3 edition of A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead found in the catalog.
A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead
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A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead, particularly of the extract of saturn, for different Author: Mr. Goulard. A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead: particularly of the extract of saturn, for different chirurgical disorders.
Translated from the French of Mr. Goulard A new edition, with remarks, by G. Arnaud, M.D. Author(s): Goulard(Thomas)Mr. Title(s): A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead, particularly of the extract of saturn, for different chirurgical disorders. It was named after its introducer, Thomas Goulard.
Lead poisoning and the development of more effective astringents caused doctors to abandon its use. Main author: Thomas Goulard Title: A treatise on the effects and various preparations of lead: particularly of the extract of saturn, for different chirurgical disorders.
Translated from the. Thomas Goulard (–) was a French surgeon famous for Goulard's extract, a solution of lead(II) acetate and lead(II) oxide which was formerly used as an d was a surgeon and anatomist in Montpellier who specialized in genitourinary disorders.
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There can be little doubt that the preparations of lead operate by direct contact with the parts affected, being in the first place absorbed into the blood, and then distributed over the system. By Tiedemann and Gmelin, Orfila, and other chemists, the metal has been detected in the blood, the urine and milk, the brain and spinal marrow, the muscles, the.
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