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Fourteen illustrated precautions to be taken when handling blood or fluids contaminated with blood, in order to avoid transmitting HIV, hepatitis B and other related infections; an advertisement for AIDS prevention by the Eusko Jaurlaritza Gobierno Vasco. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
A treatise on the nature of scrofula : in which an attempt is made to account for the origin of that disease on new principles; illustrated by various facts and observations explanatory of a method for its complete eradication; together with an appendix, containing several interesting cases.
- Farr, William, active 1820.
Tentamen chemico-medicum inaugurale, De contagio : quod, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate reverendi admodum viri, D. Georgii Baird, S.S.T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae praefecti, necnon amplissimi Senatus Academici consensu, et nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae decreto, pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, eruditorum examini subjicit Joannes Ford Davis, Anglus, Soc. Reg. Med. Edin. necnon Lyc. Med. Lond. soc.
- Davis, John Ford.
Researches to establish the truth of the Linnaean doctrine of animate contagions : wherein the origina, causes, mode of diffusion, and cure, of epidemic diseases, spasmodic cholera, dysentery, plague, small pox, hooping cough, leprosy ... are illsutrated by facts from the natural history of mankind, of animals, and of vegetables, and from the phenomena of the atmosphere
- Neale, Adam, -1832.
A woman and child caring for a man sick with AIDS in bed with further illustrations demonstrating how to protect from and prevent AIDS (French version); an advertisement for AIDS education from the Ministry of Health AIDS Control Programme. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995 (?).
- Uganda. Ministry of Health.
The influence of tropical climates on European constitutions ; to which is now added, an essay on morbid sensibility of the stomach and bowels, as the proximate cause, or characteristic condition of indigestion, nervous irritability, mental despondency, hypochondriasis, &c. &c. preceded by observations on the diseases and regimen of invalids, on their return from hot and unhealthy climates
- Johnson, James, 1777-1845.