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|Statement||[by] Kenneth Dewhurst.|
|LC Classifications||R489.S85 A2 1966|
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|Pagination||viii, 191 p.|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||66019348|
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[G G Meynell]. Thomas Sydenham (): His Life and Original Writings [Dewhurst, Kenneth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thomas Sydenham (): His Life and Original WritingsAuthor: Kenneth Dewhurst. This excellent book is in two parts: 67 pages on Sydenham's life and times, followed by the extant writings of "The English Hippocrates" in their original English.
Dewhurst has thus rescued for today's readers the great prose of Sydenham, free from the vagaries of the early translations into Latin and the retranslations back into : William C.
Gibson. Get this from a library. Thomas Sydenham (): his life and original writings. [Thomas Sydenham; Kenneth Dewhurst]. Thomas Sydenham (10 September – 29 December ) was an English physician. He was born at Wynford Eagle in Dorset, where his father was a gentleman of property. His brother was Colonel William Sydenham.
Thomas fought for the Parliament throughout the English Civil War, and, at its end, resumed his medical studies at en: William Sydenham. Thomas Sydenham. Kenneth Dewhurst. Preview this book Robert Boyle Royalist severall Shaftesbury sicknesse smallpox soever spiritts sweat symptoms syrup tertian thereof theriac things Thomas Sydenham thought treated treatise treatment variolous vent vertue Weymouth wherein William Sydenham wine wrote Wynford Eagle 5/5(1).
Thomas Sydenham () epitomized the reaction of the clinician to abstract and speculative medicine and the pretensions of physicians who behaved as if their scientific research was more significant than medicine practiced at the bedside of the patient.
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The works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D. by Sydenham, Thomas, ; Greenhill, William Alexander, ; Clark Lib. copy: Book-stamp of Dr. A.M. Gardner Addeddate Bookplateleaf Pages: The whole works of that excellent practical physician, Dr. Thomas Sydenham: wherein not only the history and cures of acute diseases are treated of, after a new and accurate method; but also the shortest and safest way of curing most chronical diseases.
Contributor Names Sydenham, Thomas, Thomas Sydenham, (bornWynford Eagle, Dorset, Eng.—died Dec. 29,London), physician recognized as a founder of clinical medicine and epidemiology. Because he emphasized detailed observations of patients and maintained accurate records, he has been called “the English Hippocrates.” Although his medical studies at the University.
Thomas Sydenham (10 September - 29 December ) was an English physician. He was the author of Observationes Medicae which became a standard textbook of medicine for two centuries so that he became known as 'The English Hippocrates'.Among his many achievements was the discovery of a disease, Sydenham's Chorea, also known as St Vitus Dance.
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A Bibliography of Dr. Thomas Sydenham () by Meynell, G.G. Winterdown Books, Folkestone, first edition, Limited to copies for sale. Cloth, 8vo, x mm. xvi, pp, 31 ills. A well-illustrated descriptive bibliography of the English physician Thomsas Sydenham, sometimes called the "English Hippocrates" because of his insistence on clinical observation.
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Thomas Sydenham. Observationes medicae. Thomas Sydenham re-introduced what he thought of as the Hippocratic method of clinical observation based on broad personal experience. Despite his acquaintance with Robert Boyle, John Locke, and other progressive thinkers, Sydenham showed little interest in academic medicine.
He distrusted scientific. “The Works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D.”, p 4 Copy quote As no man can say who it was that first invented the use of clothes and houses against the inclemency of the weather, so also can no investigator point out the origin of Medicine - mysterious as the source of the Nile.
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National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International. “The sound judgement and acute observations of Thomas Sydenham, the English Hippocrates, freed clinical medicine from the last vestiges of medievalism, and set the pattern for further progress” (Dewhurst, Dr.
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English physician Thomas Sydenham stressed the importance of bedside practice and observation. Sydenham was a zealous puritan. His studies at Oxford were cut short by the Civil War, during which he served with the parliamentary army.
He was probably seriously injured during the war, which may have prompted his interest in medicine. Sydenham continued to Nationality: English. Thomas Sydenham Collection.
Print Collection portrait file. Thomas Sydenham. Dates / Origin Date Issued: - Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Topics Public figures Sydenham, Thomas, Genres Clippings Portraits Notes Content: Title from handwritten.
On Thomas Sydenham, his time and work: Kenneth Dewhurst: Dr. Thomas Sydenham (): His Life and Original Writings. London, Includes the controversial “De arte medica” and the “Anatomia,” in addition to “Theologia rationalis” and a number of medical fragments. Hist Psychiatry. Dec;6(24 Pt 4) The contribution of Thomas Sydenham () to the evolution of psychiatry.
Koutouvidis N, Marketos by: 3. THOMAS SYDENHAM (): His Life and Original Writings By John B. DeC. Saunders Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: John B. DeC. Saunders. The English physician Thomas Sydenham () emphasized, in practicing medicine, careful observation and experience and earned the title "English Hippocrates." Born in Winford Eagle, Dorset, the fifth son of a wealthy country gentleman, Thomas Sydenham entered Magdalen College, Oxford, in His studies were interrupted by the outbreak of the.
"Disease is nothing else but an attempt on the part of the body to rid itself of morbific matter." - Thomas Sydenham, (). "Nearly all men die of their medicines, not of their diseases." - Moliere, (). "He's the best physician that knows the worthlessness of most medicines.".
Sir Thomas Sydenham  Smallpox " I don't think there's been any major shift in the medical profession's general approach to new ideas. I don't think there ever will be that kind of wholesale change. Three hundred years ago, when the major disease was smallpox, Sir Thomas Sydenham  developed a new treatment that reduced the death rate from about 50.
Thomas Sydenham (), a noted English doctor, had observed that the rich seemed to have a higher mortality rate from smallpox than the poor. This led him to conclude that contemporary medical treatments, largely inaccessible to the poor, might be more harmful than helpful in mild smallpox cases.
Thomas Dover, a future doctor and a. Thomas Sydenham Biography () Nationality English Gender Male Occupation physician. Thomas Sydenham was born into a prominent family in Dorset, England.
He received a bachelor of medicine degree from Magdalen Hall, Oxford inand a doctor of medicine degree from Cambridge in In he began practicingmedicine in King Street. BOOK REVIEWS, Bull Hist Med,BOOK NOTES G.
G. MEYNELL (comp). Materials for a Biography of Dr. Thomas Sydenham (): A New Survey of Public and Prívate Archives Folkestone, England: Winterdown Books, viii + pp.
£ (limited edition). Sources for the life of Thomas Sydenham are notoriously scant, but G. G.The Rev. John Whitefoot, M.A., Rector of Heigham, in Norfolk, in his "Minutes for the Life of Sir Thomas Browne," says, that had it been his province to preach his funeral sermon, he should have taken his text from an uncanonical book—"I mean that of Syracides, or Jesus, the son of Syrach, commonly called Ecclesiasticus, which, in the 38th.Life.
The son of Thomas Coxe, he was born in was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he matriculated ingraduating BA inand MA in He took his MD degree at Padua 12 Decemberand was later incorporated at Oxford, in