A letter to Lord Cathcart ... concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead

by William Cullen

Publisher: Elliot and Kay [etc.] in London

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ESTC T134578.

Statement... To which is added, an extract from the journals of the Board of Police, containing a paper presented by Lord Cathcart ... on the same subject
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Pagination39 pages ;
Number of Pages39
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Excerpt from A Letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland: Concerning the Recovery of Persons Drowned, and Seemingly Dead To this purpofe, I would have them Obferve, That in men, and other animals, life does not im mediately ceafe upon the celfation of the aetion of the lungs and heart, and the confequent ceafing of the circulation of the' : William Cullen.

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Murray, London ). Title: A letter to Lord Cathcart, president of the Board of Police in Scotland, concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead. [] Related Names: Cathcart, Charles, 9th Baron, Abstract: In his letter to Lord Cathcart on the resuscitation, Cullen first advocates the restoration of body heat in the victim which is followed.

A letter to Lord Cathcart: concerning the recovery of persons drowned, and seemingly dead. By William Cullen To which is added, an extract from the journals of the Board of Police, containing a paper presented by Lord Cathcart on the same subject.

A letter to Lord Cathcart: President of the Board of Police in Scotland ; concerning the recovery of persons drowned, and seemingly dead. By William Cullen, M.D.

First Physician to His Majesty, and Professor of the Practice of Physic in the University of Edinburgh. The Board of Police, a group of sinecurists with no great reputation for practical activity, nevertheless distributed Cullen's pamphlet, A Letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland, concerning the Recovery of Persons drowned and seemingly dead ().

In the pamphlet, reproduced here, Cullen pointed out that Scotland is a country where no-one is ever far from deep. Excerpt from A Letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland: Concerning the Recovery of Persons Drowned, and Seemingly Dead To this purpofe, I would have them Obferve, That in men, and other animals, life does not im mediately ceafe upon the celfation of the aetion of the lungs and heart, and the confequent ceafing of the circulation of the' blood.

Though the circulation of the Format: Pasta blanda. Letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead: Nervenkrankheiten bis auf die Gemüthskrankheiten: Nosology: or, a systematic arrangement of diseases, by classes, orders, genera, and species; and outlines of the systems of Sauvages, Linnæus, Vogel, Sagar, and Macbride.

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In a letter from Dr. William Cullen to Lord Cathcart,j dated August 8,and published inconcerning the recovery of persons “drowned and seemingly dead,” the use of cricoid pressure was re- ferred to as a means of preventing gastric distention during inflation of the lungs.

In this historic letter, Cullen states: “On. Cullen W: A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead. Edinburgh, Creech, Google Scholar. Minute Book of the Medical Society of South Carolina. Decem June 3, Typescript. Cullen, W.:A Letter to Lord Cathcart Concerning the Recovery of Persons Drowned and Seemingly Dead, Fothergill, J.:Observations on the Recovery of a Man Dead in Appearance by Distending the Lungs with Air (), Richard J.

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A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead by William Cullen. First published in 1 edition — 1 previewable Not in Library. Download for print-disabled Synopsis and nosology, embracing the definitions, in the original Latin, of the genera and species of diseases, with an English trans.

A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead. London, England Fothergill, J. The works of John. A a Lord Cathca 9. Cullen W: A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead.

London, Printed for J Murray, Fleet-Street,No 32 Historia: Monroe Cullen W: A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead. Cathcart,Charles Cathcart,9th Baron, Title(s): A letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, J.

Murray, Description: 45 p. ; 21 cm. Language: English Notes: "Extract from the journals of the Board of Police." NLM ID: R[Book]. []) is an abridged translation of v. 2 of the author's Synopsis nosologiae methodicae.

"Von den Mitteln, ertrunkne und dem Anschein nach todte Personen wiederherzustellen" (Anhang, Th. 3, p. []) is a translation of the author's Letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead.

A letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland: concerning the recovery of persons drowned, and seemingly dead by William Cullen 1 edition - first published in Publications include: Lectures on the Materia Medica, etc (T Lowndes, London, ); A Letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead (J Murray, London, ); Of the Cold produced by evaporating Fluids, and of some other means of producing cold (); Institutions of Medicine.

Part I. Physiology. In the same year in Scotland, William Cullen published his letter to Lord Cathcart (President of the Board of Police) with recommendations regarding recovery of the drowned persons. 24 He stated that, in the apparently dead, applying external and internal heat and stimulants could restore the sensibility of the nerves and the irritability of.

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‘Letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead,’ Edinburgh,8vo. ‘First Lines of the Practice of Physic,’ Edinburgh, –, 4 vols. 8vo. Many editions have been published; an important one is that in 2 vols., edited and enlarged by Dr. Gregory, Edinburgh, A Letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland, Concerning the Recovery of Persons Drowned, and Seemingly Dead.

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Edinburgh: Charles Elliot, Edinburgh: Charles Elliot,   W. CullenA Letter to Lord Cathcart, President of the Board of Police in Scotland, Concerning the Recovery of Persons Drowned and Seemingly Dead Elliot C; London, UK: Cadell T, Edinburgh, Scotland (). ‘Letter to Lord Cathcart concerning the recovery of persons drowned and seemingly dead,’ Edinburgh,8vo.

‘First Lines of the Practice of Physic,’ Edinburgh, –, 4 vols. 8vo. Many editions have been published; an important one is that in 2 vols., edited and enlarged by Dr.

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