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" The remote causes are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous system, which, diminishing the energy of the brain, thereby produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels. "
First Lines of the Practice of Physic - Page 62
by William Cullen - 1808
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A Treatise on the Fevers of Jamaica: With Some Observations on the ...

Robert Jackson - 1791 - 539 pages
...fever, according to this authour, are fedative powers, applied to the nervous fyflem, which diminilhing the energy of the brain, thereby produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme veffels. Such, however, is at the fame time the nature...
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A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century: Part First; in Two ..., Volume 1

Samuel Miller - Art, Modern - 1803 - 510 pages
...the following words : " Upon the whole, our doctrine of fever is explicitly this. The remote causes are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous...produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels. Such, however, is, at the same time, the nature...
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An Inquiry Into the Seat and Nature of Fever: As Deducible from the ...

Henry Clutterbuck - Electronic books - 1807 - 440 pages
...is. The remote caufes are certain fedalivc powers applied to the nervous fyftem, which, diminiihing the energy of the brain, thereby produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vcffels."— Firjl Lines of the Practice of P/iy/ic,...
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The London Medical Review, Volume 1

1808
...the whole, our doctrine of fever is explicitly this : Tho remote causes are certain sedative power* applied to the nervous system, which diminishing the energy of the brain, thereby produces a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme (and...
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A Practical Treatise on the Efficacy of Bloodletting, in the Epidemic Fever ...

Benjamin Welsh, Edinburgh (Scotland). Queensberry-House Fever Hospital - Epidemics - 1819 - 152 pages
...Upon the whole, our doctrine of fever is expli" citly this: The remote causes are certain seda" five powers applied to the nervous system, which " diminishing the energy of the brain, thereby.pro" duce a debility in the whole of the functions, and " particularly in the action of the...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 12

Medicine - 1828
...distinct opinions. " Upon the whole, our doctrine of fever is explicitly this: — The remote causes, are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous system, which, diminishing the energy of the hrain, therehy produces a dehility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of...
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A Treatise on Fever

Southwood Smith - Fever - 1830 - 436 pages
...whole," says this celebrated theorist, " our doctrine of fever is explicitly this. The remote causes are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous...produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels. Such, however, is at the same time the nature...
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Caloric: Its Mechanical, Chemical, and Vital Agencies in the ..., Volume 2

Samuel Lytler Metcalfe - Heat - 1843
...Cullen, as summed up by the author in his Practice of Physic, was, that " the remote causes of fever are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous...diminishing the energy of the brain, thereby produce debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels: —...
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An Account of the Life, Lectures, and Writings of William Cullen, Volume 2

John Thomson - 1859
...of his First Lines. " Upon the whole, our doctrine of fever is explicitly this : The remote causes are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous...produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels. Such, however, is, at the same time, the nature...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 28

1861
...'First Lines' he writes: " Upon the whole, our doctrine offerer is explicitly this : The remote causes are certain sedative powers applied to the nervous...produce a debility in the whole of the functions, and particularly in the action of the extreme vessels." Dr. Mason Good is of the same opinion, and...
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