3 edition of On epidemic diarrhoea and cholera: their pathology and treatment. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By George Johnson ...|
|LC Classifications||RC126 .J68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 294 p.|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||07030741|
History of the cholera controversy with directions for the treatment of the disease 1; Lectures on Bright's disease: with special reference to pathology, diagnosis, and treatment 1; On cholera and choleraic diarrhoea: their nature, cause and treatment 1; On epidemic diarrhoea and cholera: their pathology and treatment: With a record of cases 1. Book/Printed Material Asiatic cholera: its genesis, etiological factors, clinical history, pathology and treatment.
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4. Diagrams exhibiting the Deaths by Cholera and Diarrhoea, and the Temperature and Rain-fall in London on each Day of the Five Months June to October Diagrams exhibiting the Deaths by Cholera and Diarrhoea in London on each Day of the Five Months June to October in . In De, using the RIL, was the first to discover cholera enterotoxin and to publish a book "Cholera, its Pathology and Pathogenesis (4). The RIL developed by De was used in several laboratories for the study of enteropathogenic serotypes of E. coli from children with diarrhoea living in the developed world (5).
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Colon nontumor - Vibrio cholerae. World Health Organization estimates that there are between and million cases annually w -deaths (WHO: Cholera [Accessed 15 February ]) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there are between 3 and 5 million cases annually with overdeaths (CDC: Cholera - Vibrio cholerae Infection [Accessed 15.
This chapter reviews the pathophysiology of cholera, focusing on the most common and important complication, dehydration; describes the clinical features of patients with cholera; and outlines treatment for patients with this disease. The major effects of V.
cholerae O1 infection are to increase active chloride and bicarbonate secretion into the intestinal lumen by crypt cells and to decrease Cited by: The Lancet ON THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF THE CHOLERA. Joseph Ayre M.D., &c. &c. Joseph Ayre M.D. SIR,[mdash]The communication which I made to your Journal of the 13th instant, on the cholera morbus of this country, was errone- ously entitled an essay on the present ma- lignant type of the : Joseph Ayre.
Symptoms and treatment. Cholera is marked by the sudden onset of profuse, watery diarrhea, typically after an incubation period of 12 to 28 hours. The fluid stools, commonly referred to as “rice water” stools, often contain flecks of diarrhea is frequently accompanied by vomiting, and the patient rapidly becomes patient is very thirsty and has a dry tongue.
the lancet the cholera at newcastle-on-tyne. the statistics of cases of epidemic cholera,received at the newcastle dispensary; together with accounts of the chemical and microscopical examinations of the excretions, and observations upon the pathology and treatment j.s.
pearse esq. jefferya. Cholera, also known as “blue death” is a potentially epidemic and life-threatening secretory diarrhea characterized by numerous voluminous watery stools, often accompanied by vomiting and resulting in hypovolemic shock and acidosis.
The causative agent of this water-borne disease belongs to certain members of the species Vibrio cholerae (V. cholerae) which can also cause mild or. A National Bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, and an Entertainment Weekly Best Book of the Year It's the summer ofand London is just emerging as one of the first modern cities in the world.
But lacking the infrastructure-garbage removal, clean water, sewers-necessary to support its rapidly expanding population, the city has become the perfect breeding ground for a. Cholera is a bacterial disease usually spread through contaminated water.
Cholera causes severe diarrhea and dehydration. Left untreated, cholera can be fatal within hours, even in previously healthy people. Modern sewage and water treatment have virtually eliminated cholera in industrialized countries.
Cholera is an important public health problem, causing substantial morbidity and mortality especially in the developing countries. It is an indicator of socioeconomic problems and is a global threat to public health. Worldwide, approximately 3–5 million cholera cases and ,–, deaths due to cholera occur annually.
Cholera is transmitted by drinking water or eating food, which is. Dr. Nathaniel Alcock in his book A treatise on cholera described 22 cases of cholera that he treated in Blood-letting, either by leeches or venesection, was an essential part of the treatment.
The belief was that reducing the blood volume would relieve stress on the heart and lungs allowing for better function. The receipts of the Townsend Street Cholera Hospital where Dr. Alcock. acid Alcoholic stimulants alimentary canal arrest arrowroot astringent treatment bile and urine black blood body calomel capillaries carbonic acid castor-oil cause cholera collapse cholera poison choleraic diarrhoea choleraic discharges circulation cleansing cold collapse of cholera collapse stage deﬁnite diarrhoea stage diluent disease.
Author(s): Johnson,George, Title(s): On epidemic diarrhoea and cholera: their pathology and treatment. With a record of George Johnson. Cholera is an acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholera.
It has a short incubation period, from less than one day to five days, and produces an enterotoxin that causes a copious, painless, watery diarrhea that can quickly lead to severe dehydration and death if treatment is not promptly given.
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In De, using the RIL, was the first to discover cholera enterotoxin and to publish a book “Cholera, its Pathology and Pathogenesis RIL developed by De was used in several laboratories for the study of enteropathogenic serotypes of E.
coli from children with diarrhoea living in the developed world results were equivocal, and no one other than De had examined E. coli from.
An essay on the nature of the epidemic usually called Asiatic cholera, with the reasons why it should be regarded as an epidemic diarrhoea serosa, instead of common cholera morbus; and an attempt to found the treatment upon the pathology of the disease: by Thomas Spencer.
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.
A pair of twins with cholera are held by their mother, right, and sister, centre, as they receive IV drips at a cholera clinic in Port-au-Prince in Photograph: Allison Shelley. An essay on the nature of the epidemic usually called Asiatic cholera, &c., with the reasons why it should be regarded as an epidemic diarrhoea serosa, instead of common cholera morbus; and an attempt to found the treatment upon the pathology of the disease: being the annual communication to the Medical Society of the State of New-York.
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The fourth and fifth cholera pandemics—occurring – and –, respectively—were overall less severe than previous pandemics, but had their. Epidemic cholera is truly awful. Cholera causes violent cramps, vomiting and diarrhea that are so frequent and serious that the body will quickly dehydrate.
A person infected with cholera can die within a few hours because the dehydration can be so severe that the blood coagulates.The Cholera Epidemic of in the United States United States. etc.) to any distance; and when liberated may find their way direct to the alimentary canal through the medium of the air— by entering the mouth and nose and being swallowed with the saliva — or, less directly, through the medium of water or food in which they have lodged.