Medicine -- 15-18th century. : The experienced chirurgion [electronic resource] : deliver'd under the following heads, I. Preternatural tumors and ulcers. ... VI. Fractures of the limbs and other bones. ... By John Moyle, ... To which are added, the best approv'd remedies ...
Medicine -- 15th-18 centuries -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800. : Natura exenterata: or Nature unbowelled by the most exquisite anatomizers of her. [electronic resource] : Wherein are contained, her choicest secrets digested into receipts, fitted for the cure of all sorts of infirmities, whether internal or external, acute or chronical, that are incident to the body of man. / Collected and preserved by several persons of quality and great experience in the art of medicine, whose names are prefixed to the book. Containing in the whole, one thousand seven hundred and twenty. Very necessary for such as regard their owne health, or that of their friends. VVhereunto are annexed, many rare, hitherto un-imparted inventions, for gentlemen, ladies and others, in the recreations of their different imployments. With an exact alphabetical table referring to the several diseases, and their proper cures.
Medicine -- 15th-18th century. : An essay on the animal oeconomy. [electronic resource] : Together with observations upon the small pox. By J. Helvetius, M. D. Physician in Ordinary to the King of France, Inspector-General of the Hospitals in Flanders, and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences. Translated from the French.
Medicine -- 15th to 18th century -- Early works to 1800. : An essay on the medical character, [electronic resource] : with a view to define it: to which are subjoined, medical commentaries and observations, adapted to vrious cases of indisposition. The fifth edition. By Robert Bath, Dean Street, Soho. .
Medicine -- 17th-18th centuries. : The works [electronic resource] : of John Fothergill, M.D. Member Of The Royal College Of Physicians, And Fellow Of The Royal Society, Of London; Fellow Of The Royal College Of Physicians In Edinburgh; And Corresponding Member Of The Royal Medical Society Of Paris, And Of The American Philosophical Society At Philadelphia. With some account of his life. By John Coakley Lettsom.