A treatise of the asthma

Publication Date1698
RemainderDivided into four parts. In the first is given a history of the fits, and the symptoms preceding them. In the second, the cacochymia which disposes to the fit, and the rarefaction of the spirits which produces it, are described. In the third, th accidental causes of the fit, and the symptomatic asthmas are observed. In the fourth, the cure of the asthma fit, and the method of preventing it is proposed. To which is annext a digression about the several species of acids distinguish'd by their tastes. And 'tis observ'd how far they were thought convenient or injurious in general practice by the old writers, and most particularly in relation to the cure of the asthma
Extent[40], 247, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Richard Wilkin, at the King's-Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard


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