Rochester, NY: Taylor Instrument Companies, 1931.
Seller ID: mfs17
Narrow 12mo, paperbound (stiff brown textured wrappers, stapled), 40 pp. Illustrated. Fine (As New). Contents: Physiology; Methods of Determining Blood Pressure; Blood Pressure Normals; Interpretation of Blood Pressure; Functional Tests for Cardia Efficiency; Hypertension and Its Treatment; Hypotension and Its Treatment; Blood Pressure in Disease; Blood Pressure in Surgery; Types of Sphygmomanometers. View More...
Neustadt: By the Author, (195). First Edition.
Seller ID: 4241bd
Royal octavo, xxiii + 1521 pp. Photos., facsimiles. Good, with edgewear that includes bumped corners and fraying along spine. Photographs provided upon request. International orders will require additional postage. View More...
Volume I of two. Octavo, quarter calf & marbled boards (hardcover, leather). Engraved plates. Good; lacks spine labels, front joint very tender. ÒThre greatest physiologist of modern France.Ó -- Garrison, Morton-Garrison 1234.1. ÒThis work covers the physiology and pathology of blood and other body fluids.Ó -- Heirs of Hippocrates, 1796. ÒBernard's series of lectures on the liquids of the organism contains his first usage of the expression Ômilieu' to express a controlled and constant internal environment (i.e., the blood) mediating between the life of the organism and its external envi... View More...
Topeka, Kan.: Kansas Medical Society, 1959.
Seller ID: 28577
This copy is the editor's copy, hardbound, and bearing the title and his name stamped on the front cover. The copy has also been signed by 7 of the contributors: Pauline Farrell, David E. Gray, Richard Greer, John A. Segerson, Dwight Lawson, Orville R. Clark and Perce Harvey, Jr. 4to, original stiff wrappers bound in fabricoid, 178 pp. Photos, illus. Clipping annoucing the book's publication pasted to front endpaper; otherwise Near-Fine. View More...
New York: Andrew J. Graham, (1846). Sixth Edition, carefully revised and much enlarged. Presentation copy, inscribed.
Seller ID: 61148bd
Signed & incribed by the author: ÒRev. James Alva Spiers, Librarian / of Randolph Macon College / Ashland, Virginia / From his Friend / The Author.Ó Octavo, original cloth (hardcover), marbled edges, vi,  - 431 pp, [i] pp. 3.5 x 2.5 albumen frontis. portrait of the author. Materia Medica, pp. 368 - 411 illustrated with woodcuts. Good; some shelfwear, in a mylar protector. View More...
Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1832. Fifth Edition, with Additions and Improvements.
Seller ID: 61149bd
Octavo, original calf (hardcover, leather), calf label, xvi, - pp. Plates. Fair; spine has been detached and then re-glued, some foxing; otherwise clean and tight in mylar protector. View More...
Hatford: Silas Andrus & Son, 1847. First American Edition.
Seller ID: 50523bd
Octavo, blind-stamped cloth (hardcover), [i]-xxvi, -259 pp. Good; some shelf wear, some foxing. ÒEsdaile, a surgeon to the government of India in 1847, described the use of Mesmeric anesthesia for arm amputation, cataract operations, removal of toenails, and removal of tumors over 80 pounds. No deaths occurred.Ó -- Sim, The Heritage of Anesthesia, p. 341. [Morton-Garrison 5650.3, referring to the English edition]. View More...
American Public Health Association, (1972).
Seller ID: 19741gcs
Signed & inscribed by the Author. Royal octavo, red cloth (hardcover), white letters,  pp. Fine. Contents include: Health Problems and Their World-wide Aspects; Social Policy and Health in the U. S.; Crises and Reforms in Health Services in the U. S.; Comments by The Eleventh Lecturer; The Problems of The Department of Health, Education and Welfare; The HEW White Paper of May 1971; Health Policies and Planning for the U. S.; Changes in State and Local Health Departments; The Role of the Consumer and Need for Communication; Concluding Remarks; The Bronfman Prizes for Public Health Achi... View More...