Vade mecum: or, A companion for a chirurgion. Fitted for times of peace or war. Briefly shewing the use of every instrument necessary, and the vertues and qualities of such medicines as are ordinarily used, with the way to make them ... Together with the manner of making reports ... Also a treatise concerning bleeding at the nose. /
Printed by E.C. for Tho. Williams ...,
|Edition:||The fourth edition corrected, with the addition of directions, for vomiting and purging.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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