3 edition of Annals of influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever in Great Britain from 1510 to 1837 found in the catalog.
by Sydenham Society [by C . and J. Alard, Printers ]
Written in English
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Author: Theophilus Thompson: Editor: Theophilus Thompson: Publisher: Sydenham Society, Length: pages. Influenza, or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever: An Historical Survey of Past Epidemics in Great Britain From (Classic Reprint) [Thompson, Edmund Symes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Influenza, or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever: An Historical Survey of Past Epidemics in Great Britain From (Classic Reprint)Author: Edmund Symes Thompson. present participle of sipThe act of taking a sip. Theophilus Thompson, Annals of Influenza Or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever in Great Britain from to (page ) But, in general, a few days' confinement, abstinence from flesh meat, and frequent sippings of some tepid pectoral drink, sufficed for the cure.
New England epidemic Unknown cause. Latest research suggests epidemic(s) of leptospirosis with Weil syndrome. Classic explanations include yellow fever, bubonic plague, influenza, smallpox, chickenpox, typhus, and syndemic infection of hepatitis B and hepatitis D.Italy: – – Italian plague: PlagueDuration: Human history.
Influenza Research and the Medical Profession in Eighteenth-Century Britain* - Volume 25 Issue 1 - Margaret DeLacy and Thompson, Theophilus, Annals of Influenza or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever in Great Britain from to (London, ) (hereafter cited as Thompson, 45 “An Account of the Epidemic Disease, called the Influenza, Cited by: 5.
Title(s): Annals of influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever in Great Britain from to Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Sydenham Society, Description: xvi, p.
ill. Language: English Referenced in: Garrison-Morton (5th ed.) Notes: Later ed. has title: Influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever. Origin of the Pandemic Influenza Virus.
The – influenza pandemic was caused by an influenza A virus of the H1N1 subtype. Sequence analysis suggests that the ultimate ancestral source of this virus is almost certainly avian [10, 11].This is not an unexpected finding: the enteric tracts of waterfowl such as ducks and geese serve as reservoirs for all Cited by: Early herald wave outbreaks of influenza in prior to the pandemic of An almost identical epidemic of purulent bronchitis with bronchopneumonia, Annals of Influenza or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever in Great Britain from toSydenham Society, London ()Cited by: 6.
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Theophilus Thompson, Annals of Influenza Or Epidemic Catarrhal Fever in Great Britain from to (page ) But, in general, a few days' confinement, abstinence from flesh meat, and frequent sippings of some tepid pectoral drink, sufficed for the cure.
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Further Report and Papers on Epidemic Influenza, With an Introduction by the Medical Officer of the Local Government Board: Author: Great Britain. Local Government Board: Publisher: H.M. Stationery Office, Original from: University of Chicago: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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