|Author:||Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?|
|Title:||Ignota febris. Fevers mistaken in notion & practice. Shewing the frequent fatal consequents thereof. Herein traversing the dissenting new hypotheses of some late writers: and erroneous opinions, of antique authors. With remarks upon bleeding, blistering, juleps, and the Jesuits pouder, in fevers. By Everard Maynwaringe, Med. D.|
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Ignota febris. Fevers mistaken in notion & practice. Shewing the frequent fatal consequents thereof. Herein traversing the dissenting new hypotheses of some late writers: and erroneous opinions, of antique authors. With remarks upon bleeding, blistering, juleps, and the Jesuits pouder, in fevers. By Everard Maynwaringe, Med. D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?
London: printed by J. Dawks, and are to be sold by D. Brown at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar, 1698.
With errata at the foot of K4r and an advertisement on K8v.
With an index and appendix.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Popular -- Early works to 1800.
INDEX OF THE HEADS, and Principal MATTER.
SECT. I. Of Fevers in General.
SECT. II. The Definition of Fevers Examined.
SECT. III. The Difference of Fevers; And their Division into Classes.
SECT. IV. Of Putrid Fevers.
SECT. V. Of Fevers Continual, and Intermittent.
SECT. VI. Of Fevers Malignant, so called: Mea∣sels, Small-Pox, and Pestilential.
SECT. VII. The Operations and Effects of Cortex Peruvianus, the Jesuits Powder.
SECT. VIII. Remarks upon the Jesuits Pouder, used in Clyster.
SECT. IX. The Practice upon Fevers Perniciously mistaken.
SECT. X. Blood-Letting in Fevers Examined.
SECT. XI. Epispastics, for blistering in Fevers: Condemned as Injurious.
SECT. XII. Of Juleps, and Coolers in Fevers.
SECT. XIII. The Author's Compendious Method, and Medicines for Curing Fevers; compa∣red with the Common Practice.