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1898 HISTORICAL REVIEW OF GLOBAL IMPACT OF DIPHTHERIA BY LEADING PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERT. 9 3/4 inches tall hardcover, iv, 196 pages, original blue cloth binding, gilt title to cover and spine, small gilt stamp of John Crerar Library to bottom cover and gilt library numbers to bottom of spine, hinges starting bookplate of John Crerar Library to front paste-down (with stamp, 'no longer property of library'), handstamp of Dr. Robert W. Hastings, Brookline Ma, to verso of front free endpaper, perforated stamp of John Crerar Library to top of title page and page 85, text otherwise unmarked. Overall very good minus. CONTENTS: North and South America; England and Wales; Scotland and Ireland; The History of the Epidemic of Diphtheria in London in the Fifth and Sixth Decades the Nineteenth Century; The History of Diphtheria in London, 1888-96, and its bearing upon the Method of Spread of the Disease; France, Italy, Holland, and Belgium; Germany, Austro-Hungary, and Russia; Scandinavia; Africa and Asia; Australia and New Zealand; Relationship between Prevalence of and Mortality from Diphtheria; Summary of the History of Diphtheria Antecedent to statistical Records; International Review of the Prevalence of Diphtheria as shown in the preceding diagrams; Are there Indigenous Foci of Diphtheria? Influence of Improved and Extended Means of Communication; The Conditions determining the Pandemics of Diphtheria; The Relationship between Rainfall and Diphtheria; The Influence of Soil upon the Development of Diphtheria. SIR ARTHUR NEWSHOLME (1857 - 1943) was a leading British public health expert during the Victorian era. Newsholme strongly advocated improvement of public health by state intervention, such as national health insurance, sanitary measurement, hospitals and sanatoriums for the isolation of persons with contagious disease. Newsholme lived through a time wherein England, and many other countries in the western world, saw a demographic transition characterized by an exponential growth of the population since halfway the nineteenth century, which he explained both by a rise in fertility and mortality since the early nineteenth century, followed by a decline of mortality since halfway the nineteenth century followed by a decline in fertility after 1875. COPY OF ROBERT WORTHINGTON HASTINGS, M.D. (1866-1922), who graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1893, and established a pediatric practice in Brookline, MA. He was on the staff of the Department of Pediatrics at Tufts Medical School, and was author of many articles.
Title: Epidemic Diphtheria. A Research on the Origin and Spread of the Disease from an International Standpoint
Edition: First edition
Publisher: London, Swan Sonnenschein & Co. Limd.: 1898
Item: 1.00 lbs
Seller ID: 206
Keywords: epidemiology;history;infectious disease;America;Russia;pediatrics;diphtheria