|Title:||Clavis medicinæ: or, The practice of physick reformed: wherein is described the nature and cause of most diseases and the select way of cure for the same. A method contrary to all authors in being. By Jeremiah Love, doctor of pysick [sic].|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Clavis medicinæ: or, The practice of physick reformed: wherein is described the nature and cause of most diseases and the select way of cure for the same. A method contrary to all authors in being. By Jeremiah Love, doctor of pysick [sic].
London: printed for Henry Brome, at the Gun in St. Paul Church-Yard, at the west end, 1674.
Therapeutics -- England
Clinical medicine -- England
TO THE READERS.
Clavis Medicinae: OR, The Practice of PHYSICK REFORMED.
CHAP. III. Directions.
CHAP. IV. Concerning the Diseases of the Head and Face.
CHAP. V. For Red Faces, Pimples, and other Cor∣ruption arising in them, and likewise the Morphew.
CHAP. VI. For the Itch and Scabs, Byles, &c. Le∣prosie, Small Pox, Measles.
CHAP. VII. For a Cough, or shortness of Breath. For Surfeits by taking Heat and Cold. For People that are very flegmatick, and stuffed up with Flegm, and for those that are entring into a Consumption.
CHAP. VIII. For the Heart-burning.
CHAP. IX. For the Cholick and Wind, gnawing of the Stomach and Guts, and all Cor∣ruption that causeth Wind.
CHAP. X. For Surfeiting by over-eating.
CHAP. XI. For continual Vomiting after Meat.
CHAP. XII. For want of Appetite.
CHAP. XIII. For Catarrhs and Rheums.
CHAP. XIV. For the Yellow Jaundise, and all Obstru∣ctions of the Liver.
CHAP. XV. For the Obstructions of the Spleen, the hardness and swelling thereof. For the Black Jaundise, and also the He∣morrhoids or Pyles, and Scurvy, which is much subject to English Bodies.
CHAP. XVI. For the Green Sickness.
CHAP. XVII. For acute Diseases, as Feavers and A∣gues, &c.
CHAP. XVIII. For the Quotidian Ague.
CHAP. XIX. For the Quartan Ague.
CHAP. XX. For the Tertian Ague.
CHAP. XXI. The Hectick Feaver.
CHAP. XXII. For the Plague, and all Malignant Fea∣vers.
CHAP. XXIV. For the Stone.