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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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
Baldwins account of the Yellow Fever at Liſburn in 1803
67
Jamess account of Vaccination at the Alms houſe of Philadelphia c
69
Coxes obſervations on accidents ariſing from burns ſcalds c
72
Horſefields account of a voyage to Batavia
75
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
86
Information from LondonChings worm medicine
93
Epſom ſalts found in Virginia
101
Phoſphorusa mode to obtainpropoſed as preferable to any other 468
104
Bite of a viper cured by aqua kali puri
105
Population of Great Britain
106
Coopers anatomy and ſurgical treatment of Inguinal and Congenital Hernia
107
Longevityextraordinary inſtance of 469
108
Great heat of the anchor of a ſhip during an eruption of Veſuvius ibid
109
Curious effect of anger in a boy ibid
110
A live toad found incloſed in pit coal 600 feet below the ſurface 471
112
A trout caught with two heads ibid 114 Oliferous China radiſh cultivated for its oil ibid 115 Yeaftan artificialas prepared in Germany and Sweden 472
113
Ffirth on Malignant Fever
114
Dryſdales hiſtory of the Yellow Fever at Baltimore in 1794 No II
121
Williamſons obſervations on Chorea Santi Viti
149
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 fuperfætation
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
Phyficks 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
Abſtract of meteorological obſervations for 6 years
201
Extracts from A ſtatement of evidence from trials by inoculation c c c in proof of the prophylactic power of vaccination
215
Additional remarks and proof on the ſame ſubject
224
Hackets ſhort account of the mortality at Duck Creek in 1720
226
Moningtons ſhort account of the mortality at Philadelphia in 1700
227
Fatal influence of the Shamaul or hot wind of the deſart ibid 37 Brickells proof of an exceſs of alkali in the ſtomach ibid 38 Michelottis reſearches reſ...
229
Vaccine ſcab beſt mode of preſerving the infection
231
Iridium and oſmium new metals diſcovered in platina
232
Woodhouſes receipt for an indelible ink ibid 45 Georgia Medical Society inſtituted
233
American Philoſophical Society donations c
234
Jenkss Eſſay on the analogy of Plague and Yellow Fever
235
Ruſhs Elements of Life
238
Bartons Philadelphia Medical and Phyſical Journal ibid 6 Johnſons Friendly Cautions to the heads of families
239
Dryſdales hiſtory of the yellow fever at Baltimore in 1794 No III
241
Farquhars account of the angina maligna
266
Dewees examination of Dr Ofborns opinion of the phyſical neceſ ſity of pain and difficulty in human parturition
270
Proof of the vaccine originating in the greaſe of the horſe
278
Smiths account of a lingular caſe of hemorrhage
284
Account of other ſingular caſes of hemorrhage
286
Burtons account of the ſucceſsful treatment of menorrhagia
290
Watkins account of the efficacy of pokeberry juice in hemorrhoids
291
Sharps account of two caſes of rheumatiſm cured by fear and loſs of blood c c
292
Account of an extraordinary cure of a wounded inteſtine
294
Churchs obſervations on Goldſons pamphlet c
323
Phillipss account of the purification of pomatum by Charcoal
326
clegion of officers
327
clection of new members ibid 49 communications c to
328
Medical Society of North Carolinaelection of officers
330
Canine appetiteconſumption of food in ibid 52 Polyphagiacaſe of from the Bulletin des Sciences Note ibid 53 Stones found in the alimentary canal of...
332
Diſeaſes of the Philadelphia diſpenſary
334
Abtract of meteorological obſervations for 1804
335
Buchholz method of preparing emetic tartar
337
Artificial mulk recommended in hooping cough ibid 58 Charcoal powder in tinea capitis
339
Extent of vaccine inoculation in the ſmall pox hoſpital
340
Sacco on the vaccine infection ibid 6o on the equine and vaccine infeion c
341
Azotic Gas abſorbed in reſpiration
349
Oxyde of Cobalt tried in certain diſeaſes
350
Transfuſion of blood from a found to a diſeaſed horſe
351
Sugar obtained from froſted potatoes
352
Phoſphate of ſodato make ibid 72 Strong proof of the prophylactic power of vaccination
353
Vaccine ſociety of Lauſanne offer a reward to thoſe who take the ſmallpox after vaccination
354
Polarity of the needle deſtroyed by garlick ibid 75 Zincum vitriolatum its uſe to obviate atony c occurring after dyſentery
355
White vitriol its uſe in agues ibid 77 Acetite of zinc in gonorrhæa c ibid 78 Artificial peat to prepare
356
Philadelphia Medical Society eledion of officers
357
Notice reſpecting this ſociety
358
Caldwells ſelection of Medical Theſes
359
Dryſdales hiſtory of the yellow fever at Baltimore in 1794 No IV 261
374
Sayres obſervations on dyſentery
391
on the cure of an intermittent by naſal hemorrhage and on a chronic intermittent ſuſpended by a ſcald
397
Ankrims caſe of intermittent cured by epiſtaxis
400
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 agonorrhea
410
Stuart on the occaſional injurious effects of leeches
416
Humphreys caſe of palſy cured by lightning c
420
American Philoſophical Societyelection of membersdonations c
445
Magellanic premiumconditions of
447
Surplus fundconditions of
448
Woodhouſe on the diſcovery of manganeſe in Pennſylvania
449
Otto on the uſe of the vaccine fcab
451
De Carro on the vaccine ſcab
452
on the knowledge of the Bramins of the cow pock
453
Bremer on the efficacy of vaccination ibid 89 Vaccine inoculationſtatement of from the royal Jennerian ſo ciety c
454
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
Fas reſpecting the gain of the ſea on the land and the reverſe
463
Veau de Launays account of an accident from fulminating ſilver
464
Royal Humane ſociety on the means of reſtoring ſuſpended animation
465
Royal Humane ſociety honorary premium c to be adjudged in 1806
467
Waterhouſes public Lecture on Tobacco c
474
Caldwells Tranſlation of Default on Fractures c
475
Goodwyn on the Connexion of Life with Reſpiration c
479
Notices to correſpondents 120 240 360
480
Pruſſic acid contained in
482
Vaccine not a preventive of plague 342
487

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Σελίδα 98 - Astronomical Observations made at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, chiefly with a view to ascertain the Longitude of that Borough, and as a test of the accuracy with which the Longitude may be found by Lunar Observation, in a Letter from A.
Σελίδα 298 - ... paid into the treasury of the United States the sum of thirty dollars delivered a receipt for the same, and presented a petition to the Secretary of State, signifying a desire of obtaining an exclusive...
Σελίδα 450 - FRANKINCENSE, is to be thrown gently into the fundament, with a proper instrument, or the bowl of a...
Σελίδα 98 - An Account of the Fusion of Strontites, and Volatilization of Platinum, and also of a new arrangement of Apparatus, communicated by Robert Hare, jun.
Σελίδα 428 - The focus of an eleven-and-a-half inch lens, was directed upon a lump of it, confined in a bell-glass, in twelve ounce measures of oxygen gas, over water, when it burnt with a considerable flame, and nearly in the same manner, as the James's river coal, when a blast of atmospheric air is thrown upon it. The gas was afterwards reduced in purity, and contained fifty per cent of carbonic acid gas. "A quantity of the coal red hot, being extinguished under water, produced an inflammable air, without any...
Σελίδα 98 - Observations on the Discovery of Nitre in common Salt, which had been frequently mixed with Snow, in a Letter to Dr.

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