2 edition of Circular [enclosing prospectus of the Confederate States medical and surgical journal found in the catalog.
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Circular [enclosing prospectus of the Confederate States medical and surgical journal. Richmond, Place of publication not identified, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Confederate States of America.
Surgeon-General's Office. OCLC Number. Confederate States medical & surgical journal by Confederate States of America. Surgeon-General's Office.
Publication date Topics United States, Medicine, Military, American Civil War, Military Medicine Publisher Richmond, Va.: [Ayres & Wade] CollectionPages: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Prospectus. Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal.
Second year: Thanks to the influence and support of the surgeon general and medical department of the Army that the Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal has, in one year, reached a circulation hitherto unattained by any scientific publication in the South, and in spite of many patronage of the Southern medical.
Confederate States of America. Surgeon-General's Office: Circular [enclosing prospectus of the Confederate States medical and surgical journal. (Richmond, n.p., ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Confederate States of America.
Surgeon-General's Office: Circular concerning transmission of. Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal [William D., intro.
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Reprint of the 14 issues of the “Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal” published in Richmond between January and February Various pagination.
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A Manual of Military Surgery Prepared for the use of the Confederate States Army. by Samuel Preston Moore Published by Ayers and Wade, Samuel Preston Moore was trained as a military surgeon in the US Army but resigned his commission and was appointed Surgeon-General of the Confederate States Army Medical Department at the beginning of the American Civil War.
Selected Articles from and Information about the Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal, published in Richmond, VA during the Civil War.
This medical journal began being published in Januaryand was a continuation of a pre-war publication, also edited by J.
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They wander about at night, and keep in a half nodding sleep during the day. They slight their work — cut up corn, cane, cotton or tobacco when. Maryland Medical and Surgical Journal: And Official Organ of the Medical Department of the Army and Navy of the United States, Volume 2 [Anonymous.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Richmond: Ayres & Wade, Illustrated News Steam Presses, An earlier work, by world-famous Jefferson physician Samuel D. Gross, was pirated (reprinted without permission) by a Richmond, VA, publisher in.Medical care was heavily criticized in the press throughout the war.
It was stated that surgery was often done without anesthesia, many unnecessary amputations were done, and that care was not state of the art for the times. None of these assertions is true. Actually, during the Civil War, there were many medical advances and discoveries (Table 1).Cited by: 3.A manual of military surgery: for the use of surgeons in the Confederate army: with an appendix of the rules and regulations of the medical department of the .