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Baas, Johann Hermann, 1838-1909.
Outlines of the history of medicine and the medical profession.
New York, J.H. Vail & co., 1889
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Johann Hermann Baas
|Notes:||Translation of Grundriss der Geschichte der Medicin und der heilenden Standes.|
|Description:||3 preliminary leaves, 1173 pages|
|Contents:||Section 1. The medical culture of those nations who development in medicine is either already closed or is a stationary (or not independent). The History of the most ancient medicine and the medicine of primeval peoples. The medicine of the Egyptians ; The medicine of the ancient Persians (Chaldeans, Babylonians, Assyrians, Syrians, Medes) and Phoenicians (Cartiagenians) ; The medicine of the Jews ; The medicine of the Indians ; The medicine of the Chinese and Japanese ; Medical views and economy among other nations of whom some have disappeared from history, some are stationary in their development and others posses as yet no medical culture of their own (Seythians, Kalmucks, Siamese, Turks, etc., etc.) --
Section 2. The medical culture of those nations whose developmnet in medicine has been or is progressive. The medicine of the Greeks (and Romans) to the downfall of the Western Empire in the year 476. History of ancient medicine ; Medicine from the downfall of the Western Empire to the discovery of America, from A.D. 476-1492. History of medieval medicine ; Medicine from the discovery of America to the close of the first French Revolution by the Consulate, from 1492-1800 A.D. History of more modern medicine ; History of the medicine of the 19th Century. History of the most recent medicine.
|Responsibility:||By Joh. Hermann Baas, M.D. Translated, and in conjunction with the author revised and enlarged, by H.E. Handerson ...|