3 edition of Cholera, its cure : based on the chemistry of the human body, and confirmed by medical science and pratice ... found in the catalog.
Titl: Caption title Bndg: Bound with other works Prov: Presented by the author. Inscribed To the Royal College of Physicians, Scotland, through the presidentThis material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
|Statement||Preston & Ford, printers|
|Publishers||Preston & Ford, printers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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So, there was a big debate about whether Snow was actually right. Therefore, it is recommended that fecal specimens that test positive for V. Mechanism of action of cholera toxin. In the heavily endemic region of the Indian subcontinent, cholera exhibits some periodicity; this may vary from year to year and seasonally, depending partly on the amount of rain and degree of flooding.
Cholera: Clinical features, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. drops due to dehydration, peripheral pulse is rapid and thready, and urine output decreases with time. According to Colwell, the quality and inclusiveness of a country's health care system affects the control of cholera, as it did in the.
On the basis of sound physiological principles and basic biochemical analyses, Phillips and colleagues saved all but 3 of the 40 patients studied; the 3 patients who died had been admitted in extremis [ ].
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Numerous free-living vibrios are known, some potentially pathogenic. Like plague, cholera too in Europe had a very pronounced seasonality. During his career, Phillips mentored a generation of military and civilian medical scientists, many of whom have made important contributions of their own to the advancement of knowledge about diarrheal diseases and related areas.
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