essay upon the effects of camphire and calomel in continual fevers illustrated by several cases : to which is added, an occasional observation upon the modern practice of inoculation : and from the whole is deduced an argument in support of the opinion, that the alimentary canal is the principal seat of a fever by Daniel Lysons

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  • Camphor,
  • Calomel,
  • Fever

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Nothing but vulgar experience has taught us to reject the potato ball and cook the tomato. So of most of our remedies. The subchloride of mercury, calomel, is the great British specific; the protochloride of mercury, corrosive sublimate, kills like arsenic, but no chemist could have told us it would be so.

Upon the Causes and Effects of the the. Epidemic Disease. Which raged in Philadelphia from the month of August till towards the middle of December A few days after my arrival at Philadelphia, the seventh of August,it was reported many persons had. The hot, dry weather was dreaded as a harbinger of other fevers to come.

Beginning in JulyPhiladelphia experienced a major influx of refugees from the West Indies, where the combined effects of a slave revolt and epidemic disease led to the panicked flight of European settlers, mainly by: 9.

Calomel and other mineral drugs and heroic treatments were used by the. formally trained, or allopathic, physicians. Allopathists believed that reme-dies should produce effects opposite to those of the diseases under treatment.

Opposed to the Allopathists were the Homeopathists, a small but active. Farther Observations on the Effects of Camphire and Calomel Being an Appendix to Essays upon these Subjects formerly published, Bath, Family.

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MD Oxford. Physician to Bath Pauper Charityand to Bath Gen Hospital (Governor ). Publicised the medical use of camphor and cardamine. BD Further Observation upon the Effects of Camphire and Calomel. ; Practical Essays upon Fevers, ; various papers inPhilosophical Transactions and other medical journals.

Upon this principle it is weighed out, or no scope will be allowed to daily varying de- that full doses of calomel - doses, I mean, of from ten to mands of instinctive appetite; but such a modification of his twenty grains-may be administered in urgent cases, and ordinary food as each sane man, freed from the idols of theory smaller quantities.

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The name of medicine is thought to have been given from 'moderation', modus, that is, from a due proportion, which advises that things be done not to excess, but 'little by little', paulatim. For nature is pained by surfeit but rejoices in moderation.

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These were blood letting, cool air, cold drinks, low diet, and application of cold water to the body. He began by drawing a small quantity of blood at a time. The appearance of it when drawn, and its effects upon the system, satisfied him of its safety and efficacy, and encouraged him to proceed.

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