Medicine -- Dictionaries -- Spanish : Diccionario de términos médicos : inglés-español, español-inglés / [F. Ruiz Torres] ; coordinación: Erich Ruiz Albrecht, Francisco Ruiz Albrecht
Medicine -- Dictionaries -- Translations into English -- Early works to 1800. : A treasure of easy medicines, [electronic resource] : briefly comprehending approved and specific remedies for almost all disorders of the human body. Extracted from the most celebrated Writings both of the antients and moderns, and Digested in Alphabetical Order. Licensed and Recommended by The Royal College of Physicians. Published originally in Latin, by John Cruso, Pharmacop. To which are now added, large annotations, with a glossary and general index.
Medicine (Drugs) -- See Drugs --headings beginning with the word Drug; also individual drugs and groups of drugs, e.g. Narcotics; also subdivision Therapeutic use under individual chemicals and groups of chemicals, e.g. Copper--Therapeutic use; Insulin--Therapeutic use; and subdivision Drug use under names of individual persons and under classes of persons and ethnic groups
Medicine -- Early works to 1800. -- Early works to 1800. : Morbus Anglicanus sanatus [electronic resource] : or, a remarkable cure of an inveterate scurvy. Made public for the benefit of those who labour under the same troublesome disorder. In a letter from a country clergyman to his son in London. Concluding With a Contrivance or two, for saving the Lives of those, who shall happen to be in the upper Rooms of a House, when the lower are on Fire.