2 edition of treatise on the infantile remittent fever found in the catalog.
treatise on the infantile remittent fever
by Printed fror J. Robson ...; J. Murray ...; and J. Johnson ... in London
Written in English
|Other titles||On the infantile remittent fever|
|Statement||by William Butter ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, , 10-50,  p. (p.  at end advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Underwood,t who took Treatise on Infantile Remittent Fever, t Diseases of Children, exception to some of Butter's statements, but on very dubious grounds, describes a varietv of infantile remittent, under the heading, [quot] a fever remarkable for being always devoid of danger.[quot] The disease is here evidently contemplated in its Author: JohnJohnston Kelso.
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BUTTER, WILLIAM (–), physician, was a native of the Orkneys, and studied medicine at Edinburgh, where he graduated M.D. in After practising for some years at Derby, having obtained some note by his treatises ‘On the Kink-Cough’ (hooping cough), London,and ‘On Puerperal Fevers,’ London,he removed to London, where he died on 23 March Full text of "A Practical treatise on the diseases of children" See other formats.
A treatise on a malignant epidemic, commonly called spotted fever; interspersed with remarks on the nature of fever in general, &c. And an appendix, in which is republished a number of essays written by different authors on this epidemic, with the addition of original notes: containing also a few original and selected cases, with clinical.
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.
S. BUTTER, WILLIAM (–), physician, was a native of the Orkneys, and studied medicine at Edinburgh, where he graduated M.D.
in After practising for some years at Derby, having obtained some note by his treatises ‘On the Kink-Cough’ (hooping cough), London,and ‘On Puerperal Fevers,’ London,he removed to London, where he died on 23 March Hughes M L., Diagnosis between Enteric Fever and the Remittent Fever of the Mediterranean, with a note on Ehrlich's Urine Test.
Br Med J ; (Published 28 July ). Hughes M L., Mediterranean, Malta or undulant fever. Mohler J R., Eichhorn A., Malta fever, with special reference to its diagnosis and control in goats.
Washington. An American text-book of the diseases of children An account of the diseases most incident to children; An account of the diseases most incident to children from their birth till the age of puberty; with a successful method of treating them.
To which is added, an essay on nursing. Also a general account of the Dispensary for the Infant Poor. JAMES BOWER: A brief glance at the resources of the medical art, HUNT, MR.
T.: Sea-Bathing and Climate.-On their effects, with remarks on the climate of various watering-places on the coast of England,KELSO, DR. JOHNSTON:[mdash] On infantile remittent fever, LAKE, MR.
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by charles j. hempel, m. d., professor of materia medica and therapeutics. Treatment of the Child from Dr. Coffin's Treatise on Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children, Diarrhoea is a disease frequently met with in infantile life, and arises from a vitiated state of the secretions, from overloading the stomach, or being crammed with hard, indigestible food.
He gives 18 cases under ague or intermittent fever [malaria or influenza with periodic chills], 18 under remittent fever [malaria or influenza with chills at odd intervals], 8 cases of continued fever [septicemia], 4 cases of small pox, 6 of measles, 7 under rheumatism, 4 under infantile pneumonia, 4 cases of infantile cholera, and 2 of dysentery.
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a book by W. Scott Tebb, M.A., M.D. (Cantab.), in a treatise on the acute diseases of infants, Corrections have been made for remittent fever. From to the deaths from remittent fever.the poisoned needle "Truth wears no mask, seeks neither place nor applause, bows to no human shrine; she only asks a hearing." The increasing flood of evidence against vaccination and the growing for the un-suppressed facts about this "touchy" subject have literally forced this book into being.