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Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease
Hales, Charles surgeon
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1991. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4906, no. 15).
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THE VENEREAL DISEASE. (Concluded.) Recent cases of the venereal disease are the most simple of any of cure. Wlhen the disease is circulating in the blood, the seat of it must be attacked by carrying mercury into the constitution; but sometimes the absorbents will not take lup the remedy, in which case every prepara tion of mercury should be tried. It will also be necessary to rub the swelling with mercurial ointment. Rub twice a day. This treatment is all intended to scatter the Bubo & to prevent the formation of matter. But if there is evidence that the matter has formed, the mercurial ointment need not be used any longer. The bathing may be continued.
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Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease: in any degree whatever, and all gleets curable: Proved by a Variety of Examples, selected from no less than Six Hundred and Seventy Cases.
To these are annexed, other particular cases of the venereal disease. Two extraordinary cases of the leprosy, one of which was Hereditary ; and. Author(s): Hales,Charles,surgeon. Title(s): Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease, in any degree whatever, and all gleets curable : to these are annexed, other particular cases of the venereal disease ; two extraordinary cases of the leprosy / by Charles Hales Edition: The fourth edition.
Author(s): Hales,Charles,surgeon. Title(s): Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease, in any degree whatever ; and all gleets Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease book : to these are annexed, other particular cases of the venereal disease ; two extraordinary cases of the leprosy / by Charles Hales.
Salivation Not Necessary for the Cure of the Venereal Disease, in Any Degree Whatever, and All Gleets Curable To These Are Annexed, Other Particular Cases of the Venereal Disease Two Extraordinary Cases of the Leprosy\The Fourth Ed by Charles Hales Paperback, 74 Pages, Published by Gale Ecco, Print Editions ISBNISBN: Suffering Venereal Disease in the Early Eighteenth Century.
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But it is incumbent on us to obviate a conclusion we do not admit of; and therefore, that we should attempt a difficult problem, which is, to explain here in what manner mercury does cure the venereal disease. We are well persuaded that it does it by increasing the excretions, by which the poison is thrown out of the body.
THE famous Italian BOLUS [large round pill], has so great success in the cure of the venereal disease, that not one of the great numbers that daily take it miss of a perfect Cure; and though so very cheap as 2s.
each, yet four polusses [large pills] never fail to root out and carry off the most malignant, virulent, and obstinate kind of the. In general syphilis was not a very easy disease to hide. The symptoms of the disease, pocks and pustules, were very visible.
The traditional treatments for venereal disease were also not very discreet. Salivation with mercury required patients to stay inside for protracted lengths of time while the venereal venom was sweated out of their body. This article looks at the causes of venereal diseases among sailors and pirates during the golden age of piracy, the symptoms of different venereal diseases and how ship's surgeons treated them.
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In his book Deadwood, Pete Dexter depicted Wild Bill Hickok as suffering from some form of venereal disease (VD) and more so from the remedies of the day. The historical accuracy of Bill’s condition was probably fictional.
Dexter’s depiction of Bill’s misery, however, can help us examine the true nature of VD in the Old West, and how these disorders. Book Description: This book explores how London society responded to the dilemma of the rampant spread of the pox among the poor.
Some have asserted that public authorities turned their backs on the "foul" and only began to offer care for venereal patients in the Enlightenment. Get this from a library. Salivation exploded: or, a practical essay on the venereal disease, fully demonstrating the Inefficacy of Salivation, and recommending an approved Succedaneum.
Illustrated With some remarkable Cases, which had withstood Three, Four, or Five Salivations, and were afterwards cured, by that safe, easy and certain Method, the Alternative One, of.
Necessary to be Read and Observ'd by All Persons that Ever had, (many other Diseases being occasion'd by the Venereal Taint and Mercury) Now have, or at any time May have, the Misfortune of that Distemper, in order to prevent their being Ruin'd by Ignorant Pretenders, Quacks, Mountebanks, Impostors, &c.
whose Notorious Practices are clearly. (sweating and salivation) that aided the purging process. Although mercury had, in fact, very limited therapeutic value for venereal disease - and large doses caused mercury intoxication - Horlock regarded painful side-effects as proof that the purging process was underway.
Thisdewood's recovery was no exception. The evacuant effects of mercury have ge' nerally been thought necessary to eradicate the poison of syphilis, and especially the flow of saliva has been considered essential to the cure: accordingly, in all ages this medicine has been administered with the in- tention of producing salivation to a greater or less extent, and with 'a greater or.
Venereal Disease. This is one type of sexually transmitted disease that many have heard of and few want to experience. This can be a very difficult one to deal with as it may not only put a person at risk for exposing others, but it may be painful in the process.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), also referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), are infections that are commonly spread by sexual activity, especially vaginal intercourse, anal sex and oral sex. STIs often do not initially cause symptoms, which results in a greater risk of passing the disease on to others.
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