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Medicina nautica: an essay on the diseases of seamen

comprehending the history of health in His Majesty"s fleet, under the command of Richard Earl Howe, admiral

by Trotter, Thomas

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Published by Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies in London .
Written in English


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StatementBy Thomas Trotter .
ContributionsUniversity of Leeds. Library
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL26250860M

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Thomas Trotter (–) was a Scottish naval physician and author who was a leading medical reformer in the Royal Navy and an ardent critic of the slave trade. Trotter was born in Melrose, Roxburghshire, and studied medicine under Alexander Monro (secundus) in major work, the Medicina Nautica, was published in and provides a.

Trotter, Medicina Nautica: An Essay on the Diseases of Seamen (London, ), [57] Trotter, A Practicable Plan for Manning the Royal Navy and Preserving our Maritime Ascendancy, without Impressment (Newcastle: Longman, ), Title(s): Medicina nautica: an essay on the diseases of seamen By Thomas Trotter Edition: 2d ed.

Country of Publication: England Publisher: London. Author(s): Trotter,Thomas,; Daniels,Worth B(Worth Bagley),Jr, Title(s): Medicina nautica: an essay on the diseases of seamen: comprehending the history of health in His Majesty's fleet, under the Command of Richard Earl Howe, Admiral/ by Thomas Trotter.

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PDF | OnJ. Crellin and others published The Health of Seamen, Selections from the Works of Dr. James Lind, Sir Gilbert Blane and Dr. Thomas Trotter | Author: John Crellin. When long voyages in sailing vessels were commonplace, scurvy was a major health hazard in mariners of all nations.

The observations of James Lind (–94) and others indicated that citrus fruits had both a preventive and curative role in this disease. In the light of this work, by the disease had been virtually eliminated from Britain’s Royal by: 8.

Publicizing vaccination as a form of holy war would, of itself, have converted few to the cause had it not been so badly needed in the actual military campaigns Britain was launching against France.

InDr. Thomas Trotter issued a pamphlet called Medicina Nautica: An Essay on the Diseases of Seamen, where he wrote. Essay, Medical, Philosophical, and Chemical, on Drunken ness, and its Effects on the Human Body,Ob servations on the Sscuruy: with a review of the theories lately advanced on that disease; and the opinions of Dr.

Milman refuted from practice. ;, Medicina Nautica: an essay on the diseases of seamen. 3 vols. 2d ed.

Joseph Johnson. for example, Dr. Trotter issued a pamphlet called Medicina Nautica: An Essay on the Diseases of Seamen, where he wrote concern-ing the yellow fever: The ravages which this fatal Disease have made in our fleets and armies, are beyond all.

The Medical Board had been licensing surgeons for the navy since the latter years of the eighteenth century (Thomas Trotter, Medicina Nautica: An Essay on the Diseases of Seamen, 2nd ed. [London: Longman, ], 12, 25, 34).

Google ScholarAuthor: B. Burg. "Medicina Nautica: an Essay on the Diseases of Seamen" Volume III, Londonp. "De magnis Hippocratis" Lienibus Libellus, Antwerppp. 26a – 31b. Trotter, Medicina Nautica: an essay on the diseases of seamen, 2 vols, –9 Google Scholar G. Blane, Observations on the diseases of seamen, 3 edns, –99 Google Scholar J.

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