A collection of tracts, chirugical and medical [electronic resource] : viz.I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe and speedy way of curing Wounds than heretofore usually practised, with several Experiments. II. The new Light of Chirurgery vindicated from the unjust Aspersions of several unknown Calumniators, &c. III. A Physico-Medical Essay concerning Alkaly and Acid, as they relate to the Cause and Cure of Distempers; with an Account of some Distempers, and the Medicines for the Cure of them: Also a short Digression about Specific Remedies. IV. Further Considerations concerning Alkaly and Acid, wherein the Terms and Nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A Treatise of the Gout, wherein both its Cause and Cure are demonstrated; with some Medicinal Observations concerning the Cure of Fevers, &c. by the means of Acids; with an Account of Experiments, and the Medicines, with their Preparations. VI. The Doctrine of Acids in the Cure of Diseases further asserted, in Answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the History of Blood, &c. Vii. A relation of a sudden and extraordinary cure of a person bitten by a viper, by the means of Acids, &c. The second edition corrected. By John Colbatch, A Member of the College of Physicians. With an alphabetical table to the whole.
- London : printed for Dan. Brown at the Black Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar, 1704.
,568,p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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