|Title:||Aimatiasis, or, The true way of preserving the bloud in its integrity, and rectifying it, if at any time polluted and degenerate wherein Dr. Willis his errour of bleeding is reprehended, and offered to be confuted by practice and frequent experiments : and certain opinions of Dr. Betts in physick rejected and proved dangerously false ... / by George Thompson ...|
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Aimatiasis, or, The true way of preserving the bloud in its integrity, and rectifying it, if at any time polluted and degenerate wherein Dr. Willis his errour of bleeding is reprehended, and offered to be confuted by practice and frequent experiments : and certain opinions of Dr. Betts in physick rejected and proved dangerously false ... / by George Thompson ...
[London]: Printed for Nath. Crouch ..., 1670.
First word of title in Greek characters.
Place of publication suggested by Wing.
Imperfect: stained, with print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Bloodletting -- Early works to 1800.
Domini Verolamii Discipulis quibuscunque virtute insignitis veritatem expertis ex rebus ip∣sis Dicat hoc Opusculum, G. T.
TO THE READER.
There are two other Treatises Extant by the same Author.
OF THE NOMENCLATƲRE OF BLOUD, And its Definition.
CHAP. II. Of the different sorts of Bloud.
CHAP. III. Of the Efficient, and Material cause of Bloud.
CHAP. IV. The manifold Occasions that alter, clarifie, taint, and deprave the Bloud; Also the true signs of its purity or impurity, integrity or degeneration.
CHAP. V. Concerning the Latex or insipid aqueous Li∣quor, that is concurrent with the Blood.
CHAP. VI. Of the manifold Diseases that take up their Lodging in the Bloud.
CHAP. VII. Concerning the Prevention, with the Cure of those Diseases that take up their lodging in the Bloud.
A brief Animadversion upon some no∣table Errours committed by Dr. Betts in his Tract de Ortu & Natu∣ra Sanguinis.
A Stomachical Spirit or Essence com∣mended to the World.
Certain useful Instructions pertaining to the Diet of those in a Feaver, afflicted with the Scurvy, or any long Disease.
A short Discovery of the Nature of that malignant calamity, the Gri∣ping of the Guts.
The Contents of the Chapters in this TREATISE.