Revolutionary Medicine, 1700-1800

Revolutionary Medicine, 1700-1800

Book - 1997
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From "bite-the-bullet" anesthetics to on-the-spot amputations, this volume presents a sometimes funny, sometimes gruesome, and always informative account of early American medicine, culminating in the burst of advances triggered by the medical crisis of the Revolutionary War.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, 1997
ISBN: 9780791045329
0791045323
Branch Call Number: 973.375 Wi
Description: 88 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm

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