EDINBURGH HOSPITAL REPORTS . New Craig House , Royal Edinburgh Asylum . By T. S. Clouston , M.D. , F.R.C.P.Ed. One of the great divisions of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum having been this year entirely rebuilt on a new site at Craig House ...
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Author: Edinburgh Hospital
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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A. I know no hospital to which admission is more easy than that of Edinburgh , and few if any where the facility is so great . Every person of respectability is entitled to recommend , whether a contributor to the Hospital or not ...
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16 ° Edinburgh , Turnbull & Spears , 1897 , cil of the above hospital as to their action with Royal Ear Hospital , Soho , London . Annual regard to their late secretary , J. J. Austin . reports of the committee of management for the 24 ...
Edinburgh Hospital Reports , Vol . I , 1893 , Vol . II , 1894. Edited by Drs . Gibson , CATHCART , THOMPSON , and BERRY HARt . ( Young J. Pentland , Edinburgh , Scotland . ) These splendid volumes form a contribution worthy in every ...
Author: Johns Hopkins Hospital
Bound with v. 52-55, 1933-34, is the hospital's supplement: Bulletin of the Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, v. 1-2.
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Hospitals ( Vanagement , etc. , of ) , Lowe ( F. R. Eaton ) . ... Reports for 1901 and 1902 bound with city documents . ... Reports For Biography , see Edinburgh Medical Missionary for 1871 and 1872 , also in : ( P. , v . 2134 ) .
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( 177 ) Annals of Surgery Annual Report of the Asylums Committee Archives of Surgery Asylum News Birmingham Med . ... Dublin Journal of Medical Science Durham College of Medicine Calendar Edinburgh Hospital Reports Edinburgh Med .
( 178 ) Annals of Surgery Annual Report of the Asylums Committee Asylum News Birmingham Med . ... Clinical Journal Doctor Dublin Journal of Medical Science Durham College of Medicine Calendar Edinburgh Hospital Reports Edinburgh Med .
EDINBURGH HOSPITAL REPORTS . Published under the supervision of an Editorial Committee elected by the Medical and Surgical Officers of the Royal Infirmary , Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Royal Maternity and Simpson Memorial ...
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Continues Selected papers of the Carle Hospital Cunic and Carle Foundation . 1. Medicine - period . I. Carle Clinic Association . ... Report . 1945 / 46-1948 ; 1956-61 . Edinburgh , H. M. Stationery Oti . 9 v . in 3 . ISSN 0302-3400 .
Guy's Hospital George Hilaro Barlow, James P. Babington, Edward Cock, Edmund Lloyd Birkett, Alfred Poland, ... Professor of Surgery to the Royal College of Surgeons , and Senior Operating Surgeon to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh .
GUY'S HOSPITAL REPORTS , New Series . ... Report of the Clinical Society by Dr. Finch and Mr. WILKS . ... late Professor of Surgery to the Royal College of Surgeons , and Senior Operating Surgeon to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh .
... “ The Surgical Side of the Royal Infirmary , 1854–92 , Edinburgh Hospital Reports , Vol . 1 , 1893 F. William Cock , Anecdota Listoniensia ' , University College Hospital Magazine , Vol . II , 1911 , No. 2 Anecdota Listoniensia No.
Author: Peter Stanley
Oh, you hurt me, Sir! ... are you going to do it again? - A patient, 1832For Fear of Pain offers a social history of the operating room in Britain during the final decades of painful surgery. It asks profound questions: how could surgeons operate upon conscious patients? How could patients submit? It presents a revisionist view of surgery, hygiene, nursing, military and naval surgery and the introduction of anaesthesia. For Fear of Pain seeks to unite the clinical with the human. Drawing on fresh evidence, it offers powerful insights into the experience of painful surgery. It is populated by the characters, ambitions, and animosities of the 'great men' of contemporary medicine, by the young men who grew into surgeons, and by the patients whose 'fortitude' was so notable.
Story of a Great Hospital : The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh 1729-1929 . Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd , 1937 . ... Five Years Surgery in the Royal Hospital for Sick Children , " Edinburgh Hospital Reports , ed . G.A. Gibson , C.W. Cathcart ...
Author: Ely Liebow
Publisher: Popular Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In 1892, Arthur Conan Doyle, famous almost overnight as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, wrote to his former medical school mentor, Dr. Joseph Bell: "It is to you that I owe Sherlock Holmes." Now the first full-length biography of Joe Bell, as he was affectionately known to all of Edinburgh, has been written. It is a biography for which the world is ready. It turns out that he not only had much in common with the Great Detective, but also with Conan Doyle. Ely Liebow. Emeritus Professor at Northwestern University and former Sir Hugo (Pres.) of Sir Hugo's Companions in Chicago, had access to the good doctor's private Journal; interviewed his great-grandson; tracked down the son of Joe Bell's daughter's gardener; and spoke with a Kentish Lady (appointed a shepherdess on the Downs by the Crown in WWII) who knew Joe Bell and his family. This volume is required reading for all people interested in Victorian medicine, in Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, and in the history of detective fiction.