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vindicatory schedule, concerning the new cure of fevers containing a disquisition theoretical and practical, of the new and most effectual method of cureing continual fevers, first invented and delivered, by the sagacious Dr. Tho: Sydenham ... : with an appendix of Sanctorius his Medicina statica, for clearing the doctrine of insensible perspiration, whereupon that hypothesis is founded by Andrew Brown

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Published by Printed by John Reid ...; to be sold be [sic] John Mackie ... in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sydenham, Thomas, -- 1624-1689.,
  • Fever

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Edition Notes

wing B5012.

Statementby Andrew Broun, M.D. --
ContributionsSantorio, Santorio, 1561-1636.
The Physical Object
Pagination[44], 211, [4] p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21829639M

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1. Author(s): Brown,Andrew,fl. ; Santorio,Santorio, Title(s): A vindicatory schedule, concerning the new cure of fevers: containing a. entitled ' AVindicatory Schedule concerning the new Cure of Fevers, containing a disquisition, theoretical and practical, of the new and most effectual method of curing continual fevers, first invented and delivered, by the sagacious Dr. Thomas Sydenham.' Dr. Brown describes his first reactions: ' In the year i, perusing the Search Author: J. S. Stewart. Thomas Sydenham. The English Hippocrates. Birthplace: Wynford Eagle, Dorset, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, St. English physician, born on the 13th of September at Wynford Eagle in Dorset, where his father was a gentleman of property and good pedigree. At the age of eighteen he was Born: Thomas Sydenham (Septem - Decem ), was an English physician.. He was born at Wynford Eagle in Dorset, where his father was a gentleman of the age of eighteen he was entered at Magdalen Hall, Oxford; after a short period his college studies appear to have been interrupted, and he served for a time as an officer in the Parliamentarian army during the English.

  If there were any suspicion that the opposition to him was quite other than political, it would be set at rest by the testimony of Dr Andrew Brown, who went from Scotland to inquire into Sydenham's practice and has incidentally revealed what was commonly thought of it at the time, in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of en: William Sydenham.   Thomas Sydenham: biography 10 September – 29 December Works and innovations Published works His first book, Methodus curandi febres (The Method of Curing Fevers), was published in ; a second edition, with an additional chapter on the plague, in ; and a third edition, further enlarged and bearing the better-known title of . His first book, Methodus curandi febres (The Method of Curing Fevers), was published in ; a second edition, with an additional chapter on the plague, in ; and a third edition, further enlarged in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of Fevers. If there were any doubt that the opposition to him was quite other than political, it would be set at rest by the testimony of Dr Andrew Brown,' who went from Scotland to inquire into Sydenham's practice and has incidentally revealed what was commonly thought of it at the time, in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of Fevers.

His first book, Methodus curandi febres (The Method of Curing Fevers), was published in ; a second edition, with an additional chapter on the plague, in ; and a third edition, in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of Fevers.   If there were any doubt that the opposition to him was quite other than political, it would be set at rest by the testimony of Dr Andrew Brown, who went from Scotland to inquire into Sydenham's practice and has incidentally revealed what was commonly thought of it at the time, in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of Fevers. In. A vindicatory schedule, concerning the new cure of fevers. Edinburgh, ——Bellum medicinale; or, the papers written in defence of Dr. Brown, his publication of the new cure of fevers. Edinburgh, Thomas Sydenham (10 September – 29 December ) was an English physician. His first book, Methodus curandi febres (The Method of Curing Fevers), was published in ; a second edition, in his Vindicatory Schedule concerning the New Cure of Fevers.