2 edition of young stethoscopist found in the catalog.
Henry I. Bowditch
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Student"s aid to auscultation|
|Statement||by Henry I. Bowditch, M.D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, -303,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
The Young Stethoscopist. January Reginald Fitz; and found myself wondering how it happened that a Boston book printed nearly a hundred years ago and as *Presented at a dinner of The Young Stethoscopist or the Student's Aid to Auscultation. New York: Hafner, Series: New York Academy of Medicine Series, no. 8vo. ix, vii, pp. Original printed wrappers. Ownership signature. Very good. [ ] Introduction by Saul Jarcho. Reprint of the classic that introduced, "the formal acceptance of physical diagnosis
BOWDITCH, HENRY 1. The Young Stethoscopist or the Student's Aid to Auscultation. New York, With an introduction by Dr. Saul Jarcho. BURNS, ALLAN. Observations on Some of the Most Frequent and Impor- tant Diseases of the Heart. Edinburgh, With an introduction by Dr. Dickinson W. Richards. HALES, STEPHEN. Statical Essays: :// The American physician Henry Ingersoll Bowditch () did research on chest diseases and established the first board of health in Massachusetts. He was also an ardent antislavery crusader. Henry I. Bowditch, son of the mathematician Nathaniel Bowditch, was born on Aug. 9, , in Salem, Mass. He graduated from Harvard College in , earned his
1. Author(s): Bowditch,Henry I(Henry Ingersoll), Title(s): The young stethoscopist. [Facsim. of the New York, ed.]. Country of Publication: United Henry Ingersoll Bowditch w. ,M.D., M.A. Boston physician Henry Ingersoll Bowditch made several important contributions to medicine and public health during the nineteenth century.â His book The Young Stethoscopisr signalled â the formal acceptance of physical diagnosis in the United Statesâ according to clinician-historian Saul Jarcho.â Born in Salem, Massachusetts, in
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In he published The Young Stethoscopist, dealing with diseases of the chest. Five years later he advocated paracentesis (puncturing of the pleural cavity to drain liquid deposits) and showed how the technique had become less complex and :// A hundred and three years ago, Dr.
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AUSCULTATION and percussion of the chest are still extremely valuable diagnostic tools in the hands of the skilled clinician, despite widespread reliance on chest roentgenograms and blood tests and the resulting atrophy of basic physical diagnosis techniques.
The expiratory wheezes of asthma, the 30) The Young Stethoscopist by Bowditch. 31) Short Introduction to Anatomy by Carpi. 32) ANEURYSMS (DE ANEURYSMATIBUS) by Lancisi. 33) Diseases of the Spinal Chord by Marie. 34) The Hidden Causes of Disease by Benivieni.
35) Years of a Doctor's Life by Rosen. 36) Selected Readings in the History of Physiology by Fulton. 37) Two Works of The young stethoscopist, or, the student's aid to auscultation. Jan ; The pool of information presented in this book has been created by the scholarship of these ten men.
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Published Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Health, . Description xi, p.: color illustrations ; 23 cm. Other titles Auscultation skills. Notes Preceded by Auscultation skills. 4th ed. c Includes bibliographical references (page ) and index.
Contents Henry Ingersoll BowditchThe American physician Henry Ingersoll Bowditch () did research on chest diseases and established the first board of health in Massachusetts.
He was also an ardent antislavery crusader. Source for information on Henry Ingersoll Bowditch: Encyclopedia of World Biography ://