1 edition of Observations on hay-fever, hay-asthma, or summer-catarrh found in the catalog.
|Statement||by W. Abbotts Smith|
|Contributions||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Beard teaches about hay fever George Miller Beard Observations on hay-fever president of the United States Hay Fever Association. He wrote a book about hay fever called "Observations on the Nature, Cause, and Treatment of Hay-Asthma" and he dedicated it. Author(s): Smith,Wm Abbotts(William Abbotts) Title(s): Observations on hay-fever, hay-asthma or summer-catarrh/ by W.
Abbotts Smith. Edition: 3rd ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Robert Hardwicke, Dr. George Beard, in his book "Hay-Fever; or Summer Catarrh: It's Nature and Treatment," said that in Dr.
MacCulloch wrote an essay called "An Essay on the Remittent and Intermittent Diseases," where MacCulloch described hay fever as being caused by "hot houses and green houses," and that it was "caused by hay-fields.". He was not himself a suf- ferer from the disease.
InDr. George Wyld, of London, gives as the probable cause, ** the pollen of hay float- ing in the air." InDr. Abbotts Smith issued a second edition of his ** Observa- tions on Hay Fever, Hay Asthma, or Summer Catarrh." Observations on hay-fevera fourth edition of the same work appeared.
By the s, “hay fever” and “hay asthma” had become widely accepted terms in the medical community. The condition was, however, almost exclusively associated with the elite. InBlackley observed in his paper Experimental Researches on the Nature and Causes of Catarrhus Aestivus that most of his patients suffering from hay fever.
The first modern description of summer catarrh was written by John Bostock (–) of Guy’s Hospital, London. On 16 Marcha he delivered a paper, ‘Case of a periodical affection of the eyes and chest’, to the London Medico-Chirurgical Society, based on his own experience. Bostock painted a vivid picture of the symptoms of his hay fever at.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Used in connection with the treatment of hay fever, the word vaccine is confusing, for it has been applied to two totally different kinds of medicine, the bacterial vaccines and the pollen extracts.
Physicians intending to use vaccines in the treatment of hay fever should make sure which they are using; for the methods and dosage of the one are. Better than nature: the changing treatment of asthma and hay fever in the United States, – physicians used the principle of individual idiosyncrasy to explain observations that some patients were sensitive to certain substances, G.M.
BeardHay-fever, or, summer catarrh: Its nature and treatment. Including the early form, or Cited by: 3. Palynol., 1 () FROM POLLEN ANALYSIS TO MODERN PALYNOLOGY Whereas in the years before Von Post's first pollen diagram, pollen morpholo- gy, hay fever research, studies of pollen in honey, and also observations on fossil pollen were the work of only a very limited number of scientists, Von Post had, in his work, now opened up a line of Cited by: Full text of "Hay-fever, its prevention and cure;" See other formats.
Noting the publication of the sixth edition of 'Hay Fever' (possibly Smith Smith, William Abbotts Observations on Hay-Fever, Hay-Asthma, or Summer Catarrh, 6th edn, London: H. Renshaw Close View the register entry >>) asks where is the hay which is causing such a 'prevalent complaint'.
Abbotts Smith, W,On Hay-Fever, Hay-Asthma, or Summer Catarrh (London: Renshaw) Abbotts Smith, W,On Affections of the Throat and Lungs and their Treatment by the Inhalation of Gases and Medicated Vapours (London: Henry Renshaw [third edition]) Adams, James M,On an improved apparatus for spray inhalations (Glasgow: Author: Barry Murnane, Darragh Murnane, Mark Sanders, Noel Snell.
The nerve-cells of Rossbach in the mucous membrane may be peculiar to the larynx and trachea, as he claims, but further observations are required for the demonstration of this as a special histological fact distinguishing laryngeal from other mucous surfaces.
1 Dic. Eng. des Sci. med. 2 Int. Med. Cong., 3 Ibid. Full text of "An index of diseases, their symptoms and treatment: arranged in alphabetical order, for easy reference: including also a tabular synopsis of diseases, a very full appendix of formulae: arranged in twenty-one classes, directions for sick-room preparations, the use of mineral waters, climates for invalids, etc." See other formats.
Full text of "Diseases of the Throat and Nose, Including the Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Oesophagus, Nasal " See other formats. 1 Abbotts Smith, W,On Hay-Fever, Hay-Asthma, or Summer Catarrh (London: Renshaw) 2 Abbotts Smith, W,On Affections of the Throat and Lungs and their Treatment by the Inhalation of Gases and Medicated Vapours (London: Henry Renshaw [third edition]) 3 Adams, James M,On an improved apparatus for spray inhalations (Glasgow: no publisher) 4.
Breathing Space Breathing Space How Allergies Shape Our Lives and Landscapes GREGG MITMAN YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS / NEW HAVEN & LONDON Portions of material in chapters 1, 2, and 3 of this book were published in different form in the following: ‘‘Hay Fever Holiday: Health, Leisure, and Place in Gilded-Age America,’’ Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77.
The most common form of allergic rhinitis and the most frequent atopic disease is pollinosis (pollen rhinitis, pollen conjunctivitis, pollen asthma, hay fever, hay asthma, hay rhinitis) . The disease was known in Arabic medicine and in the late middle ages it was known as rose fever.
The observations of Dr. Beaumont upon the stomach cf St. Martin, the Canadian, have constituted the source from which many conclusions have been drawn. It appears that the vermicular motion of the s'omach is principally necessary for the perfect digestion of vegetable matter, flesh having been placed in metallic balls and thoroughly digested.
In Dr. William Abbotts Smith published a work with the title,"On Hay-Fever, Hay-Asthma, or Summer Catarrh."* He suggested that strong light and great heat might bring on or make worse the symptoms; and believed also that grass and flowering plants were exciting agents.