The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. individual article.

The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal

Likely Boston: Unknown, 1861- 4. All First Printings. Detached. VG / None. Item #290

THIS LOT IS A COMPILATION OF MEDICAL JOURNALS DATED FROM 1861 THROUGH 1864. EACH HAS CIVIL WAR RELATED INFORMATION.

ALL ARE DISBOUND.

FOLLOWING ARE THE DATES OF THE ARTICLES AND A BRIEF RECAP OF SOME OF THE CIVIL WAR RELATED ARTICLES:

Oct 24, 1861: Chloroform vs ether.

June 5 weekly to July 31, 1862: Several articles on gunshot wounds and each section contains an article titled, "Army Medical Intelligence," which is a lengthy report from various Army Medical units. Much interest in Massachusetts soldiers.

June 19, 1862: What happens to your body when you fall from a ship's rigging. Visit to army camps.

December 4, 1862 weekly to January 29, 1863: Much more military input and discussion as the War progressed. Diet, gunshot wounds, ambulances, camp visits and many other subjects are discussed.

July 3, 1862: Two case studies of war wounds, Hammond's call for data, regs for hospital/medical dress, etc.

Price: $90.00

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