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Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery

Francis H Brognard

Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery

by Francis H Brognard

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Published by M"Knight & Felthousen, printers in Mount-Holly [N.J.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Typhus fever,
  • Dysentery

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Francis H. Brognard
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37089
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15113899M

    The stool specimens were cultured for various pathogens: E. coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Aeromonas, Plesiomonas, Yersinia, Vibrio spp., and Campylobacter. Bacterial enteropathogens were identified with the methods described in Manual of Clinical Biology, 4th edition (Kelly et al. ). The specimens were also examined for parasites with direct. On top of these epidemics appear in certain seasons of the year: typhoid, paratyphoid, typhus, dysentery, dengue fever, acute malaria. I will mention also the great pneumonia epidemic in the winter of and an epidemically-appearing syndrome – a mixture of a glandular fever (Pfeiffer) associated with acute rickets.

    Typhoid fever, a disease caused by Salmonella typhi bacteria, had less distinctive symptoms, and was long confused with typhus (see Chapter 4). It was only in the s that the difference between the two diseases was recognized, and it is therefore difficult to trace the history of this disease through the ages. fever treatment diseases transmission cases period infections epidemic countries infected children fig vaccination virus areas organism hiv vaccine malaria food You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always.

    On Dec. llth, , Dr. William Jenner read a paper before the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society entitled '' On the Identity or Non-Identity of the Specific Cause of Typhoid, Typhus, and Relapsing Fever.[quot] For this purpose he analysed the cases admitted into the London Fever Hospital during the years , , and , and the. Scarlet Fever Poliomyelitis Influenza Meningitis Mumps Septic Sore-Pneumonia1 throat B. Intestinal diseases, spread mainly thru alimentary dis-charges: Typhoid • Paratyphoid Bacillary Dysentery Amebic Dysentery Cholera C. Insect-borne diseases; Malaria Trench Fever Yellow fever Bubonic Plague Dengue Filariasis Typhus TularemiaFile Size: 3MB.


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Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery by Francis H Brognard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery. [Francis H Brognard]. Get this from a library. Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery. [Francis H Brognard]. Typhus, also known as typhus fever, is a group of infectious diseases that include epidemic typhus, scrub typhus, and murine typhus.

Common symptoms include fever, headache, and a rash. Typically these begin one to two weeks after exposure. The diseases are caused by specific types of bacterial infection. Epidemic typhus is due to Rickettsia prowazekii spread by body Causes: Bacterial infection spread by parasites.

Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery. by: Brognard, Francis H. Published: (). Observations on typhus typhus of stomach, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery. by: Brognard, Francis H. Published: () Observations on the causes, symptoms and cure of the prevailing epidemic called typhus fever by: Varle, Charles.

Typhoid fever, also known simply as typhoid, is a bacterial infection due to a specific type of Salmonella that causes symptoms. Symptoms may vary from mild to severe, and usually begin 6 to 30 days after exposure.

Often there is a gradual onset of a high fever over several days. This is commonly accompanied by weakness, abdominal pain, constipation, headaches, and mild Specialty: Infectious disease. Observations in concentration camps-Maj.

William A. Davis, MC, while serving as liaison officer from the U.S.A. Typhus Commission to the 21st Army Group, recorded the and dysentery book fever epidemic that occurred at the Belsen Concentration Camp, Belsen, Germany.

13 This camp was taken by the British Second Army on 15 April Among   Observations on typhus fever, typhus pneumonia, typhus of stomach, and dysentery by Brognard, Francis H. Call Number: LHS CHICAGO Special Collections-American (non-circulating) Bo Publication Date: Author: Kevin O'Brien.

Full text of "Dysentery, Asiatic cholera, and exanthematic typhus" See other formats. Full text of "Typhus fever with particular reference to the Serbian epidemic" See other formats. The so-called miasmatic fevers were variously known as autumnal fevers, country fevers, bilious remittent and intermittent fevers, ague, Negro fever, nervous fever, typhus fever, and typhoid.

Although most schools of medicine recognized a difference in ordinary malaria and typhoid fever, they considered the origins to be the same. Fever and Dysentery of Campaigns: War Typhus, Ship-Fever in the Seven Years’ War and American War: The “Putrid Constitution” of Fevers in the middle third of the 18th Century: Miliary Fever: Typhus Fever in London, Typhus in Liverpool, Newcastle and Chester in the last quarter of the 18th.

Page 70 - In other cases, including those in which the exudate is confined to the larynx, avoiding the tongue, pass the swab far back and rub it freely against the mucous membrane of the pharynx and tonsils.

Without laying the swab down, withdraw the cotton plug from the culture-tube, insert the swab, and rub that portion of it which has touched the exudate gently but thoroughly all.

Dysentery (intestinal inf caused by Giardia Lamblia, aka Traveler's Diarrhea) Trichomoniasis (STD) Toxoplasmosis (org fd in feces of birds & animals; causes death, blindness, & retardation in unborn child) Pneumocystis Pneumonia (nl'ly not pathogenic; causes pneumonia on if week immune syst, ex in Aids pts).

Occasionally typhus fever was actually used to denote any type of fever believed to originate in miasmas. Byresearch by William Gerhard, an American physician who was a former student of Louis' in Paris, had made it possible to distinguish between the two diseases.

These include tuberculosis, pneumonia, pertussis (whooping cough), leprosy, typhoid fever, dysentery, and other infections. There is a tremendous volume of medical literature relating to the treatment of infectious bacterial diseases with ascorbic acid.

Typhus Fever. Relapsing Fever. Relapsing Fever after Murchison Page - Osier is responsible for the statement that " pneumonia is a self-limited disease and runs its course uninfluenced in any way by medicine.

It can neither be aborted nor cut short by any known means at our command. have shown that there is a special micro. relapsing fever Although similar in many ways to typhus, relapsing fever is caused by a spirochaete, Borrelia recurrentis.

It affects th liver, making the victim jaundiced. The fever may reappear a few days later, the cycles perhaps repeating three or four times.

Mortality can be high, and immunity is short-lived. Large numbers of American prisoners, especially those on the filthy prison ships, died of smallpox and fevers, which may have included yellow fever as well as malaria, and typhus or typhoid (23,24).

Thousands of slaves were fleeing to the British lines in hopes of freedom, and by mid-July a malignant fever and smallpox was killing large numbers Cited by: 2. Since neither were differentiated into their own distinct diseases at the time of Oliver’s experience, It wasn’t until the late s that typhus could be separated out from the standard four fever types (continuous, remittent, itnermittent, ague), followed soon after by biliary fever, a term made popular by Benjamin Rush, and yellow fever.

Camp fever: Typhus; aka Camp diarrhea. Cancrum Oris: A severe, destructive, eroding ulcer of the cheek and lip, rapidly proceeding to sloughing. In the last century it was seen in delicate, ill-fed, ill-tended children between the ages of two and five.Bacteriology: timeline of key events.

Date Event People Places First microscopic observations of protozoa and bacteria. 18 Sep Charles Sedillot was born in Paris, France. 1 Jul Ignaz P Semmelweis was born in Budapest, Hungary. 27 .An essay on the disease called yellow feverwith observations concerning febrile contagion, typhus fever, dysentery, and the plague, partly delivered as the Gulstonian lectures, before the Collge of Physicians, in the years and