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A new theory of consumptions : more especially of a phthisis, or consumption of the lungs. Wherein, After a brief History of the Distemper, its various Symptoms throughout its several Degrees, and every minute Step it takes, from its first invading the Patient, to its final Termination, Enquiry is made Concerning the Prime, Essential, and hither to accounted Inexplicable Cause of that Disease, so very Endemick to this Nation, and generally fatal to those it seizeson. With an Account Of the great Number of Medicines, and various Methods of Cure recommended for Consumptions ; and the different Opinions of Authors concerning them. Also The Possibility of Healing Ulcers in the Lungs asserted, the strongest Objections against it answered, and a different and more probable Method of Cure advanced, than commonly practised. Likewise Directions about Eating, Drinking, Sleeping, Exercise, and way of Living in general, proper for Consumptive Persons. By Benjamin Marten, M.D. Preview this item
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A new theory of consumptions : more especially of a phthisis, or consumption of the lungs. Wherein, After a brief History of the Distemper, its various Symptoms throughout its several Degrees, and every minute Step it takes, from its first invading the Patient, to its final Termination, Enquiry is made Concerning the Prime, Essential, and hither to accounted Inexplicable Cause of that Disease, so very Endemick to this Nation, and generally fatal to those it seizeson. With an Account Of the great Number of Medicines, and various Methods of Cure recommended for Consumptions ; and the different Opinions of Authors concerning them. Also The Possibility of Healing Ulcers in the Lungs asserted, the strongest Objections against it answered, and a different and more probable Method of Cure advanced, than commonly practised. Likewise Directions about Eating, Drinking, Sleeping, Exercise, and way of Living in general, proper for Consumptive Persons. By Benjamin Marten, M.D.

Publisher: London : Printed for R. Knaplock, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard ; A. Bell, at the Cross Keys and Bible in Cornhill ; J. Hooke, at the Flower de Luce against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, and C. King, at the Judge's Head in Westminster-Hall, MDCCXX. [1720]
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OCLC Number: 723518503
Notes: With a half-title.
The final eleven unpaginated leaves contain a contents list.
Price from imprint: price 3s. 6d.
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Description: 1 online resource (Online-Datei ([4], xii, 186, [22] Seiten)

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