The Philadelphia Medical Museum, Τόμος 1

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John Redman Coxe
John Redman Coxe, 1805
Includes a section called Medical and philosophical register.

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Additional remarks and proof on the ſame ſubječt 224
35
Fatal influence of the Shamaul or hot wind of the deſart ibid
36
Brickells proof of an exceſs of alkali in the ſtomach ibid
37
Michelottis reſearches reſpecting the action exerciſed by caloric on
38
a violent caſe of Yellow Fever
43
Otto on the effects of arſenic in three caſes of Eruption
47
Coxes hiſtory of a caſe of Tetanus in which large quantities of the tincture of cantharides were ineffectually employed
52
Rouſſeaus caſe of vaccine and ſmall pox 424
58
Ruſhs Dr Benjamin account of the efficacy of ſugar of lead in curing Epilepſy
60
Ruſhs Dr John account of Reſuſcitation in a caſe of ſuppoſed death from Yellow Fever
62
Phyſicks hiſtory of a caſe of Aneuriſm with a plate
65
Child preſerved by vaccination after 5 days expoſure to ſmall pox 343
66
Io Baldwins account of the Yellow Fever at Liſburn in 1803
67
Azotic Gas abſorbed in reſpiration 349
68
Jamess account of Vaccination at the Alms houſe of Philadelphia c
69
Transfuſion of blood from a ſound to a diſeaſed horſe 35 I
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Coxes obſervations on accidents ariſing from burns ſcalds c
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Strong proof of the prophylactic power of vaccination 353
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Polarity of the needle deſtroyed by garlick ibid
74
Horſefields account of a voyage to Batavia
75
White vitriol its uſe in agues ibid
76
Acetite of zinc in gonorrhoea c ibid
77
Rodmans Table of the comparative temperature of the air and of the water of the ocean in a voyage to Batavia
83
MEDICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL REGISTER 1 Medical graduation in the Univerſity of Pennſylvania
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Election of officers of the college of phyſicians
87
American Philoſophical Society new members admitted c c ibid 4 Miſfiſſippi Society for the acquirement and diſſemination of uſeful knowledge
89
American Academy of the fine arts
90
Diſeaſes in the Philadelphia Diſpenſary
91
Information from LondonChings worm medicine
93
Harriſons opinion of the cauſe of the rot in ſheep
94
Copal varniſh beſt mode of preparing
95
1o Epſom ſalts found in Virginia ibid II Bedford ſprings Penn account of ibid 12 Vaccine virus preſerved moiſt nearly four months
98
Vaccine ſcab beſt mode of preſerving the infection ibid 14 Prophylactic power of the vaccine proved at the inſtitutionGolden Square
99
Dryſdales hiſtory of the Yellow Fever at Baltimore in 1794 No II
121
Williamſons obſervations on Chorea Sanéti Viti I49 17 Coxes account of an Albino
151
Watkins account of the efficacy of yeaſt in typhus fever
156
Paſcaliss account of an abſceſs of the liver terminating favourably by evacuation through the lungs
158
Deweess eſſay on ſuperfoetation
162
Farquhars account of the climate of Jamaica
175
Biſhops deſcription of Dr Phyſicks improved gorget with a plate
186
Hutchinſons deſcription of his improved ſplints with a plate
187
Phyſicks account of the uſe of bliſters in checking the progreſs of mor tification
190
Jennings account of the effects of labour in the cure of pulmonary conſumption
194
Woodhouſes obſervations on the mode of refining camphor with a plate
197
Burtons account of the ſucceſsful treatment of menorrhagia 2 99
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Coxes caſe of vaccine of uncommon magnitude with a plate
305
Biſhops deſcription of Dr Phyſicks improved biſtoury with a plate
307
Hamiltons account of the Agave Americana with a plate 3o8 40 Strongs account of his axle tourniquet with a plate 3II 41 Sims account of the cure of...
316
Ruſhs Dr B account of the cure of conſumption by opium cordial drinks and animal food
318
Churchs obſervations on Goldſons pamphlet c
323
Phillipss account of the purification of pomatum by Charcoal
326
clelion of officers
327
cletion of new members ibid 49 communications c to
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Medical Society of North Carolinaeletion of officers 33o 51 Canine appetiteconſumption of food in ibid 52 Polyphagiacaſe offrom the Bulletin des S...
332
Diſeaſes of the Philadelphia diſpenſary
334
Abſtraćt of meteorological obſervations for 1804
335
Buchholz method of preparing emetic tartar
337
Artificial muſk recommended in hooping cough ibid 58 Charcoal powder in tinea capitis
339
Extent of vaccine inoculation in the ſmall pox hoſpital 34o 6o Sacco on the vaccine infection ibid 60 on the equine and vaccine infection c
341
Artificial peat to prepare
356
Philadelphia Medical Society eleion of officers
357
Notice reſpecting this ſociety
358
Dryſdales hiſtory of the yellow fever at Baltimore in 1794 No IV 261
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Sayres obſervations on dyſentery
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on the cure of an intermittent by naſal hemorrhageand on a chronic intermittent ſuſpended by a ſcald
397
Ankrims caſe of intermittent cured by epiſtaxis 4oo 50 Spences obſervations on vaccination at Dumfries Virginia c c
401
Griffiths Dr E hiſtory and diffection of a caſe of clonic ſpaſm
407
Paſcalis on ſyphilitic agonorrhoea 4Io 53 Stuart on the occaſional injurious effects of leeches
416
Humphreys caſe of palſy cured by lightning c
426
American Philoſophical Societyeleáion of membersdonations c
445
Magellanic premiumconditions of
447
Surplus fundconditions of
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Woodhouſe on the diſcovery of manganeſe in Pennſylvania
449
Otto on the uſe of the vaccine ſcab 45 I
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on the knowledge of the Bramins of the cow pock
453
Decreaſe of deaths from ſmall pox ibid 91 Thorntons remarks on the ſuppoſed temporary efficacy of the vaccine
456
Detection of falſe reports againſt the vaccine ibid 93 Comparative view of the vaccine and ſmall pox
457
Peach trees cultivated from cuttings
459
Dupuytren on the formation of the larynx in cunuchs
461
Buchholzs experiments on hydrargyrus muriatus mitis ibid 97 Death produced in a child from the external uſe of arſenic
462
Faëts reſpecting the gain of the ſea on the land and the reverſe
463
1oo Veau de Launays account of an accident from fulminating ſilver
464
1or Royal Humane ſociety on the means of reſtoring ſuſpended animation
465
1oz Royal Humane ſociety honorary premium c to be adjudged in 1806
467
Pruſſic acid contained in the aqua lauroceraſi ibid 18 Pruffic acid new mode to prepare Ior 19 Palladiuma compound of platina and mercury ibid 20 ...
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A live worm found in the liver Io 24 Suroxygenated muriatic acid ſucceſsfully uſed in Scabies c ibid 25 Burnt ſponge recommended in Bronchocele i...
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Vaccine not a preventive of plague 342
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