4 edition of Medical diseases of the war. found in the catalog.
Later published under title: Medical diseases of war.
|LC Classifications||RC971 .H7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 319 p.|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||18023135|
Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail. Medical care was heavily criticized in the press throughout the war. It was stated that surgery was often done without anesthesia, many unnecessary amputations were done, and that care was not state of the art for the times. None of these assertions is true. Actually, during the Civil War, there were many medical advances and discoveries (Table 1).Cited by: 3.
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A medical school and research facility belonging to Unit operated in the Shinjuku District of Tokyo during World War II. In , Toyo Ishii—a nurse who worked at the school during the war—revealed that she had helped bury bodies and pieces of bodies on the Attack type: Human experimentation, Biological . Medical Care in the Civil War. Chloroform, opium, whiskey, smuggling and surgeries on kitchen tables. Together, these things sound like the plot of a a weird mystery television show.
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EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags)Pages: This vintage book contains a complete guide to medical diseases and ailments relating to war. Based on the author’s extensive experience in the field, this handbook contains a wealth of information that will be of utility to modern doctors and medical by: Medical diseases of war.
Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins company, (OCoLC) Online version: Hurst, Arthur F. (Arthur Frederick), Medical diseases of war. Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins company, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. An analysis of the medical response to the trench diseases reveals a conflict between clinicians holding views on disease causation along a spectrum contagionists, contingent-contagionists and con-figurationists.
Faced with their inability to treat the trench diseases effectively, the book argues that the extremely diverse initial Author: Robert Atenstaedt. OCLC Number: Notes: "3rd edition." Originally published in under title: Medical diseases of the war.
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Download and read online for free Medical diseases of /5(1). The book is a well-researched overview of these diseases rather than a deep dive, but it’s a good book to dip in and out of. Being Mortal by Atul Gawande This isn’t quite a book about disease, but it’s nevertheless a fascinating look at medicine and Author: Kathleen Keenan.
This vintage book contains a complete guide to medical diseases and ailments relating to war. Based on the author s extensive experience in the field, this handbook contains a wealth of information that will be of utility to modern doctors and medical staff.
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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. The adequacy with which the problems of the major infectious diseases encountered by the military in World War II were handled is attested to in that this war was the first major conflict in which fewer of our troops died of disease than battle injuries and wounds.
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A copy of this text book is listed in the Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogues or the list of medical textbooks which were published during the Civil War by the Army Medical Department. This is the standard issue used all during the Civil War and is the edition (eleventh) listed. The Seven Years’ War, often called the first global war, spanned North America, the West Indies, Europe, and India.
In these locations diseases such as scurvy, smallpox, and yellow fever killed far more than combat did, stretching the resources of European states. In Disease, War, and the Imperial State, Erica Charters demonstrates how disease played a vital role in shaping strategy and.
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The brief chapter on skin diseases is included because "no less than 30 per cent of medical casualties in the British Expeditionary. Death and disablement on account of wounds are discounted beforehand, but many a campaign has been lost because of a lack of appreciation of the medical side.
This book covers the principal diseases encountered, though it appears that almost too much space is taken up with a. As described in my book “Medal Winners: How the Vietnam War Launched Medical Careers,” the class of Yellow Berets that entered with Fauci included four.
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Extracted from the book "Medical Diseases of the War" by Arthur Hurst, M.A., MD (Oxon), FRCP. Chapter X describes the effects of chlorine gas poisoning, the patient's symptoms, prognosis and the treatment advocated in Of interest is the treatment of cyanosis by bleeding.The 17 chapters in this book were written by 27 authors, all highly qualified, all with medicomilitary experience during World War II, and all of whom speak with authority in their special fields.
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