The hospital-Surgeon: or, a new, gentle, and easie way, to cure speedily all sorts of wounds, and other diseases belonging to surgery. Also, A Discourse on Discover'd Bones; and a Way to Dress, after Trepanning, with a new Instrument invented by the Author. In three parts. I. The Advantages of this Way, and Mischiefs of a contrary Practice propos'd and confirm'd by Reason and Authority. II. Observations of Wounds of all Kinds, and every Part of the Body, quickly cur'd by this Method: with Practical Reflections. III. An Idea of the Author's new Practice in Wounds, and other Cases; and his easie and effectual Remedies; with some Observations and Remarks. By Mr. Belloste, Surgeon-Major to the Hospitals of the French King's Army in Italy.
- Belloste, Augustin, 1654-1730.
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Chirurgien d'hopital. English
London : printed for Tho. Cockerill, at the Three Legs and Bible in the Poultry; and Ralph Smith, at the Bible under the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, 1701.
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