A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox.

Giving some account of the rise, progress, success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving the small pox by incisions illustrated by sundry cases of the inoculated.
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Smallpox -- Vaccina
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A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox. Giving some account of the rise, progress, success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving the small pox by incisions illustrated by sundry cases of the inoculated. NLM copy bound with: A letter to Doctor Zabdiel Boylston; occasion'd by a late Dissertation concerning inoculation.

Boston, Evans Blake, J. NLM 18th cent. Garrison-Morton (5th ed.) Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints ESTC (RLIN) Microfilm NLM copy bound in green goatskin, signed by Horton Bindery; all edges gilt Condition reviewed. A Dissertation concerning the Inoculation of the Small-pox.

() A Practical Essay Concerning the Small-pox. () The Practical History of a New Epidemic Eruptive Miliary Fever, with an Angina Ulcusculosa, Which Prevailed in Boston, New England, in the Years and (). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Turk JL, Allen E.

The influence of John Hunter's inoculation practice on Edward Jenner's discovery of vaccination against smallpox. J R Soc Med ; Douglass W A letter to Doctor Zabdiel Boylston, occasioned by a Late Dissertation Concerning Inoculation. London: D. Henchman. How did this eradication occur. From to all fifty states enacted legislation mandating school age children receive the smallpox vaccine (College of Philadelphia).

Consequently, byno smallpox cases had been reported in the United States for 20 years. The last known smallpox case in the world was in Somalia in (CDC ). 1. Introduction. Smallpox is widely considered one of the most lethal of all human pathogens, and was also the first disease to be eradicated.

Vaccination was developed by Edward Jenner at the very end of the eighteenth century (Jenner, ), and reduced smallpox to a relatively minor cause of death A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox. book Europe by the mid-nineteenth r, smallpox still accounted for.

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Sir Hans Sloane's account of inoculation as a means to protect against smallpox followed several earlier articles published in Philosophical Transactions on this procedure. Inoculation (also called ‘variolation’) involved the introduction of small amounts of infectious material from smallpox vesicles into the skin of healthy subjects, with the goal of inducing mild symptoms that would.

Book Review. The conquest of smallpox: the impact of inoculation on smallpox mortality in eighteenth century Britain unaltered main text is preceded by a brief new introduction that adds some recently compiled data and a more nuanced thesis concerning the ultimate impact of inoculation and vaccination on overall mortality in the period.

A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox. Giving some account of the rise, progress, success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving the small pox by incisions illustrated by sundry cases of the inoculated.

Douglass, William. A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox. Giving some account of the rise, progress, success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving the small pox by incisions illustrated by sundry cases of the inoculated. Publication info: Ann Arbor, MI:: Text Creation Partnership, Availability.

A bit too detailed at times, but mostly an interesting book about Cotton Mather, Benjamin Franklin and others and the smallpox epidemic of Cotton Mather had recently learned about inoculation and there was a lot of argument about whether it should be done/5(24). After, he attempted to infect Phipps with human smallpox, but the boy simply shook off the virus.

Two year later, Jenner published his results in a book. Whereas the Small-pox, at this time in many parts of the Commonwealth is likely to spread and become general, and it hath been proved by incontestible experience that the late discovery’s and Improvements therein have produced great Benefits to Mankind, by rendering a Distemper, which taken in the common way is always dangerous and often fatal, comparatively mild and safe by Inoculation, and.

Smallpox inoculation in the eighteenth century was the genesis of modern immunology.

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This new method of purposely contracting a disease in order to secure protection from it was an empirical folk practice from the New East that ran counter to traditional European habits of thought in both medicine and religion.

Based on diligent research in all available sources, this detailed study brings. Smallpox was an infectious disease caused by one of two virus variants, Variola major and Variola minor.

The last naturally occurring case was diagnosed in Octoberand the World Health Organization (WHO) certified the global eradication of the disease in The risk of death following contracting the disease was about 30%, with higher rates among babies.

The Smallpox Vaccination Program: Public Health in an Age of Terrorism constitutes the committee's seventh and final report, and the committee hopes that it will fulfill three purposes: 1) To serve as an archival document that brings together the six reports addressed to Julie Gerberding, director of CDC, and previously released on line and as.

The prevalence of smallpox during the early years of the American War for Independence posed a very real danger to the success of the Revolution. This essay documents the impact of the deadly disease on the course of military activities during the war and analyzes small- pox as a critical factor in the military decision-making process.

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Histo. The history of smallpox holds a unique place in medicine. It was one of the deadliest diseases known to humans, and to date () the only human disease to have been eradicated by vaccination. The smallpox vaccine, introduced by Edward Jenner inwas the first successful vaccine to be developed.

He observed that milkmaids who previously had caught cowpox did not catch smallpox. Among the Continental regulars in the American Revolution, 90 percent of deaths were caused by disease, and Variola the small pox virus was the most vicious of them all.

(Gabriel and Metz) On the 6th of JanuaryGeorge Washington wrote to Dr. William Shippen Jr., ordering him to inoculate all of the forces that came through. In his excellent book House on Fire, the year-old physician and epidemiologist describes how he and other health workers got to smallpox eradication — by dreaming, being savvy in.

The vaccine debate continues for some people, despite the overwhelming evidence that vaccines are safe and don't cause autism. With so much misinformation about vaccines confusing parents, it can be hard for some to know what to do and whether or not to vaccinate their kids.

In addition to talking to your pediatrician, reading one or more of these books about vaccines—which are some. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. results in SearchWorks catalog. Cotton Mather / ˈ m æ ð ər / FRS (Febru – Febru ) was a New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and left a scientific legacy due to his hybridization experiments and his promotion of inoculation for disease prevention, though he is most frequently remembered today for his involvement in the Salem witch trials.

The Adoption of Inoculation for Smallpox in England and France by Miller, Genevieve and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is filled with Scripture after Scripture after Scripture all showing that the chief end that God created the world for is the display of His own glory.

Edwards, at times, is too philosophical and can impose systems of thoughts on the Bible rather than reading systems of thoughts from the Bible/5(35). Book Description: Smallpox inoculation in the eighteenth century was the genesis of modern immunology. This new method of purposely contracting a disease in order to secure protection from it was an empirical folk practice from the New East that ran counter to traditional European habits of thought in both medicine and religion.

Smallpox was the greatest epidemic scourge of eighteenth‐century Europe, and accounted for 10–20 per cent of burials in urban populations in Britain.1 1 Mercer, Disease, mortality and population, ch.

3. There was no effective treatment for the disease but two forms of prophylaxis, inoculation and vaccination, were introduced into Britain over the course of the eighteenth century. Between outbreaks of smallpox, it became common practice to take one’s children to an inoculation hospital to undergo induced smallpox.

Some declared it to be a way of fighting fire with fire. In his autobiography, Benjamin Franklin bitterly regretted that he had not inoculated his son Francis who died of smallpox in at the age of four.The first major book (, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) to critique safety flaws in the mass vaccination system and expose the dangers of the DPT vaccine, including the link between vaccine induced brain inflammation and autism.

Referenced with scientific studies and more than case histories of vaccine .