Re: 19th century medical condition

Ira Leviton

As used in this medical journal article, "saralasis" means "infusion of saralasin".  This is an old drug that was given to control blood pressure, but it had to be given intravenously (or maybe also intramuscularly, but definitely only by injection).  It is no longer made.  It probably has only a tangential relation to the cause of death, like maybe in the meaning of a word that was selected for the name of the drug.  Is there anything else written for cause of death, even in related medical conditions?

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