Full title: Mrs. J. Morse's celebrated vegetable extract, for rickets, weakness, debility, dropsy, dysentary [sic], diarrhœa, ulcers in the head, internal inflamation [sic], cutaneous erruptions caused by impurity of the blood, &c
Includes medical notes, articles,and correspondence, 1819-1845, of Joseph Hartshorne, M.D, of interest for his innovations in surgery as well as his detailed descriptions of treatments for various ailments; and correspondence, medical papers, literary works, etc., of Joseph's son Henry Hartshorne, M.D.
By William Dewees, who was an obstetrician at the University of Pennsylvania who became prominent for a series of books on child rearing. The first section of this book covers information about pregnancy, birth, and the early years of childhood, while the second half discusses childhood diseases.
William Dewees was an obstetrician at the University of Pennsylvania who became prominent for a series of books on child rearing. This work deals with treatment of fevers, chest pains, and the eyes and focuses on describing the symptoms of the various ailments.
Full title:A treatise on the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever: as it lately appeared in the city of Philadelphia; exhibiting a concise view of its rise, progress and symptoms, together with the method of treatment found most successful; also remarks on the nature of its contagion, and directions for preventing the introduction of the same malady, in future
By Robert Burton, 1621. "VVith all the kindes, cavses, symptomes, prognostickes, and severall cvres of it. In three maine partitions with their seuerall sections, members, and svbsections. : Philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened and cvt vp"
By Henry Stubbe. "An account of severall marvailous cures performed by the stroaking of the hands of Mr Valentine Greatarick: with a physicall discourse thereupon, in a letter to the Honourable Robert Boyle esq."