A medical commentary on fixed air Particularly, I. On the different methods of procuring and administering Fixed Air. II. On its sensible effects in health, taken internally. III. On its effects in diseases of the putrid class. IV. On putrefaction, the putrid effluvium, and the means of correcting the putrid effluvium. V. On the effects of Fixed Air, on the putrefactive process, and on the putrid effluvium. VI. On the use of Fixed Air in cachexies and phagedenic ulcers. Vii. In some diseases of the stomach. Viii. In the stone and gravel. IX. On the disposition to the stone in the cyder counties, compared with some other parts of England. X. On the noxious effects of Fixed Air. By Matthew Dobson, M. D. F.R.S. Second edition. With an appendix on the use of the solution of fixed alkaline salts Saturated with Fixible Air, in the Stone and Gravel. By William Falconer, M.D. M.D. F.R.S. and Physician to the General Hospital at Bath

Main Author: Dobson, Matthew
Format: eBook
Published: Dublin printed for W. Gilbert, No. 26, Great George's-Street 1790, M,DCC,XC. [1790]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, N10765. - Reproduction of original from Countway Library of Medicine
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (viii,184p) 8°