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Author: Moyle, John, d. 1714.
Title: Abstractum chirurgiae marinae., or, An abstract of sea chirurgery: designed for the use of such chirurgeons who desire to serve at sea, yet are unacquainted with sea practice : in order to their restoring to health of sick or wounded sea-men; but may all fitly serve for most chirurgeons. In three compendious books. The first containeth certain directions necessary to be observed by the sea-chirurgeon in his fitting out. The second teacheth how he should perform his chirurgical duty being at sea, both in an ingagement and at other times. The third instructeth how he must execute the phisical office imposed on him / by John Moyle.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Abstractum chirurgiae marinae., or, An abstract of sea chirurgery: designed for the use of such chirurgeons who desire to serve at sea, yet are unacquainted with sea practice : in order to their restoring to health of sick or wounded sea-men; but may all fitly serve for most chirurgeons. In three compendious books. The first containeth certain directions necessary to be observed by the sea-chirurgeon in his fitting out. The second teacheth how he should perform his chirurgical duty being at sea, both in an ingagement and at other times. The third instructeth how he must execute the phisical office imposed on him / by John Moyle.
Moyle, John, d. 1714.

London: Printed by J. Richardson for Tho. Passinger, 1686.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Naval -- Early works to 1800.
Surgery, Naval -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B09557.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The Worshipful, The Chi∣rurgeon General of His Majesties Navy: AND TO The Worshipful, The Ma∣sters, or Governours of Chirurgeons-Hall, London.
THE PREFACE.
ERRATA.
The first part containeth certain Di∣rections necessary to be observed by the Chirurgeon in his fitting of him∣self out for the Sea.
The First Direction.
The Second Direction.
The Third Direction.
The Fourth Direction.
The Fifth Direction.
The Sixth Direction.
The Seventh Direction.
The Eighth Direction.
The Ninth Direction.
The Tenth Direction.
The Eleventh Direction.
The Twelfth Direction. To fit the Chirurgery Chest.
The Thirteenth Direction. For fitting the Drug Chest.
The Fourteenth Direction.
The Fifteenth Direction.
THE Second BOOK. Teacheth how the Chyrurgeon ought to perform his Chyrurgical Duty being at Sea.
CHAP. I. How the Chyrurgeon should behave himself on an Engagement Day.
Amputation.
CHAP. II. Teacheth what is to be done by the Chi∣rurgeon the next day after the Ingage∣ment.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV. How to prosecute the Cure of the Ampu∣tated Wound.
CHAP. V. How to Cure all dangerous Wounds of the Joynts.
CHAP. VI. How to Cure a Compound Fracture, and Dislocation together.
CHAP. VII. How to cure a wound of the Head, with a Fracture of the Scul.
CHAP. VIII. How to Cure Wounds of the Abdomen and Ruptures.
CHAP. IX. How to Cure a penetrating Wound of the Breast, and Ribbs, or Back.
CHAP. X. How to Cure a Wound by a small shot, through a Fleshie, or Musculous part.
CHAP. XI. How to Cure a Wound of the Fleshy Parts, with loss of substance.
CHAP. XII. How to Cure a deep incised Wound.
CHAP. XIII.. How to Cure great and deep Contusions, or Bruises, without, any eminent Wound, and sprains of the Joynts.
CHAP. XIV. How to Cure a Gangrene.
CHAP. XV. How to Cure Burns or Scalds.
CHAP. XVI. How to Cure a violent Bleeding at Nose.
CHAP. XVII. How to Cure a Rheumatisme.
CHAP. XVIII. How to Cure setled Pains in any part, Old Aches from former Bruises, Cramp, stifness of Sinews and Cricks in the Back, numbness of the Limbs and Joynts.
CHAP. XIX. How to Cure the Squinzie.
CHAP. XX. To Cure the Relaxation of the Ʋvula's and Amygdalas.
CHAP. XXI. To Cure the Tooth-Ach.
CHAP. XXII. Of Opthalmias, or Suffusions; and Pearls on the Eyes.
CHAP. XXIII. Deafness, stoppage of the Ears, Pain, and Imposthume.
CHAP. XXIV. Of the Piles, and Procedentia Ani.
CHAP. XXV. For Boyles and Felons.
CHAP. XXVI. A Phlegmonous Tumour.
CHAP. XXVII. Of an Erysipelas and Cholerick pushes.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of Phlegmatick Tumours and Ʋlcers.
CHAP. XXIX. Of Cancers, Schirrhous Tumors, Phaga∣denick Ʋlcers and Fistulaes.
CHAP. XXX. Of Gravel and Strangury.
CHAP. XXXI. How to Cure a Clap.
CHAP. XXXII. How to Cure a confirm'd Pox.
THE Third BOOK, Teacheth how the Sea-Chirurgeon ought to Execute the Physical Office imposed on him at Sea.
CHAP. I. Of the Scurvy.
CHAP. II. Of Fluxes.
CHAP. III. Of a Dysentery or Bloody Flux.
CHAP. IV. Of a Cholera.
CHAP. V. Of a Surfeit.
CHAP. VI. Of the Plurisie.
CHAP. VII. Of the Cholick and Wind.
CHAP. VIII. Of Costiveness.
CHAP. IX. Of the Wormes.
CHAP. X. Of Colds, Coughs, Rhumes, Catarrhs.
CHAP. XI. Of Continual Feavers, or Calentures.
CHAP. XII. Of Agues, or intermitting Feavers.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Measles, and Small Pox.
AN ABSTRACT OF SEA-CHIRURGERY.
The TABLE of the First BOOK, containing several Directions.
The Second BOOK, Teacheth how the Chirurgion ought to perform his Chirurgical duty being at Sea. Pag. 21
The Third BOOK, Teacheth how the Sea-Chirurgeon ought to Execute the Physical Office imposed on him at Sea. 95