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A system of the practice of medicine

by Lewis, William

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Published by printed for J. Murray and J. Johnson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine

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    Statementfrom the Latin of Dr. Hoffman. In two volumes. By the late William Lewis ... ; revised and completed by Andrew Duncan ...
    ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ; 8o.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25902233M

    role of the drug in the practice of medicine, based on efficacy and safety data along with consideration of misuse potential, severity and prognosis of the disease, etc. The concept may be applied to a single drug or in comparisons between two or more drugs used for the same condition”. Classification of Drugs. Phase 2: Preparation and labelling of the prescribed medicine Selecting or preparing the medicine Labels Record keeping regarding the supply of medicine Schedule 1 record Prescription book Phase 3: Provision of information and instructions to the patient.

    More editions of A text-book of the theory and practice of medicine by American teachers: A text-book of the theory and practice of medicine by American teachers: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, This book will serve readers everywhere as a core text that integrates medical science with clinical medicine, conveying key knowledge and practical advice in a highly accessible and readable format. The opening section describes the fundamentals of genetics, immunology, infectious diseases and population health, and discusses the core.

    FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE IN ORIGINAL CLOTH of Osler's magnum opus: One of the most influential textbooks of general medicine ever written Norman. During his first four years in Baltimore, Osler had relatively few duties. The routine work in the hospital being performed by his residents, he was free to devote more time to writing. The principal result was his Principles and Practice of. Folk curers throughout the world continue to practice humoral medicine, but in Asia along educated physicians maintain its learned traditions. Thus, in these societies the great and little traditions of humoral medicine coexist with cosmopolitan medicine, which draws upon modern science and modes of professional organization.


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