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Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers.

Currie, William

Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers.

To which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever.

by Currie, William

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Published by Printed for the author, by William T. Palmer, no. 18, North Third-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yellow fever.,
  • Diseases -- Causes and theories of causation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy William Currie, Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, &c. ; [Two lines of verse]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33590.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 227, [1] p.
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14599467M

    Rush , An Account of the Bilious Remitting and Intermitting Fever as it appear in Philadelphia in , Rush , Medical Inquiries and Observations, Rush July , Observations Upon the Origin of the malignant bilious or yellow fever in Philadelphia and upon the means of preventing it: addressed to the Citizens of. Medical inquiries and observations: containing an account of the bilious and remitting and intermitting yellow fever,as it appeared in Philadelphia in the year Together with an inquiry into the proximate cause of fever; and a defence of blood-letting as a remedy for .

    Bilious Remitting Yellow Fever. as it. Appeared in Philadelphia. in the Year (words in brown were deleted in later editions) by Benjamin Rush [3] Before I proceed to describe the fever which is the subject of the following history, it will be proper to give a short account of the diseases which preceded it. Observations on fevers, &c Author: Griffiths, Elijah, d. Published: () Facts and observations relative to the nature and origin of the pestilential fever, which prevailed in this city, in , , and Published: ().

    Currie, W., Palmer, W. T., & College of Physicians of Philadelphia., Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers: To which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors ; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or . adelphia ), Observations on the Causes and Cure of Remitting or Bilious Fevers (Philadel phia ); William Cullen, First Lines of the Practice of Physic (); Meredith Clymer, Fevers: Their Diagnosis, Pathology and Treat ment (Philadelphia ); Elisha Bartlett, The History, Diagnosis and Treatment of Typhoid.


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Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers. To which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever. Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers: to which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors ; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever.

Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers. To which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever.

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Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library. Bilious fever was a medical diagnosis of fever associated with excessive bile or bilirubin in the blood stream and tissues, causing jaundice (a yellow color in the skin or sclera of the eye).

The most common cause was malaria. Viral hepatitis and bacterial infections of the blood stream may have caused a few of the deaths reported as bilious fever.

The term is obsolete and no longer used, but Differential diagnosis: malaria, viral hepatitis. Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers. To which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever.

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Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers [electronic resource]: To which is a Memoirs of the yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia, and other parts of the United States of Am A treatise on the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever; [electronic resource]:.

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When this loss of tone occurs, while the energy of the brain still retains its vigour, the vis medicatrix. Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers; Observations on the epidemic fever, of the year ; Observations on the epidemic fever, of the year To which are added several cases, as examples of the benefit arising from bleeding, and purging, in the cure of this fever, in its several stages; Observations on the.

Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers [electronic resource]: To which is a Facts and observations, relative to the origin, progress. Of the causes of malignant fevers in. How to prevent diseases arising from putrid PART III.

Of the inflammation of the brain. Of the inflammation of the liver. Of the rheumatism. Observations on coughs and the phthisis pulmo. Of the symptoms of the remitting and. Of the causes of the remitting and.

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An illustration of text ellipses. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag A treatise on the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever; as it lately appeared in the city of Philadelphia Exhibiting a concise view of its rise, progress and symptoms, together with the method of treatment found most successful; also remarks on the nature of its contagion, and directions for preventing the.

Week 7. Cure. An Account of the Bilious Remitting Yellow Fever, as it Appeared in Philadelphia, in the Year () by Dr. Benjamin Rush (). Author(s): Currie,William,; Palmer,William T,; College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Title(s): Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers: to which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors ; and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever/ by William Currie.

Medical facts and inquiries, respecting the causes, nature, prevention and cure of fever: more expressly in relation to the endemic fevers of summer and autumn in the southern states: together with a history of the bilious remitting fever of Alabama, as it appeared in Cahawba and its vicinity in the summers and autumns of and Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers Observations on the epidemic yellow fever of Natchez, and of the South-west Observations on the inflammatory endemic, incidental to strangers in the West Indies from temperate climates commonly called the yellow fever to which is added an appendix, containing abstracts of.

In all these cases its beneficial effects were equally well marked as in the con- tinued and remitting fevers of Bermuda; and I have no doubt, should any of your readers feel disposed to try this mode of treatment in the typhoid fevers of this country, with an unprejudiced mind and an observant eye, the results will prove the truth of these.

Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers ; to which is annexed, an abstract of the opinions and practice of different authors: and an appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever.

Attributed to William Currie by Evans on the basis of a copyright issued by Pennsylvania District to Currie, as author, Janu Cf.

ESTC. Probably issued with Currie's Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers, Philadelphia,with which it is usually bound. Cf. Austin. Signatures: B-C⁴ (C4 blank).Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read 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.During the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia, 5, or more people were listed in the official register of deaths between August 1 and November vast majority of them died of yellow fever, making the epidemic in the city of 50, people one of the most severe in United States the end of September, 20, people had fled the city.