Vade mecum: or, A companion for a chirurgion Fitted for sea, or land; peace, or war. Shewing the use of his instruments, and virtues of medicines simple and compound most in use, and how to make them up after the best method. With the manner of making reports to a magistrate, or corroner's inquest. A treatise of bleeding at the nose. With directions for bleeding, purging, vomiting, &c. By Thomas Brugis Doctor in Phisic. The seventh edition, amended and augmented With an institution of physic, and seven new treatises, viz. of tumors, wounds, ulcers, fractures, dislocations, lues-venerea, anatomy. By Ellis Prat M.D.
printed for Thomas Flesher at the Angel and Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard,
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