Copy 2 Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. Note: Author"s presentation inscription to P.M. Roget.
|Statement||[William Reid Clanny]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 149 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Hyperanthraxis; or, The cholera of Sunderland Item Preview remove-circlePages: Cholera in Sunderland Sunderland played an important part in the story of public health and civic improvement in when it was the site of the first outbreak of cholera in the UK. The disease that we now know as cholera originated in India, probably in the Ganges delta. Cholera is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae. The bacteria typically live in waters that are somewhat salty and . Acland, H. W.: Memoir on the Cholera at Oxford in the year Vor S. 1: Karte von Oxford mit Einzeichnungen der Cholerafälle von , und und der Diarrhöefälle von — S. Skizze von Oxford mit Einzeichnung der ersten 30 Fälle.
Thomas, Memorials ofthe malignant cholera in Top Oxon c and Minute Book, MSS. Top Oxon c , both in the Bodleian Library, Oxford; there is a fuller discussion of this epidemic in my forthcoming book, 'Cholera a scourge for our sins'. (). Cholera - Cholera - Cholera through history: The recorded history of cholera is relatively short and remarkable. Although the ancient Greek physicians Hippocrates (5th–4th century bce) and Galen (2nd–3rd century ce) referred to an illness that may well have been cholera, and there are numerous hints that a cholera-like malady has been well known in the fertile delta plains of the Ganges. In as the chief consultant physician at the Sunderland Infirmary, he was amongst the first to recognise the true nature of cholera. He was a "miasmatist". a believer in disease generated by an "atmosphere highly vitiated by carbonic acid". His book Hyperanthraxis () was the. History and medical treatment of cholera, as it appeared in Sunderland in , by W. Haslewood and W. Mordey - Book from digitised by Google and available as a free eBook, Added by Simon Cotterill. from Sunderland Public Libraries (flickr) LIL - Letter to Board of Heath Cholera.