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An inquiry into the efficacy of Bath waters in palsies

Rice Charleton

An inquiry into the efficacy of Bath waters in palsies

By R. Charleton, M.D. ...

by Rice Charleton

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Published by printed by R. Cruttwell, for W. Taylor; and sold by R. Baldwin, London in Bath .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3010, no. 3.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination96p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16872692M

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An inquiry into the efficacy of Bath waters in palsies by Rice Charleton Download PDF EPUB FB2

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.

An inquiry into the efficacy of Bath waters in palsies.: By R. Charleton, M.D. Physician to the General Hospital. London, 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.

Published also in as the second of the editor's Three tracts on Bath water. He published a second tract, ‘An Inquiry into the Efficacy of Bath Waters in Palsies,’ and reprinted it inwith his first publication and ‘Tract the Third, containing Cases of Patients admitted into the Hospital at Bath under the care of the late Mr.

Oliver, with some additional Cases and Notes,’ the whole making an octavo of   He published a second tract An Inquiry into the Efficacy of Bath Waters in Palsies, and reprinted it inwith his first publication and Tract the Third, containing Cases of Patients admitted into the Hospital at Bath under the care of the late.

The account 6 of Palsie after the Cholick, when studied with the work of a later Bath physician, Dr. Rice Charleton, [quot]I An Inquiry into the Efficacy of Bath Waters in Palsies,[quot] published in its fullest form inshows that the great reputation of the waters in the cure for paralysis had a real foundation.

The city continued to attract attention and gain in popularity. Then along came Thomas Guidott, a chemistry and medical student. He moved to the town inand became fascinated with the waters, writing two different articles, “A discourse of Bathe and the waters there ” and “Some enquiries into the nature of the water.” With the two.

REFERENCES Bradley J.E. Year Book of Pædiatrics p. Chicago Browning E. Toxicity of Industrial Metals London Charleton R. An Enquiry into the Efficacy of Bath Waters in Palsies (second tract in Three Tracts on Bath Water) Bath Huxham J.

Opusculum de Morbo Colico Damnoniensi London Jolliff C.R. Heidrick P.J. Charleton R () An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. Oxford: Clarendon. Falconer W () A practical dissertation on the effects of the medicinal effects of the Bath waters.

London and Bath: Robinson & Crutwell. 3rd edition Bath: Meyler and London: Robinson, pp 29,99, records ofthe Bath Hospital2 from to to identify cases and to showthat Bath spa therapy was indeed ofvalue in its treatment.3 During this period of years, 3, patients ( per cent of the total admissions) were admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis ofparalysis due to.

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