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A popular treatise, containing observations concerning the origin of yellow fever

A popular treatise, containing observations concerning the origin of yellow fever

together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients

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Published by Printed for the author by Geo. Forman in New-York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yellow fever.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jacob Vredenburgh Brower.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 8086.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination99 p.
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17705231M

      After an incubation period of days, most individuals with yellow fever have a mild, self-limited illness consisting of fever, headache, myalgia, and malaise. The clinical presentation is divided into 3 stages: the period of infection, the period of . The Yellow fever outbreak in affected most of the world with the deaths of many. Yellow fever first started when the refugees from the caribbean fled to Philadelphia. Yellow fever was one of the worst outbreaks in America 's history. The information provided in this research essay was found from multiple informational sites and books.

    Mosquitoes that live in tropical regions can spread many different diseases. One of those diseases, yellow fever, is found mainly in Africa and South America. Yellow fever was a dangerous disease for more than years. Today yellow fever is still serious, but it can easily be prevented. A popular treatise, containing, observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients 1; A statement of facts relative to the late fever which appeared in Bancker-Street and its vicinity 1.

    Reddish-brown and extremely bitter, laudanum contains almost all of the opium alkaloids, including morphine and um was historically used to treat a variety of conditions, but its principal use was as a pain medication and cough the early 20th century, laudanum was sold without a prescription and was a constituent of many patent medicines. A treatise on the fevers of Jamaica, with some observations on the intermitting fever of America, and an appendix, containing some hints on the means of preserving the health of soldiers in hot climates. / By Robert Jackson, M.D. ; [Four lines of quotations] Jackson, Robert,


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A popular treatise, containing observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients.

A popular treatise ; containing, observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients.

A popular treatise ; containing, observations concerning the origin of Yellow Fever; together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients.

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The history of the yellow fever, with the most successful method of treatment Item Preview remove-circle. A BRIEF HISTORY OF YELLOW FEVER RESEARCH. YF originated in Africa, and was imported into Europe and the Americas as a consequence of the slave trade between these continents.

1 In the Western Hemisphere, the first recorded epidemic of disease believed to have been YF occurred in the Yucatan in 2 Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries explosive YF outbreaks.

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Recommendations: Recommended for all travelers ≥9 months of age traveling to the following areas. The evolutionary origins of yellow fever most likely came from Africa.

Phylogenetic analyses indicate that the virus originated from East or Central Africa, with transmission between primates and humans, and spread from there to West Africa.

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Yellow fever infection is diagnosed based on laboratory testing, a person’s symptoms, and travel history. There is no medicine to treat or cure infection. A history of the diagnosis, pathology, and treatment of yellow fever 1 A popular treatise, containing, observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients 1.

In some instances, public health officials must be alerted if the traveler was possibly contagious while traveling or infected with a pathogen of public health importance (such as yellow fever or Ebola viruses) at the origin or destination.

During an outbreak such as the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, special screening protocols may be needed. Yellow fever virus originated in Africa and was brought to the western hemisphere during the slave trade era, with the first epidemic reported in in the Yucatan. 2 Over the ensuing years, outbreaks occurred widely in tropical America, the North American coastal cities, and Europe.

3 By the 19th century, it was recognized that yellow. An essay on the disease called yellow fever [electronic resource]: with observations concerning febrile contagion, typhus fever, dysentery, and the plague, partly delivered as the Gulstonian lectures, before the Collge of Physicians, in the years and A memoir on contagion, more especially as it respects the yellow fever: read in convention of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, on the 3d of June, 1 A popular treatise, containing, observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients 1.

Author(s): Brower,Jacob Vredenburgh,; Forman,George,?, Title(s): A popular treatise, containing, observations concerning the origin of yellow fever: together with practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease, and the best methods of nursing fever patients/ by Jacob Vredenburgh Brower, M.D.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New-York: [Printed for. Yellow fever, acute infectious disease characterized by fever, headache, backache, nausea, and vomiting. The skin and eyes may appear yellow, a condition known as jaundice, giving rise to the disease’s popular name.

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Author(s): Shecut, John .A History of the Yellow Fever: The Yellow Fever Epidemic ofin Memphis, Tennessee. Embracing a complete list of the dead, the names of the doctors and nurses employed, names of all who contributed money or means, and the name and history of the Howa (Paperback).

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