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Some account of the epidemic of scarlatina which prevailed in Dublin from 1834 to 1842inclusive

Henry Kennedy

Some account of the epidemic of scarlatina which prevailed in Dublin from 1834 to 1842inclusive

with observations.

by Henry Kennedy

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Published by Fannin in Dublin .
Written in English


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Paginationiv, 213 p.
Number of Pages213
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Scarlet fever also prevailed. The most recent case is that of the ship Tyburnia, which arrived at Auckland on the 4th of September. Smallpox broke out ten days from England, and during the passage nine serious cases and 26 mild cases of the epidemic occurred. There was only one death from smallpox.   From Wikisource. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Title: Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, volume 4: Year.

Dr. Hartmann in “Premature Burial,” p relates an account of a similar experiment with a fakir, differing from the above, however, in so far as it was made by some English residents, who did not put the coffin into the earth, but hung it up in the air, so as to protect it from the danger of being eaten up by white ants. There seems to. Scarlet-fever, Scarlatina. Scarlatina is a contagious epidemic, and in some cases sporadic disease, of changeable character; it generally attacks persons only once, is most common among children, and spreads very slowly. The genuine, uncomplicated scarlatina occurs very rarely now-a-days, and does not attack any one beyond the age of twelve years.

reality. Some of the 'objective' accounts of pit life an.d. sanitary inquiries reveal a picture quite different. John Holland, writing in , commented that the pitmen's dwellings are "often more remarkable for the amount of population, than 1. Ibid., p 2. Ibid., p 3. Medical Officer's Report Book . News Devon genealogy. Newspaper Extracts related to Bampton, Transcribed by Russ Davies.


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7, In the metropolis, during the five years from to inclusive, the deaths by consumption have been as follows:,; while the total mor- tality varied f to 52, No other disease exhibits an uniformity at all approaching to this. Females are the especial vittims of con- sumption. All of the following pertain to tuberculosis except A.

live bacilli can remain dormant in the lungs and reactivate later in life. symptoms of active TB include low-grade fever, coughing, fatigue, weight loss, and night sweats. History of Scarlatina after the Epidemic of Scarlatina () and Diphtheria () described by the same observer we find a minute account by Willis of an epidemic in the yearhe does not help us to understand the circumstances in which epidemic diseases prevailed more at one time than another.

To the end of the. Author(s): Kennedy,Henry Title(s): Some account of the epidemic of scarlatina which prevailed in Dublin from to inclusive, with observations. Country of Publication: Ireland Publisher: Dublin, Fannin, Rare Book Sale Archives - Page 6 of 56 - Fonsie Mealy Auction.

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Epstein-Barr virus. Brucellosis. Hepatitis C. Question 2. Question: ____ are one-celled germs that multiply quickly and may release chemicals which can make you sick. The accounts of this epidemic in England state that, early in September, the potatoes were ‘blackened and spoiled; they smell at a distance the same as after a frosty night late in October’- symptoms which indicated a similarity between the epidemic of that period and the one with which we have lately become so familiar.

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cap. ) further to extend and make compulsory the practice of vaccination:passed 20th August McElroy, I. S. Some Pioneer Presbyterian Preachers of Piedmont North Carolina. Gastonia, N. C., Loftin and Co., n. d. McLean, John Patterson. An Historical Account of the Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the Peace of ; together with Notices of Highland Regiments and Biographical Sketches.Scarlatina • Childhood disease • Ages • Equal in both male and female • Contagious • Incubation days • Sore throat • Fever • Scarlet rash • Streptococcal infection • Red tongue (strawberry tongue) (McCrindle et al., )