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A system of electrotherapeutics as taught by the International correspondence schools, Scranton, Pa.

  • International Correspondence Schools.
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1899-1902
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Publication/Creation

Scranton : The Colliery engineer company [etc.], 1899-1902.

Physical description

6 volumes : illustrations, plates

Edition

1st ed.

Notes

Vols. 4-6 published by International textbook company
Microfilmed for preservation

Contents

I. Electrophysics; direct currents; electrostatics; magnetism and electromagnetism; essential apparatus, with practical questions and examples.--II. Electrophysiology; technique and physiology of static currents; physiology of direct currents; physiology of alternating currents and hydro-electric methods; the X rays, with practical questions.--III. Electrotherapy; therapeutics of static electricity; therapeutic uses of electricity in gynecology, with practical questions.--IV. Electricity in diseases of the nervous system; electricity in surgery.--V. Electrotherapy; physics of Roentgen rays; skiagraphy; practical applications of Roentgen rays; electricity in dentistry.--VI. Electrotherapy; physics of light and cautery; electricity in diseases of the eye, ear, nose, and throat; electricity in genito-urinary diseases

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Languages

  • English


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This material has been provided by the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University, through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University.

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