There are 48 books in this catalogue.
The Cure for all Diseases
Clark, Hulda Regehr, Ph.D., N.D.
Book Number: 66201
New Century Press, 1995 8vo. softcover. 604pp. index, b/w illus. Good+, cover edges rubbed, spine faded.
The Pharmacy: Windows In History
Book Number: 65177
Editiones Roche, Basel 1996, 4to. hardcover. 293pp. colour illus. Very good+. / Very good+ d/w.
The Natural History of Quackery
Book Number: 64570
Michael Joseph, London 1961. 8vo. hardcover. 224pp. index, b/w illus. Good, foxed. / Very good d/w.
The Ophthalmic Prescriber's Codex
Francis E. Preston
Book Number: 6027
H.K. Lewis 1943 16mo. Blue cloth, red page ends, good condition with no marks. Faded spine. better sight, treatment, dangerous drugs, weights and measures, formulas, solubilities, vitamin content, doses, anaesthetics, abbreviations, diseases of the eye and how to treat them.
What to do in Cases of Poisoning - Eleventh Edition
Book Number: 57939
H K Lewis London 1912 12mo. Hardcover. 283pp. Very good. Po name on fep and half-title, notes in rear. Index. This pocket-sized manual represents the eleventh edition of a treatise on poisoning which was first published by Dr. W. Murrell in 1881. The initial sections on Classification, Antidotes, Emetics, etc., and especially on Diagnosis of Poisoning, are excellent in their terse but adequate presentation. The body of the volume comprises a discussion first of acute, then of chronic poisonings, arranged in alphabetical order. It includes symptoms, fatal dose and treatment.
Verruca Pedis Methods of Treatment - The Actinic Series Vol. I
P. J. Read, C. E. Kemp, General Editor
Book Number: 6393
London, The Actinic Press 1950 Blue wraps with buff d/w - unclipped, both good solid condition, damaged spine, light foxing on page ends, clean copy. Volume 1 in the series dedicated to foot care. Illustrated with diagrams, figures, and tables.
Tray and Trolley Setting
Dickie, Helen M.
Book Number: 20216
U.K. Livingstone. 1961 12mo. maroon cloth softcover. 167pp. good.
Arzneibuch für das Deutsche Reich. Dritte Ausgabe. (Pharmacopoea Germanica, editio III.)
Book Number: 39975
Berlin 1890 8vo. Red cloth hardcover with gilt symbol on black cloth paste down on front board and gilt title (worn)on black cloth paste down to spine. The end pages look newer than the copy, so I think it may have been rebound. The copy is lightly toned and there is a watermark running through the bottom of the pages, the pages have no waffle. 432pp. A comprehensive pharmacopoeia, in A-Z form, with additional chapters, describing the drugs and medicines in use in Germany in 1890, including alot of natural medicine, with details of methods of preparation and strengths of dosage. Text peinted in the German language and in the beautiful old german script.
Nervous Girl's Guide to Nip and Tuck - TV's Ten Years Younger
Book Number: 43617
THORSONS May 2, 2006 8vo softcover 288pp very good. In his jargon free guide, Dr Patrick explains all the latest beauty fixes from Botox to Facial chemical peels, microdermarasions to laser treatments. He answers the questions such as Does it Hurt? Does it Work? and How Much Does it Cost??
This Isn't What I Expected: Overcoming Postpartum Depression
Kleiman, Karen and Valerie D. Raskin M.D.
Book Number: 52351
Bantam August 1, 1994 8vo softcover 320pp very good. A major addition to both maternity and psychology literature, here is a guide to self-help and professional treatment of postpartum depression--one of the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed mental illnesses. The authors debunk the myths surrounding PPD and provide compassionate support and solid advice for women with PPD.
Diagnostic considerations in ancient Indian surgery (based on Nidana-Sthana of Susruta-Samhita)
Singhal (G.) Singh (L. & K.)
Book Number: 22692
1972 Institute of Medical Sciences Banras Hindu University, India 8vo. Cloth, dw a very torn, worn and chipped however copy is very good, cloth good. Allahabad, 1972. Dr. Singhal's monumental undertaking to publish Susruta in concise English with the accompanying Sanskrit Slokas will be valuable to all scientists interested in comparative studies of Medical Systems
Physiotherapy in Obstetrics ( Including Education for Childbirth and Post-natal Restoration)
Book Number: 23929
E. &S. Livingstone Third editon 1967 8vo, 158pp. Good copy with ffl missing, blue d/w with light wear around the edges. index, glossary, includes, Anatomy, physiology, mechanism of labour, endocrine funciton in normal pregnancy, deviations from the normal during pregnancy, deviations from the normal during and after labour, history of obstetrics, methods of arranging instruction, physical preperation, mental preperation, rehearsal of labour, lactation, analgesics and anaesthetics, post natal restoration, asepsis for the physiotherapist.
Simpson, the obstetrician : a biography
Book Number: 26845
London Gollancz 1972 8vo hardcover 304pp index, b/w illus. very good, small owne'rs name & small liquid paper mark on fep. / very good d/w with faded spine. Bibliography: p. -298.
Book Number: 29346
Michael Joseph London 1967. First edition 8vo. hardcover. 198pp. index, b/w illus. very good. / good d/w.
Speech Disorders - Aphasia, Apraxia and Agnosia
Book Number: 35197
London Butterworths 1962 reprint 8vo. Brown cloth hardcover. 184pp. Title in gilt on spine. no d/w. Solid, unfoxed, copy, clean external boards, would be called very good, execpt for the underlining. Illustrated with examples. Underlining throughout some sections - some in pencil, some in pen. Contents include The Origin and Nature of Laqnguage, The Development of Speech in the Child, Handedness and Cerebral Dominance, The History of Thought about Aphasia, The Anatomy, Phychophysiology and Morbid Anatomy of Speech, The Neurology of Language, The Aphasias and Other Speech Disorders, The Alexias and Agraphias, The Examination of the Patient, The Prognosis and Course of Aphasia, The Treatment of Aphasia, Developmental Disorders of Speech, the Apraxias, the Agnosias, Index.
Hysterectomy: New Options and Advances
Book Number: 40987
Oxford University Press, USA May 18, 1995 8vo softcover 272pp very good. Just the prescription for a woman contemplating this complex issue. The author has not only produced a book which clarifies the many different types of hysterectomy, with illustrations, but have concentrated on how to deal with the physical and emotional aspects of these operations....Their uncluttered writing style makes it easy for the potential candidate for the operation to understand her body; evaluate her symptoms; be aware of the factors which influence gynecologists to choose surgery; know how to discuss her anxieties about the operation with her doctor; have an accurate knowledge of the physical and emotional effects of hysterectomy; and make an informed decision about surgery....[The authors] maintain that in tests, women with a better understanding of the operation made a much better adjustment.
Wrong Rooms - A Memior
Book Number: 46621
Simon & Schuster UK December 31, 1939 8vo softcover 320pp near fine. After meeting in 1992, and moving in together in 1993, Mark and Drew's happiness was shattered by Drew being diagnosed with skin cancer. He was told he would have two years to live, he died three months later. This is their story about finding love, and losing love.
Nols Wilderness First Aid
Schimelpfenig, Todd & Lindsey, Linda
Book Number: 47423
Stackpole Books 1992 8vo softcover 356pp index, b/w illus. very good. A sound foundation in first aid skills, this standard reference emphasizes prevention and treatment of common wilderness accidents and illnesses.
The fever : how malaria has ruled humankind for 500,000 years
Book Number: 50494
Crows Nest, N.S.W. Allen & Unwin 2010 8vo softcover 307pp index. Fine. Malaria is coming. It already infects 200 million new patients each year and kills 1 million. With climate change it is moving into new regions of the world, and scientists predict it will become endemic in northern Australia for the first time in the foreseeable future. Sonia Shah takes us on a tour through the strange biology of the mosquito and the even stranger history of its relationship with humans over the ages.
Orthomolecular Treatment for Schizophrenia - Megavitamin supplements and Nutritional strategies for Healing and Recovery
Book Number: 50792
McGraw-Hill April 11, 1999 8vo softcover 48pp near fine. COMBAT SCHIZOPHRENIA WITH THE MEGAVITAMIN AND NUTRITIONAL STRATEGIES OF ORTHOMOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY - Schizophrenia is a disease and syndrome with biochemical origins that has the hallmarks of debilitating perceptual disorders and thought disturbances. Orthomolecular psychiatry, a treatment strategy that uses megadoses of vitamins B-3 and C in conjunction with correct nutrition, yields a 90 percent recovery rate in acute cases and up to 50 percent in chronic patients. This guide by the cofounder of orthomolecular therapy offers a step-by-step approach so that patients and their families will get the maximum benefits from treatment. THE MAGIC OF ORTHOMOLECULAR TREATMENT - Orthomolecular treatment of schizophrenia is a comprehensive approach that includes megavitamin therapy, nutrition, and counseling of both patient and family members. This guide, written by a cofounder of orthomolecular psychiatry, outlines the strategies you will need to get an informed diagnosis, proper treatment, and appropriate, flexible follow-up for the schizophrenic patient.
The Sun Is My Enemy: One Woman's Victory over Mysterious and Dreaded Disease - Lupus
Book Number: 50862
Beacon Pr June 1976 8vo softcover 167pp very good. The Sun Is My Enemy is the only published first-hand account of a case of lupus. The disease is systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), which the author has had for some 20 years. Fever, dizziness, nausea, edema, and sun-induced rashes were her lot in the early 1950s, but physicians could not decide on a diagnosis until she developed a butterfly rash and classic LE cells. A few years later, by chance, she heard of a Bulgarian doctor who had been successful in treating lupus. She went to Bulgaria, located an old professor who had been using injections of nicotinic acid for this disease. She was started on the program and advised to continue it back in Boston. In a few months, her symptoms disappeared, and she became strong enough to play tennis. Even her severe kidney damage began to repair itself. The doctors were totally surprised and are still by no means convinced that it was not a spontaneous remission!