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Author: Pomarius, Petrus.
Title: Enchiridion medicum containing an epitome of the whole course of physicke: with the examination of a chirurgion, by way of dialogue betweene the doctor and the students. With a treatise contaning a definition of all those difenses that do chiefly affect the body of a man, and an antidotary of many excelllent and approued remedies for all diseases. Published for the benefit of young students in physicke, chirurgian, and apothecaries.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Enchiridion medicum containing an epitome of the whole course of physicke: with the examination of a chirurgion, by way of dialogue betweene the doctor and the students. With a treatise contaning a definition of all those difenses that do chiefly affect the body of a man, and an antidotary of many excelllent and approued remedies for all diseases. Published for the benefit of young students in physicke, chirurgian, and apothecaries.
Pomarius, Petrus., Hobbes, Stephen.

London: Printed by Henry Ballard for George Potter, and are to be sold at his shop at the North doore of Paules, 1609.
Alternate titles: Examination of a chirurgian. Antidotary.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Petrus Pomarius.
Errata on recto of A2.
"The examination of a chirugion, wherein is handled the whole course of chirurgerie by way of a dialogue betweene the doctor and the student. By S[tephen]. H[obbes]. " has separate dated title page and pagination; register is continuous.
"The antidotary" has caption title and separate pagination; register is continuous.
Title page stained and cropped, with some loss of imprint (supplied from Cambridge University Catalogue).
Reproduction of original in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Love Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14264.0001.001

Contents
title page
Faults escaped in the first Booke.
In the Discourse of Chirurgerie.
In the Antidotarie.
AD ZOILVM.
ORNATISSIMIS VI∣RIS GHORGIO BAKERO AR∣migero, Thomae Thorney, Iohanni Gerardo, Christophero Frederico, Iosepho Fentonio, Richardo Maps Chirug. peruiss. Londinens. caeteris{que} e∣iusdem artis in eadem ci∣uitate professori∣bus Dignis∣simis.
AN EPITOME of the whole course of Physicke.
PARS I.
De partibus.
The second part of things not natural, called Hugiene, and doth respect the conserua∣tion of mans health. PARS 2.
Of the Aire.
Of meate and drinke.
Of Sleepe and Watchfulnes.
Of exercise and rest.
Of Affections of the mind.
Pars 3.
PARS 4.
Of those things that are ta∣ken in a meane forme, and consistance.
section
General remedies against dis∣eases proceeding of bloud vnder the example of a continuall Feuer.
Of diseases proceeding of cho∣ler, with their cure, vnder the example of a Feuer tertian.
Generall remedies for diseases proceeding from flegme vnder the example of a quotidian Feuer.
Of an Haemitritaeon or Semitertian.
Of diseases of Inanition or emptines, vnder the example of a Feuer hectick.
Common remedies for maligne diseases, and contagious vnder the example of the Pestilence.
De Lue Venerea, or the Pox.
Of the Scorbie.
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❧ THE DISCOVRSE of Chirurgerie.
Of Oedema.
Of the true Scirrhus.
Of the puncture of a nerue or sinew.
Of wounds in the head.
A Definition of all those Diseases that do chiefly affect the body of man. And first of the head, De Apopiexia.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IIII.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
Chap. VIII.
Chap. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
The Antidotarie. Pilles for Alopecia, proceeding of Phlegme.
Pilles for Cephallagia, and paine of the head.
Vnguents for achor, and Vlcerati∣ons of the head.
An other.
A water called aqua Booeoartica, or a wa∣ter against the Pestilence.
A distilled water against the falling sicknes, called aqua Epileptia.
A distilled water againg the Apo∣plexie and Palsie.
A water that doth strengthen the memorie.
A Cordial water.
A water against the syncope or swounding.
A restoratiue water.
A Cinamon water.
A water in the opilation of the Liuer and Iaundes.
A wine against the oppilation of the liuer, splene, reines, and the e∣uils of the bladder.
A wine that is laxatiue.
Against the retention of the Menstrus.
A Diuretic decoction in the stone.
A decoction against the stran∣gurie and burning of the Vrin.
A Iulep against the Apoplexie and Vertigo.
A pectoral Iulep.
A Cordial Iulep of wine.
A Iulep for the stomack.
A Iulep in the intollerable paine of the stomack, and cholick.
A Iulep for melancholy, a quar∣tan Feuer, and the French Poxe.
A Iulep for Dysenteria, and the bloody fluxe.
A Iulep for the Sciatica, goute, and paines in the ioynts.
A powder against poison, and the Pestilence.
An experimented powder, in the fitte of the falling sicknes.
section
Lozenges for the same.
Lozenges comforting the braine, and the heart
Lozenges for paine of the head, singing of the eares, and Vertigo.
A Pectorall confection.
Roles for the cough and Asthma.
Restoratiue Lozenges.
Lozenges for the oppilation of the Liuer, euill state of body, and the Dropsie.
A Tragea for Dysenteria, and the blody Fluxe.
Tragea. Against inuoluntarie pissing.
Against the superfluous flux of the Menstrus, and of the wombe.
Against ache and paine of the ioints.
Tragea de tartaro.
A laxatiue powder.
Laxatiue Lozenges.
An Electuarie against the Epilepsie and vertigo.
An Electuarie for the conserua∣tion of the sight.
An Electuarie for spitting of blood.
An Electuarie for trembling of the heart.
A restoratiue Electuarie.
A restoratiue Electuarie for those that are hectic, and in a consumption.
An other, called Eiectuarium regale.
A Loch for the Catarrh, procee∣ding of an hot cause.
An Electuarie for paine of the sto∣macke, proceeding of a cold cause and wind.
For paine of the stomacke procee∣ding of wind.
For the oppilation and obstructi∣on of the Liuer.
An Electuary for the dropsie and oppilation of the Liner.
For the supersluous fluxe of the Menstrues.
Pilles for the plague.
Pillulae de tribus.
Pilles for the dimnesse of sight and weakenes of the braine.
Pilles against melancholy, and the French Pocks.
Pilles to prouoke the Menstrues.
Pilles against the wormes.
Trocisci sub lingua in Paralysi.
To make oyle of Hypericon.
Oleum ranarum.
An oyle for the Sciatica and paines of the ioynts.
Vnguentum de succo Ebuli.
An vnguent for the French pocks.
An other vnguent for paine of the ioynts and muskles, procee∣ping from Lues venerea.
Emplastrum de succo Ebuli.
An other Emplaster for paine of the Nerues.
An Emplaster for the Squinancie and Apostumes of the throte.
An Emplaster that doth conso∣lidate and mundifie.
A Declaration of the quality of certaine seedes, hearbes, flowres, rootes, and waters.
¶ A Table of those simples that are appropriat for all the cheefe parts of the body.
Comforters of the head and braine are:
Things good for the eyes.
Things good for the heart.
Thing good for the Lungs.
Things comforting the stomacke.
Things profitable for the liuer.
Things profitable for the splene.
Things good for the obstruction of the Liuer.
Things good for the obstruction of the Splene.
Things profitable for the Matrix.
Things profitable for the reines and bladder.
Things profitable to the ioynts.
Of syrups concocting Choler in the head.
subpart
A Table expressing the signification of the weights and measures contained in this Booke.