1 edition of Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers, and the pulmonary consumption found in the catalog.
by Pritned for Benjamin White, at horace"s Head, in Fleet-Street in London
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|Statement||by Moses Griffith, M.D. ...|
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|Pagination||viii, 92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
The object of the present paper is to give some results of cases of pulmonary consumption, selected, as was stated in a previous paper (THE LANCET, May 2, ), on the grounds of their having been at least one year under observation, and of their having first consulted Dr. C. J. B. Williams during the period of sixteen years, commencing Author: CharlesJ.B. Williams, CharlesTheodore Williams. A patient with remittent may get well in a week under treatment, but the fever may go on for several weeks; the return to health is often announced by the fever assuming the intermittent type, or, in other words, by the remissions touching the level of absolute apyrexia.
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Preface --Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers, and the pulmonary consumption --Cases in which Myrrh was used --Appendix [case treated with large quantities of the salt of steel] --a method of treating several kinds of internal hemorrhages.
Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers: and the pulmonary consumption: to which is added, a method of treating several kinds of internal hemorrhages. By Moses Griffith, M.D. Of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers, and the pulmonary consumption: to which is added, a method of treating several kinds of internal hemorrhages. By Moses Griffith, M.D.
Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers, and the pulmonary consumption: To which is added, a method of treating several kinds of internal hemorrhages. By Moses Griffith, M.D. of the Royal College of physicians, London. Author(s): Griffith,Moses, or Title(s): Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers, and the pulmonary consumption: to which is added, a method of treating several kinds of internal hemorrhages/ by Moses Griffith, M.D.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Printed for Benjamin White, He practised for many years in London, but in retired to Colchester, where he died in March He wrote ‘Practical Observations on the Cure of the Hectic and Slow Fevers, and the Pulmonary Consumption,’ Griffith is credited with the invention of the useful compound iron mixture of the Pharmacopœia.
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Observations on the nature of demonstrative evidence: Opuscula chemica et physica. Physical and chemical essays: Plays and poems of Thomas Lovell Beddoes: Practical observations on the cure of hectic and slow fevers and the pulmonary consumption -to which is added a method of treating several cases of internal hemorrhagies.
A new theory of acute and slow continued fevers: wherein, beside the appearance of such, and the manner of their cure, occasionally, the structure of the glands, and the manner of laws of secretion, the operation of purgative, vomitive, and mercurial medicines, are mechanically explained: to which is prefix'd An essay concerning the improvements of the theory of medicine.
the lancet practical observations on disorders and diseases of europeans on their return from tropical climates. jamesranald martin f.r.s. surgeon, bengal army, retired; late presidency-surgeon, and surgeon to the native hospital, calcutta.
(continued from p. )Author: JamesRanald Martin. The fever of inflammation is of the continued kind. Reid distinguishes the hectic of a pulmonary consumption from the fever, in consequence of abscesses or ulcers in other parts, as in the liver, or under the psoas muscle, by the absence, in the latter, of remissions and morning sweats: on the contrary, it is more continued, less violent.
The Lancet RECENT EXPERIENCES IN THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PULMONARY CONSUMPTION) BY KOCH'S METHOD. A paper read before the International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, held in London.
Abstracted by THOMAS WHITESIDE HIME, B.A., M.D., Bradford. Professor P. Ehrlich M.D., by: 1. In some instances obstinate and frequent recurring diarrhea, and a persistent cough are the first indications of pulmonary consumption.
In females there is always, usually at an early period of the disease, an interference with the menstrual function; as a. Pulmonary Consumption. (Phthisis Pulmonalis.). Part 3 But the more exact observations of Louis and others have proved that this is not so.
One reason, and almost immediately afterwards intense fever sets in, of a hectic character, the physical signs of pulmonary phthisis rapidly develop themselves, and death ensues within a few weeks.
This plan of treatment is to be adopted, in whole or in part, pursued longer or shorter, modified or changed, according to the sudden or slow access, violence or mildness of the disease, and the constitutional circumstances of the patient, obviating incidental symptoms by their appropriate remedies, till the force of the disease is broken; when the confirmation of the cure may be left to a milk and vegetable diet.
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An essay on the treatment and cure of pulmonary consumption: On Principles Natural, Rational Item PreviewPages: Consumption of the Lungs and Kindred Diseases, Treated and Cured by Kerosene: Its Value as a Remedy, when to Use It, how to Use It, a Cure for the Sick, a Protection for Those in Health: Author: Charles Oscar Frye: Publisher: Democrat Printing Company, Original from: University of Chicago: Digitized: Length: 45 pages.
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Consumption of the lungs and kindred diseases, treated and cured by kerosene;: Its value as a remedy, when to use itAuthor: Charles Oscar Frye.Pulmonary consumption is characterized by emaciation, debility, cough, hectic fever, and purulent expectoration, night sweats, writer enumerates thirty different species of consumption; but this enumeration seems unnecessary for practical purposes.He wrote Practical Observations on the Cure of the Hectic and Slow Fevers, and the Pulmonary Consumption, Griffith is credited with the invention of the useful compound iron mixture of .