A Report On Researches On Sprue In Ceylon
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📒A Report On Researches On Sprue In Ceylon ✍ P. H. Bahr
✏A Report on Researches on Sprue in Ceylon Book Summary : Originally published in 1915, this book presents the findings of an investigation into outbreaks of tropical sprue, an intestinal inflammation, on the island of Sri Lanka. Bahr analyses the various symptoms of the disease, which appeared to affect predominantly non-native inhabitants of Sri Lanka, as well as suggesting possible solutions and treatments. The text is illustrated with a number of diagrams, drawings and photographs of sprue symptoms and the microscopic organisms found in connection with the disease. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in medical history or the history of tropical medicine.
📒A Report On Researches On Sprue In Ceylon 1912 1914 ✍ Sir Philip Henry Manson-Bahr
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📒Diarrhea ✍ Michael Gracey
✏Diarrhea Book Summary : This book helps bring the busy practitioner up to date with recent developments in research on diarrhea that has taken place over the past 10 years. The causes of diarrhea are very diverse and include infections, allergies, chronic inflammatory diseases, tumors and inborn errors of intestinal digestion and transport. The global importance of diarrheal deaths and illnessess, as well as the rapid technical advances that have occurred in this field, have generated a vast amount of literature that is not easily accessible to most practicing doctors. This single volume brings this literature together in a logical, concise and clear manner that puts diarrhea and its management into a clinical perspective. Practicing physicians, pediatricians, internists and senior students will find this book of particular interest; it will also be useful for professionals in public health, community medicine, nursing and microbiology who want a comprehensive understanding of diarrhea. Authors from Europe, Britain, Australia, and South America bring authoritative views on this subject, including its importance in developing countries and disadvantaged communities.
📒Critical Reviews In Tropical Medicine ✍ R. K. Chandra
✏Critical Reviews in Tropical Medicine Book Summary : Numerous economic, sociocultural, and health problems continue to impede the optimal progress of many millions of people in the developing countries in tropical and other geographic regions of the world. Thus, tropical medicine has many aspects including parasitology, bacteriology, and virology, environmental sanitation and hygiene, nutrition, pharmacology, immunology, agriculture, eco nomics, political science, anthropology, sociology, and behavioral sciences. Like the mythical Proteus, the individual dealing with tropical medicine must assume many roles. There is a growing recognition of the unique problems of the tropical countries. This has led to concerted efforts by many international agencies to attempt to obtain new tools to control many of the tropical diseases that have defied previous attempts at large-scale control. The involvement of the world's leading scientists and institutions as well as the best talents and resources of the developing countries themselves has inspired considerable research in tropical medicine with an inevitable exponential growth in publications. The new series Critical Reviews in Tropical Medicine is being launched to provide topical state of-the-art critiques of selected subjects in this burgeoning field. Authored by active investigators in their chosen topics, these reviews should be useful for all health professionals, social scientists, and administrators involved in planning interventions, both preventive and therapeutic, in developing regions of the world. Contributions included in Volume 1 span parasitology, infectious disease, immunology, gastroenterology, liver disease, and nutrition.
✏Colonialism Tropical Disease and Imperial Medicine Book Summary : For centuries, cultural imperialism has been practiced by Western colonizing nations seeking to extend their hegemony around the globe. In this insightful study, Hewa sheds new light on the often ignored role that Western medicine has played in this expansionist project. At the center of his analysis, the author cites colonial economic policies both as the facilitator of the spread of epidemic diseases in the tropics and as a vehicle for promoting the superiority of Western medicine that sought their cure. Sri Lanka is the geographical focus of the study, providing the first comprehensive analysis of the impact of European colonial policies on the health and disease of that population. Hewa concentrates primarily on the British and American cultural imperialism and how against this backdrop the intervention of Rockefeller philanthropy in Sri Lanka is examined.
📒The Vitamins ✍ W. H. Sebrell
✏The Vitamins Book Summary : The Vitamins: Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Volume III considers the chemical, physiological, and pathological aspects of several vitamins. This book contains seven chapters. Each chapter discusses the vitamin's nomenclature, industrial preparation, biogenesis, occurrence in foods, effects of its deficiency, and metabolism. Other general topics covered in each chapter include the vitamin's specificity of action, toxicity, pharmacology, detoxification, and therapeutic activity. This volume evaluates vitamins such as p-aminobenzoic acid, pterolglutamic acid, pyridoxine and related compounds, riboflavin, thiamine, tocopherols, and growth factors. This book will be of value to nutritionists, dieticians, food scientists, technologists, and researchers.
📒Tropical Medicine ✍ Gordon Cook
✏Tropical Medicine Book Summary : This superbly illustrated work provides short accounts of the lives and scientific contributions of all of the major pioneers of Tropical Medicine. Largely biographical, the stories discussed enlighten a new generation of scientists to the advances made by their predecessors. Written by Gordon Cook, contributor to the hugely popular Manson’s Tropical Diseases, this report discusses the pioneers themselves and offers a global accounting of their experiences at the onset of the discipline.
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📒Transactions Of The Section On Pathology And Physiology Of The American Medical Association At The Annual Session ✍ American Medical Association. Section on Pathology and Physiology
✏Author : American Medical Association. Section on Pathology and Physiology
✏Release Date : 1924
✏ISBN : UOM:39015070282721
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Transactions of the Section on Pathology and Physiology of the American Medical Association at the Annual Session Book Summary :