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" England shows itself so little contagious, in the sense in which small-pox and scarlatina are commonly called contagious, that, if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is almost no risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse... "
Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - Page 204
by Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - 1885
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 38

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1834
...commonly called contagious, that, if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is almost no risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse...certain peculiar infectiveness of its own, which, where local conI'ublic Health, ditions assist, can operate with terrible force, and at considerable...
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Reports of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council and Local Government ...

1867
...small-pox and typhus are commonly called contagious, that, if proper precautions are taken where it ia present, there is scarcely any risk that the disease...upon the sick. But Cholera has a certain peculiar contagiousness of its own, now to be explained ; which, where sanitary circumstances are bad, can operate...
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British ...

Medicine - 1867
...which small-pox and typhus are commonly called contagious, that, if proper precautions are taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the...upon the sick. But cholera has a certain peculiar contagiousness of its own, now to be explained ; which, where sanitary circumstances are bad, can operate...
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Annual report of the Metropolitan Board of Health of the State of ..., Volume 1

1867
...smallpox und typhus are commonly culled contagious, that, if proper precautions ore taktn where it i present, there is scarcely any risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse aud otherwice closely attend upon tfye sick. But cholera has a certain peculiar contagiousness of its...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

William Aitken - Medical geography - 1868 - 1072 pages
...small-pox and typhus fever are commonly called contagious, that, if proper precautions are taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the...nurse and otherwise closely attend upon the sick. But he admits it is not less true, that all matters which the patient discharges from his stomach and bowels...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

William Aitken - Medical geography - 1868 - 1072 pages
...small-pox and typhus fever are commonly called contagious, that, if pro|>er precautions are taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the...nurse and otherwise closely attend upon the sick. But he admits it is not less true, that all matters which the patient discharges from the stomach and bowels...
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The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 2

1871
...which si null-pox and scarlatina are commonly called contagious, that if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the disease will spread to persona who nurse and otherwise closely attend upon the sick. But cholera has a certain peculiar infectivencss...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 28

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1872
...which small-pox and scarlatina are commonly called contagious, that, if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse aud otherwise closely attend upon the sick. But cholera has a certain peculiar infectiveness of its...
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Report

New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Health - Public health - 1872
...which Small-Pox and Scarlatina are commonly called contagious, that if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is scarcely any risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse, or otherwise closely attend upon the sick." The same is true of communities however large. Proper cleanliness...
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Reports of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council and Local Government ...

1874
...commonly called contagious, that, if reasonable care be taken where it is present, there is almost no risk that the disease will spread to persons who nurse...certain peculiar infectiveness of its own, which, where local conditions assist, can operate with terrible force, and at considerable distances from...
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