3 edition of Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France found in the catalog.
Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France
Robert Thomas Crosfeild
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 2022, no. 9).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2022, no. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France By Robert Thomas Crosfeild The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press.
Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France, in the year with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, and of the methods proper to render its use more extensive and easy; (written during his confinement in the Tower) by.
Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France: in the year ; with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, And Of The Methods Proper To Render Its Use More Extensive And Easy ; (written During His Confinement In The Tower) by R.T. Crosfeild, M.D.
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Dupont: made in The National Convention of France, on the subjects of religion and public education. Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France: in the year ; with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, by R.
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The fine b. The ducking stool c. The stocks d. The brank 4. Schreiber describes 30 cases among the German prisoners of war captured in the beginning ofwhich were diagnosed as purpuric rheumatism.
Arneth recounts that sporadic cases of scurvy occurred among the German troops, especially among the older soldiers, and that in many cases this was combined with the hunger edema.Most were proles or common criminals, and a few others were Party political prisoners.
The common criminals were far less afraid. They fought against the prison guards, wrote on the walls, yelled back at the telescreen, and blatantly ate the food they had smuggled in, while the Party prisoners sat in terrified, obedient silence.The earliest signs of scurvy (fatigue and lassitude) may emerge in humans some 12 weeks after removal of dietary vitamin C, and the more overt traditional signs (hemorrhagic spots under the skin [petechiae], softening of the gums, and defective wound healing) after some 17 to 26 weeks of deprivation.