3 edition of A treatise of the acute diseases of infants found in the catalog.
A treatise of the acute diseases of infants
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A treatise of the acute diseases of infants.: To which are added, medical observations on several grievous diseases. Written originally in Latin by the late learned Walter Harris, M.D.
Fellow of the College of Physicians at London, and Professor of Chirurgery in the same College. A treatise on diseases peculiar to infants and children Paperback – by Books Group (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" First published: 17 May, A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children [James Milman Coley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A treatise on the dieases [sic] of children, with general directions for the management of infants from the birth. Alternate Title(s): Treatise on the diseases of children. Containing every disorder of importance falling under the more immediate province of the physician. Full text of "A Treatise on diseases peculiar to infants and children" See other formats.
A treatise on diseases peculiar to infants and children by Edmonds, William A. Publication date Topics Children, Infants, Homeopathy Publisher New York, Philadelphia: Boericke & Tafel ; London: Trübner & Co., Homoeopathic Publishing Company Collection.
1st Printing. Bright red full leather binding with blindstamped gold decor, all page ends Gold. Endpapers done in an early form of White Marbled Celluloid. Nice Firm copy. Light general wear. Foxing only on edges of endpapers.
Previous owner name. Large previous owner writing on front flypage, pertaining to Provenance. pages. Contents: Introduction. Separation of the Umbilical Cord. Condition: Neu. Neuware - A Treatise on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood - Third Edition is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
The history of Pediatric Infectious Diseases closely parallels the history of Pediatrics at least until the last century, because historically infections comprised the major causes of childhood Cited by: Treatise on diseases of the skin. Henry Weightman Stelwagon. W.B. Saunders, - Skin - pages.
0 Reviews. Preview this book. Page - In some persons there is a certain vigorous and plethoric state of the system which, at a certain period of life, is liable to a loss of tone in the extremities. This is in some measure communicated to the whole system, but appears more especially in the functions of the stomach.
When this loss of tone occurs, while the energy of the brain still retains its vigour, the vis medicatrix. His eight volume treatise, written in Ionic Greek, entitled On the Causes, Symptoms and Cure of Acute and Chronic Diseases remained unknown until the middle of the 16th century when, inthe Author: Halil Tekiner.
Title A treatise on the diseases of infancy and childhood. Contributor Names Smith, Job Lewis, Created / Published. The College copy is the only known complete copy of this book in the world. Walter Harris () A treatise of the acute diseases of infants London, Walter Harris was physician to King William and Queen Mary.
His treatise on the acute diseases of infants was first published in Latin in 1. Author(s): Armstrong,John,; Harris,Walter,De morbis acutis infantum. English. Title(s): A full view of all the diseases incident to children: containing a translation of Dr. Harris's book upon the acute diseases of infants, and of the eminent Dr.
Boerhaave's treatise upon all their diseases : together with a careful abridgment of the best authors who have wrote upon. Martyn,John, Title(s): A treatise of the acute diseases of infants: to which are added, medical observations on several grievous diseases/ Written originally in Latin by the late learned Walter Harris, M.D.
; translated into English by John Martyn. COVID is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. Get the latest public health information from CDC: Get the latest research.
The part about cold disease was collected by Wang Shuhe, an imperial doctor in the Western Jin Dynasty, and known as Shang Han Lun (Treatise on Cold Diseases). Since it covers the theory, therapeutic principles and prescriptions for the treatment of exogenous diseases, it was and is still of great importance in medicine.
In sub-acute or chronic diseases when the skin becomes cold, with a perspiration that is cold, clammy and profuse, the situation may be full of danger, especially if the pulse is weak and irregular. The color of the skin in disease often aids in diagnosis and in the selection of a remedy.
A Treatise on the Diseases of Children, with General Directions for the Management of Infants from Birth. London: Printed for J. Mathews, Fulltext available through Eighteenth Century Collections Online (UVa access only) Michael Underwood, A Treatise on the Diseases of Children.
Michael Underwood, A Treatise on the Diseases of. An Exact ENQUIRY Into, and Cure of the Acute Diseases OF INFANTS. By Walter Harris, M. Englished by W.C. M.S. With a Preface in Vindication of the Work.
LONDON, Printed for Sam. Clement at the White Swan in St. Paul 's Church-Yard, His De morbis acutis infantum () was the first Latin paediatric text printed in England and was translated as An exact enquiry into, and cure of the acute diseases of infants ().
15 More theoretical than the others, it examines general principles in the causes of children’s diseases, but it also has recipes for remedies.
16Cited by: 3. This book is a collection of pamphlets of Dr. ML Tyler () initially published by British Homoeopathic Association Acute Conditions, Injuries, etc by M.L. Tyler Acute Conditions, Injuries, etc by Margaret Lucy Tyler () and Sir John Weir (). A treatise on the diseases of infants: founded on recent clinical observations and investigations in pathological anatomy made at the Hospice des Enfans-Trouvés: with a dissertation on the viability of the child / (Philadelphia: A.
Hart,c), by C. Billard, James Stewart, and M.D. Rare Book Collection of Rush University Medical. Hashizume, in Climate Vulnerability, Acute Respiratory Infections. Acute respiratory infection (ARI) is a major cause of illness and death among populations displaced by natural disasters, particularly in children under 5 years of age (Watson et al.
).Lack of access to health care facilities and antimicrobial agents for treatment further increases the risk for ARI mortality. The diseases of children. An American text-book of the diseases of children: including special chapters on essential surgical subjects: diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and throat: diseases of the skin: and on the diet, hygiene, and general management of children; edited by Louis Starr.
2nd ed. Rotch, Thomas : Rachel Ingold. Michael Underwood describes what is thought to be paralytic polio in his book A Treatise on the Diseases of Children, with General Directions for the Management of Infants from Birth in a section on “Debility of the Lower Extremities” () first reported outbreak of polio in Worksop, England ().
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Other articles where Treatise on Febrile and Other Diseases is discussed: Zhang Zhongjing: han za bing lun (Treatise on Febrile and Other Diseases), which greatly influenced the practice of traditional Chinese medicine.
The original work was later edited and divided into two books, Shang han lun (Treatise on Febrile Diseases) and Jin gui yao lue (Jingui Collection of Prescriptions).
TO THE READER. The writings that have reached us under the name of Hippocrates, the so-called “Father of Medicine,” occupy more than a thousand folio pages in the edition by Fœsius.
Those attributed to Galen are still more voluminous, embracing no less than six or eight immense folios. It may, from this plain statement, be readily conjectured, how impossible must be the attempt to convey.
It is thus with regard to the disease called Sacred: it appears to me to be nowise more divine nor more sacred than other diseases, but has a natural cause from the originates like other affections.
Men regard its nature and cause as divine from ignorance and wonder, because it is not at all like to other diseases. And this notion of its divinity is kept up by their inability to comprehend it. Browsing subject area: Infants -- Development (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Infants -- Development.
Here are entered works on the physical, psychological and social growth of normal infants. Daniel Sennert, Practical physick the fourth book in 3 parts: section 2: of diseases and symptoms in children (London, ),  Walter Harris, An exact enquiry into, and cure of the acute diseases of infants, trans.
William Cockburn (London, ), FARMER’S OWN BOOK: A TREATISE ON THE Numerous Diseases of the Horse, WITH AN EXPLANATION OF THEIR SYMPTOMS, AND THE COURSE OF TREATMENT TO BE PURSUED; ALSO A TREATISE ON THE DISEASE OF HORNED CATTLE.
PUBLISHED BY J. KOOGLE, Middletown, Maryland. Entered according to the Act of Congress in the yearBy J. Full text of "The practice of urology; a surgical treatise on genito-urinary diseases, including syphilis" See other formats.
dentition; catching cold; and acute diseases in general The poor were thought to be more susceptible to illness than the rich, and children similarly were thought to be predisposed to 10 Ibid.
11 Buchan, p. 12 William Butter, A Treatise on the Kinkcough. With an Appendix, Containing an Account of Hemlock, and ItsFile Size: KB. Jahr's New Manual; originally published under the name of Symptomen-Codex. (Digest of Symptoms.) This work is intended to facilitale a comparison of the parallel symptoms of the various homoeopathic agents, thereby enabling the practitioner to discover the characteristic symptoms of each drug, and to determine with ease and correctness what remedy is most homoeopathic to the existing group of.
The parent's guide: containing the diseases of infancy and childhood and their homoeopathic treatment. To which is added a treatise on the method of rearing children from their earliest infancy: comprising the essential branches of moral and physical education.
By J. Laurie, M.D. Ed., with additions, by Walter Williamson, M.D. There were 37 Siddha literature deals pediatric diseases and they use the term kaamaalai or chenkamaari to describe the liver diseases. Most of the literature classifies liver disease into 3 types.
The discovery of arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (AC), nowadays a well-known genetically determined heart muscle disease, dates back to the XVIII century when inLancisi reported a four-generation family affected by palpitations, heart failure, and sudden death, in which autopsy revealed dilatation and aneurysms of the right ventricle (RV).Author: Daniela Marrone, Fabio Zampieri, Cristina Basso, Alberto Zanatta, Gaetano Thiene.
The book is a longer version of an article: Why French kids don't have ADHD. I enjoyed reading a book that backed up my ideas about ADHD with information. The book is also absolutely f*cking terrifying with its information on Big Pharma companies and the lack of medical evidence for ADHD/5.TO render the book more generally useful, however, as well as more acceptable to the intelligent part of mankind, I have, in most diseases, besides regimen, recommended some of the most simple and approved forms of medicine, and added such cautions and directions as .In acute and chronic affections of the digestive organs, especially the latter, the skim-milk treatment, already described, possesses the highest the trouble is localized to the stomach and is of an acute character, only the most easily-digested aliments are borne, as, for example, milk and lime-water, barley-water, tamarind-whey, carbonic acid water, effervescent lemonade, etc.