Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Category: Medicine, Greek and Roman
Of the roughly seventy treatises in the Hippocratic Collection, many are not by Hippocrates (said to have been born in Cos in or before 460 BCE), but they are essential sources of information about the practice of medicine in antiquity and ...
Category: Electronic book
This is the last English edition of the Hippocratic writings intended to serve as actual medical instruction. Francis Adams, from Scotland and was a surgeon of Banchory.
In this eighth volume of the ongoing Loeb edition of these invaluable texts, Paul Potter presents ten treatises that offer an illuminating overview of Hippocratic medicine.
Publisher: Harvard University Press
10 is copying On Regimen in Acute Diseases ch . 9 , or vice versa , or both are
following a common source . But if that much may be agreed , the question of
authorship is still an open one , and against those who would conclude that the
Author: G. E. R. Lloyd
Publisher: CUP Archive
See also Jouanna, Hippocrates, 295, 306–7; and Caelius Aurelianus, On Acute
Diseases, 31. 46. Hippocrates, Regimen in Acute Diseases (Appendix), §§25, 18,
28. 47. Epidemics IV, §57. See also Hippocrates, Internal Affections, §43. 48.
Author: Christopher Hamlin
Publisher: JHU Press
As Hankinson points out,63 On Regimen I/12 in a sense accepts mantikê where
On Regimen in Acute Diseases rejects it.64 What On Regimen in Acute Diseases
rejects though is what the disreputable forecasters do, while what On Regimen ...
Author: Andrew Gregory
Publisher: A&C Black
Several works on regimen form part of the library: Regimen in Health describes
diet as the best preventative, Regimen in Acute Diseases suggests that sick
people recover best by eating barley gruel, while Regimen (in four books)
Author: Georgia L. Irby-Massie
... an expression found very frequently , especially in On Regimen in Acute
Diseases ) can or must result in disease , and such change could be
counterbalanced ( avtiuetasáddelv , Acute Diseases 26.2 , Littré 2.278.13 ) by an
opposite change ...
Author: David Conan Wolfsdorf
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
1002 On Regimen , 437 On the Treatment of Internal Diseases , 107 , Macer (
Aemilius ? ) , plaster of , 915 109 n . , 157 , 325 , 355 , 391 , 407 , 435 , Magnus of
Ephesus ( I - 2 ) , 161 531 , 775 Letters , 373 Heras of Cappadocia ( end of I , B . c
Author: Caelius (Aurelianus.)
Category: Medicine, Greek and Roman
... itsstatement ofmedical ideals), Onthe Sacred Disease (for its apparently
rational stance)and Aphorisms (foritstimeless ... Aphorisms; Epidemics 1 and 3;
On Regimen in Acute Diseases; On Airs, Waters and Places; On Joints; On
Author: Elizabeth M. Craik
One of the earliest records of such drug-related responses can be found in
Hippocrates' description of the side effects of oxymel” in Regimen in Acute
Disease: You will find the drink called oxymel often useful in acute diseases, as it
brings up ...
Author: L.Y Nordenfelt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Epidemics 1 and 3. The Oath. Precepts. Nutriment, 1923. —, II: Prognostic.
Regimen in Acute Diseases. The Sacred Disease. The Art. Breaths. Law.
Decorum. Physician (Ch. 1). Dentition, 1923. —, III: On Wounds in the Head. In
Author: Elsa García Novo
Publisher: Editorial Complutense
C is usually asymptomatic, and diagnosis of acute infection is uncommon. If
infection is identified ... early or mild disease. The decision to treat an HIV-
positive patient with HCV is dependent on the current HIV regimen and stage of
Author: Elaine C. Jong
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences