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Observations on the diseases of the army.

Pringle, John Sir

Observations on the diseases of the army.

by Pringle, John Sir

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Published by A. Millar [etc.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine, Military,
  • Armies -- Medical and sanitary affairs

  • Edition Notes

    RBSC copy: With the book-label of William Paget.

    ContributionsPaget, William (bookplate)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 355, cxxviii, [31] p.
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22195741M

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London: A. Millar, D. Wilson, and T. Payne. Pringle’s chief published work was Observations on the Diseases of the Army (). Medical procedures outlined in the book addressed problems of hospital ventilation and camp sanitation by advancing rules for proper drainage, adequate latrines, and the avoidance of marshes.Practical observations on the diseases of the army in Jamaica, as they occurred between the years and on the situation, climate, and diseases of that island; and on the most probable means of lessening mortality among the troops, and among Europeans in tropical climates.Observations on the Diseases Which Appeared in the Army on St.

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