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" It generally went off about the fourth day, leaving behind a troublesome cough, which was very often of long duration, and such a dejection of strength as one would hardly have suspected from the shortness of the time. " On the whole, this disorder was... "
Annals of influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever in Great Britain from 1510 ... - Seite 35
1852 - 406 Seiten
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A Treatise on the Continued Fevers

James Cornelius Wilson - 1881 - 365 Seiten
...and such a dejection of strength as one would hardly have suspected from the shortness of the time. " On the whole, this disorder was rarely mortal, unless...the forfeitures of their inconsiderate rashness." Arbuthnot also described this visitation of the disease.1 He regarded the uniformity of the symptoms...
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The Medical Age, Band 10

1892
...fatal." Dr. Huxham winds up his account of the epidemics of 1729 and 1743 in the following words: " On the whole, this disorder, was rarely mortal unless...very great error arising in the treatment of it." His own treatment consisted in the use of diaphoretics, emetics, blisters, pectorals, and bleeding...
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Essays

Sir Morell Mackenzie - 1893 - 306 Seiten
...such a dejection of strength as one would hardly have suspected from the shortness of the time. . . . On the whole this disorder was rarely mortal, unless...the forfeitures of their inconsiderate rashness." The last words contain pretty well the substance of the matter. John Arbuthnot (Pope's " Friend to...
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A System of practical medicine, Band 1

Alfred Lebbeus Loomis - 1897
...such a dejection of strength as one would hardly have susjx'cted from the shortness of the time. " On the whole, this disorder was rarely mortal, unless...the forfeitures of their inconsiderate rashness." Widely extended epidemics prevailed in EurojK- and America in quick succession between the years 17-37...
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The Chicago Medical Recorder, Band 30

1908
...but tliis chiefly happened where there had been an imprudent and untimely use of the lancet. * * * On the whole, this disorder was rarely mortal, unless...making too slight of it, either on account of its being ao common, or not thinking it very dangerous, often found asthmas, hectics, and even consumptions themselves...
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The American Lancet, Band 16

William McDougall - 1892 - 207 Seiten
...or fatal." Dr. Huxham winds up his account of the epidemics of 1729 and 1743 in the following words: "On the whole, this disorder was rarely mortal unless...very great error arising in the treatment of it." His own treatment consisted in the use of diaphoretics, emetics, blisters, pectorals, and bleeding...
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