it will check gastric haemorrhage.
It has been used internally in haemoptysis and haematuria.