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Medical electricity

Alfred Charles Garratt

Medical electricity

embracing electro-physiology and electricity as a therapeutic

by Alfred Charles Garratt

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Published by J. B. Lippincott & co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electrotherapeutics.,
  • Electrophysiology.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM871 .G25
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1103 p. incl. illus., pl. fold. diagr.
    Number of Pages1103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23402242M
    LC Control Number07015020

    Treatise on the medical and surgical Applications of electricity. 2nd Edition. Disbound wraps. Internally quite clean and unmarked. Ex-Library with some of the usual markings. pages plus several pages of ads. Rear wraps absent. Louis Alfred Becquerel (3 June – 10 March ) was a French physician and medical Rating: % positive. A hand-book for operators in medical electricity and massage: containing diagrams of the chief motor points and concise tables, showing the action of the muscles .

    Jellico Medical Center, Jellico, TN. K likes. Jellico Medical Center, Inc. is part of Rennova Health. We operate 54 beds and serve the people of Campbell (TN) and Whitley (KY) Counties/5(). If you have ever wondered whether electricity had legitimate, and well documented, therapeutic uses, this book is for you. A fantastic reference document for serious researchers and Healthcare Providers! #B, pp, spiralbound $ ESSENTIALS OF MEDICAL ELECTRICITY E. .

      THE STORY OF ELECTRICITY. BY JOHN MUNRO. AUTHOR OF ELECTRICITY AND ITS USES, PIONEERS OF ELECTRICITY, HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPH, ETC., AND JOINT AUTHOR OF MUNRO AND JAMIESON'S POCKET BOOK OF ELECTRICAL RULES AND TABLES. PREFACE. A work on electricity needs little recommendation to stimulate the interest of the general 5/5(1). book contains John Fell’s expenses, income, experimental records and correspondence with a number of London electricians. 14 Paola Bertucci, “Sparking Controversy. Jean Antoine Nollet and Medical Electricity South of the Alps,” Nuncius. Journal of the History of Science 20 (), –; id. Viaggio nel paese delle Size: 1MB.


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