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inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies.
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Charleton, M.D. physician to the General Hospital at Bath. Originally published in as 'An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies'. Reproduction of original from the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. Description: 1 online resource (96 pages). Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.
Other Titles: Inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. Author(s): Charleton,Rice, Title(s): An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies Country of Publication: England Publisher: Oxford.
Description: 96 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo) Language: English Referenced in: ESTC (RLIN) N MeSH: Balneology*; Paralysis/therapy* Notes: Published in under title: An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. A Chymical Analysis of the Bath Waters.
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Oxford: Clarendon. Clifton F (). The state of physick, ancient and modern, briefly considered: with a plan for the improvement of it.
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Bathing has become a rite and a refuge, and this is the first book to lavish due attention on the history of the bath across the centuries and around the world. Although the room for bathing as we know it has existed for only a century, public baths wee institution in ancient cultures; and, of course, beginning n the Renaissance, bathing was Cited by: 5.
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Baker was apparently a great believer in spa treatment and many patients with Devonshire colic were admitted to the hospital at Bath. In Rice Charlton published An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. Among the cases he analysed over the fifteen years from tothere were suffering from cider and bilious Author: Ian Maxted.
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Introduction • NICU is a “hostile environment”File Size: KB. Talking about his recent research into the psychological effects of bathing, he said: I found that bathing improved general psychological wellness radically.
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Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Although numerical approaches were used by John Graunt to analyse patterns of mortality in 17th-century London, 1 it was not until the early 18th century that numbers began to be used to assess the effects of medical interventions.
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