3 edition of Rational methods of curing fevers found in the catalog.
Rational methods of curing fevers
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1982, no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||403|
His ntwand improved methods of curing the most rooted and most dangerous diseases, consist in regi men, herbs, simple medicines, the choicest articles of the Materitf and in all those tormenting lingering fevers, heats and chilli nesses, and in those tremors and quiverings of body, and restless Upon the same rational grounds they are. Wuthering Heights is the name of Mr. Heathcliff’s dwelling. had there not been one person at hand rather more rational than myself, and more benevolent than my entertainer. , we each sought a separate nook to await his advent. I reached this book, and a pot of ink from a shelf, and pushed the house-door ajar to give me light, and I.
Footnote markers in the text are hyperlinked to the footnotes located at the end of the book. because it is well known that in India the natives understand the use of cold water in curing fevers, wounds, bruises, etc.; in all probability it has been their panacea for all diseases since the time of Noah. The logic is interesting “Your baby’s eardrum might rupture [thus causing a hole], so we’re going to put a tube in [make a hole] to drain the infection that the antibiotics didn’t get rid of [and by the way, your child now has compromised digestion for who-knows-how-long].”.
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together With a particular Account of the Effects of Artificial Evacuations by Bleeding, Vomiting, Purging, Sweating, and Blistering, &c. Medical practice in curing fevers: Correspondent to Rational Methods, &c.
and to those curative Indications, which arise from the febrile Symptoms of the Patient: and Exemplified in many Cases of the most usual Fevers, with the Medicines by which they were cured.
By Theophilus Lobb, M.D. and Fellow of the Royal Society. In his first book on methods for curing fevers published in Sydenham was somewhat lukewarm about the role of bark. Ten years later he endorsed it heartily while, by implication, condemning all other touted ‘specifics’: ‘I am sure of this, that the only specific is.
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Title(s): Medical practice in curing fevers: correspondent to rational methods, &c. and to those curative indications, which arise from the febrile symptoms of the patient / by Theophilus Lobb, M.D.
bark. In his ﬁrst book on methods for curing fevers published inSydenham was somewhat luke-warm about the role of bark. Ten years later, he endorsed it heartily while, by implication, condemn-ing all other touted ‘speciﬁcs’: ‘I am sure of this, that the only speciﬁc is the Peruvian bark’, describing it as.
One of the main difficulties in using Cinchona bark was the large variability of antimalarial effects of the preparations. This variation reflected the type of Cinchona tree, the place it was grown and several other variables that influenced the content of the active principle of the bark.
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The majority of this article and all of the quotes are taken from The Healing Gods of Ancient Civilizations (), by Walter Addison Jayne, M.D. The various superstitious practices of the ancients may seem strange to us, but some of the drugs and therapies that were used then have been rediscovered over the last several hundred years, and have proved to be of great value.Pyretologia, or a rational account of the cause and.
In his ﬁrst book on methods for curing fevers. published inSydenham was somewhat luke-warm about the role of bark.
Ten years later, he.Most physicians consider a fever to be a temperature over ° when taken orally, 99° when taken under the arm and over ° when taken rectally. The purpose of a fever is to help the body fight off infection. Fevers can be mild and benign, but they can also alert to more serious disease.
Not all fevers .