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A second essay on burns, in which an attempt is made to refute the opinions of Mr Earle and Sir W. Farquhar lately advanced on the supposed benefit of the application of ice in such accidents : with cases and communications confirming the principles and practice brought forward in a former essay.
- Kentish, Edward, -1832.
A letter on the great utility of Captain Jekyll's patent portable vapour bath, in the cholera morbus of the East Indies, and the yellow fever of the West Indies : containing a chapter of accidents on gout, rheumatism, pulmonary disorders, and the effects of colds and chills on the labouring classes of this country addressed to Sir Henry Halford.
- Kentish, Edward, -1832.
An essay on burns, in two parts : principally on those which happen to workmen in mines, from the explosions of carburetted hydrogen gas: containing also a view of the opinions of ancient, and modern authors upon the treatment of accidents by fire: and including a variety of cases conducted upon different principles ...
- Kentish Edward, -1832.
Observations on the use of vapour, tepid, and other baths : shewing in what cases they may be used with advantage, and where recourse to them may be attended with danger : also, remarks on the diseases to which they supply the most effectual remedy : the whole being illustrated with a series of cases equally interesting and extraordinary, in which the utility of bathing is so developed as to make it clear to the meanest understanding, under that circumstances that favourite recreation may be enjoyed with safety and benefit
- Kentish, Edward, -1832
The utility and importance of fumigating baths illustrated, or, A series of facts and remarks, shewing the origin, progress, and final establishment (by order of the French Government) of the practice of fumigations for the cure of various diseases, of the joints, paralytic affections, gout, rheumatism, bilious and nervous disorders, all complaints of long standing, and diseases of the skin
- Green, Jonathan, 1788?-1864.
A justification of the right of every well educated physician of fair character and mature age, residing within the jurisdiction of the College of Physicians of London, to be admitted a fellow of that corporation, if found competent, upon examination, in learning and skill : together with an account of the proceedings of those licentiates who lately attempted to establish that right; including the pleadings of the counsel, and the opinions of the judges, as taken in short-hand by Mr. Gurney
- Stanger, Christopher, 1759-1834.