A treatise on febrile diseases, including intermitting, remitting, and continued fevers; eruptive fevers, inflammations, hemorrhagies and the profluvia; in which an attempt is made to present, at one view, whatever, in the present state of medicine, it is requisite for the physician to know, respecting the symptoms, causes, and cure of those diseases; with experimental essays, on certain febrile symptoms, on the nature of inflammation, and on the manner on which opium and tobacco act on the living animal body.
Published and sold by Oliver D. Cooke [etc.],
|Edition:||1st American from the 2d English ed.|
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