1 edition of A text-book of the practice of medicine found in the catalog.
Spine title: Practice of medicine.Includes bibliographies and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Right: A patient with plague is attended by a physician and his attendants. In 1866 he was appointed professor of botany in the auxiliary medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, but in 1876 he relinquished this department to accept the chair of therapeutics. This version is marked U.
Revelations about the nature of genes and single cells have opened a portal for formulating a new molecular basis for the physiology of systems. He was professor of chemistry in the Philadelphia college of pharmacy in 1822-'31, of materia medica in 1831-'5, held the same chair in the University of Pennsylvania in 1835-'50, and that of the theory and practice of medicine in that institution from 1850 till 1860, when he resigned.
He has also published "Researches upon American Hemp," for which a special prize was awarded by the American philosophical society" "Thermic Fever, or Sunstroke" Philadelphia, 1872for which he received the Boylston prize from Harvard university in 1872" "Treatise on Materia Medica and Therapeutics" 1875" 7th ed.
This growth of scientific knowledge is ongoing and accelerating.
In 1865 he endowed an auxiliary faculty of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania composed of five chairs--zoology and comparative anatomy, botany, mineralogy and geology, hygiene, and medical jurisprudence and toxicology--and by will he endowed the Peter Hahn ward of the University hospital.
Left: Petrus de Montagnana, a well-known physician and teacher at the University of Padua and author of an anthology of instructive case studies, consults medical texts dating from antiquity up to the early Renaissance. Jameson J, Fauci AS, Kasper DL, Hauser SL, Longo DL, Loscalzo J.
No greater opportunity, responsibility, or obligation can fall to the lot of a human being than to become a physician.
The two last-mentioned were issued by the Smithsonian institution.
… Tact, sympathy, and understanding are expected of the physician, for the patient is no mere collection of symptoms, signs, disordered functions, damaged organs, and disturbed emotions.
Agnes's hospital in 1886, and has held the same relation to the University hospital since 1870.
, Philadelphia, 1883 et seq.