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" There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox, none that operates at so great a distance. "
Nursing ... - Page 114
by S. Virginia Levis - 1901
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Lectures on the principles and practice of physic, Volume 2

Sir Thomas Watson - 1857
...in general, more than ordinarily severe ; although different epidemics vary much in that respect.* There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox : none that operates at so great a distance. Dr. Haygarth states, " that during his long attention...
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Handbook of the science and practice of medicine

1863
...preventing it spreading from ward to ward in large hospitals during the prevalence of the disease. " There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox: none that operates at so great a distance" (WATSON). The fact that small-pox is communicable has been...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

William Aitken - Medicine - 1864 - 993 pages
...preventing it spreading from ward to ward in large hospitals during the prevalence of the disease. " There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox: none that operates at so great a distance" (WATSON). The fact that small-pox is communicable has been...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

William Aitken - Clinical medicine - 1866
...preventing it spreading from ward to ward in large hospitals during the prevalence of the disease. "There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox: none that operates at so great a distance" (WATSON). The fact that small-pox is communicable has been...
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The homœopathic vade mecum of modern medicine and surgery

Edward Harris Ruddock - 1867
...lower animals, and extended from them to the human species by infection or contagion " (Aithen). " There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox ; none that operates at so great a distance " (Watson). The period during which the poison is most...
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The Student's Handbook of the Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use of ...

Henry Aubrey Husband - Medicine - 1873 - 263 pages
...distinct, the danger in the former being greater during the stage of secondary fever. Dr Watson says, "There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of smallpox : none that operates at so great a distance." The treatment of small-pox is either local, pertaining...
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Text Book of Modern Medicine and Surgery on Homœopathic Principles

Edward Harris Ruddock - Homeopathic surgery - 1874 - 1029 pages
...lower animals, and extended from them to the human species by infection or contagion " (Aitken). " There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of Smallpox ; none that operates at so great a distance, both of time and place " (Watson). The period during which...
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Annual Report, Volumes 1-4

1877
...with renewed violence. There was no disease so contagious as smallpox. Sir Thomas Watson writes, " there is no contagion so strong and sure as that of smallpox, none that operates at so great a distance. It is readily communicable in every way; by inoculation,...
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Annual report of the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey. 1877-81

1877
...with renewed violence. There was no disease so contagious as smallpox. Sir Thomas Watson writes, " there is no contagion so strong and sure as that of smallpox, none that operates at so great a distance. It is readily communicable in every way ; by inoculation,...
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Lectures on domestic hygiene and home nursing

Lionel Alexander Weatherly - Care of the sick - 1881
...indicated in each individual case. SMALL-POX.— Sir Thomas Watson, in writing of this disease, says, " There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of smallpox ; none that operates at so great a distance." I well remember the outbreak of a severe epidemic of...
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