Franklin

MLA

Groeneveld, Joannes. The Rudiments of Physick: Clearly and Accurately Describ'd and Explain'd, In the Most Easy and Familiar Manner, by Way of Dialogue Between a Physician and His Pupil. Under the Following Heads, Viz. I. Physiology: Or, The Nature and Principles of Physick In General. Ii. Hygiena: Which Treats of Health, and Discovers Proper Means, and Remedies, for the Preservation of It. Iii. Pathology: Which Considers the Diseases of the Body and Mind; Their Causes, Nature, Symptoms, &c. Iv. Semeiotica: Which Treats of the Signs and Indications of Health and Disease. V. Therapeuticks: Which Is Employ'd In Finding Out Remedies for Diseases; and the Method of Applying Them to Perfect a Cure. To Which Are Added, Some Methods of Cure In Most Diseases, Both Acute and Chronical, According to the Practice of Dr. Pitcairn, Boerhaave; Mead, and Others. First Collected From the Instructions of a Celebrated Professor of Medicine In the Royal Academy of Paris: and Since Improv'd From the Best Authors, Ancient and Modern; by John Groenvelt, M.d. Now First Translated From the Latin, Revised, and Corrected In the Most Accurate Manner. [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, London, 1753.

APA

Groeneveld, J. (1753). The rudiments of physick: clearly and accurately describ'd and explain'd, in the most easy and familiar Manner, by Way of Dialogue between a Physician and his Pupil. Under the following heads, viz. I. Physiology: Or, The Nature and Principles of Physick in general. II. Hygiena: Which treats of Health, and discovers proper Means, and Remedies, for the Preservation of it. III. Pathology: Which considers the Diseases of the Body and Mind; their Causes, Nature, Symptoms, &c. IV. Semeiotica: Which treats of the Signs and Indications of Health and Disease. V. Therapeuticks: Which is employ'd in finding out Remedies for Diseases; and the Method of applying them to perfect a Cure. To which are added, some methods of cure in most diseases, both Acute and Chronical, according to the Practice of Dr. Pitcairn, Boerhaave; Mead, and others. First collected from the instructions of a celebrated professor of medicine in the Royal Academy of Paris: and since improv'd from the best authors, Ancient and Modern; by John Groenvelt, M.D. Now first translated from the Latin, revised, and corrected in the most accurate manner. [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, London.

Chicago

Groeneveld, Joannes, The Rudiments of Physick: Clearly and Accurately Describ'd and Explain'd, In the Most Easy and Familiar Manner, by Way of Dialogue Between a Physician and His Pupil. Under the Following Heads, Viz. I. Physiology: Or, The Nature and Principles of Physick In General. II. Hygiena: Which Treats of Health, and Discovers Proper Means, and Remedies, for the Preservation of It. III. Pathology: Which Considers the Diseases of the Body and Mind; Their Causes, Nature, Symptoms, &c. IV. Semeiotica: Which Treats of the Signs and Indications of Health and Disease. V. Therapeuticks: Which Is Employ'd In Finding Out Remedies for Diseases; and the Method of Applying Them to Perfect a Cure. To Which Are Added, Some Methods of Cure In Most Diseases, Both Acute and Chronical, According to the Practice of Dr. Pitcairn, Boerhaave; Mead, and Others. First Collected From the Instructions of a Celebrated Professor of Medicine In the Royal Academy of Paris: and Since Improv'd From the Best Authors, Ancient and Modern; by John Groenvelt, M.D. Now First Translated From the Latin, Revised, and Corrected In the Most Accurate Manner. [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, London, 1753.