young stethoscopist.

by Henry I. Bowditch

Publisher: Hafner Pub. Co. in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 278 Downloads: 262
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  • Auscultation,
  • Percussion

Edition Notes

SeriesHistory of medicine series -- no. 20
LC ClassificationsRC76.3 B65 1864A
The Physical Object
Number of Pages278
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16915097M

THE YOUNG STETHOSCOPIST HENRY BOWDITCH LEATHER BOUND 1st ED FACSIMILE. AU $ Language: English. Watch. Binding: Hardcover. GREAT PANORAMA PICTURE BOOK. 5 POP-Ups. 3 DIMENSIONAL BOOK. ERNEST NISTER repro. AU $ +AU $ postage. Dr. Bowditch was made an abolitionist by the mobbing of Garrison in , and worked earnestly in the anti-slavery cause. “He was the first in Boston,” says Frederick Douglas, “to treat me as a man.” He is the author of “Life of Nathaniel Bowditch, for the Young” (); “The Young Stethoscopist. bibliographies bibliography of the history of medicine of the united states and canada- * edited by genevieve miller biography kagan, solomon r. Henry Ingersoll Bowditch () established the stethoscope as a diagnostic tool in America with The Young Stethoscopist; or, The Student's Aid to Auscultation (). The published work of Laënnec, Forbes, Collin, Piorry, Bouillaud, Stokes, Skoda, Gerhard, Bowditch, and others was widely available to the medical community and clearly.

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch, a Bostonian physician from the midth century, lived a passionate life full of commitment and devotion to various noble causes – he was a champion of public health, an advocate for inclusion of women in medicine and a staunch abolitionist, all unpopular social perspectives at that time in medical and political history.   These two areas in particular come together quite nicely in one volume on our shelves: Henry Bowditch's The Young Stethoscopist, or, the Student's Aid to Auscultation. (Our copy is actually the New York Academy of Medicine's reprint, since the original edition can't be had for less than $ these days.). The Committee would appreciate receiving references to articles and books on American medical history. They may be sent to Mrs. Janet Koudelka, Welch Medical Library, E. Monument St., Baltimore, Md., 1. Author(s): Bowditch,Henry I(Henry Ingersoll), Title(s): The young stethoscopist, or the student's aid to auscultation/ by Henry I. Bowditch.

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Get this from a library. The young stethoscopist, or, The student's aid to auscultation. [Henry I Bowditch; Samuel Henry Dickson; Milwaukee Academy of Medicine. Book Collection.]. 1. Am J Cardiol. Nov 15;(10) Henry Bowditch and “The Young Stethoscopist”. Cantwell JD(1).

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The Young Stethoscopist. WHEN I visited Cleveland a few months ago and looked at the Surgeon General's books housed in the Allen Memorial Library, I happened to meet an old friend. The publication of Forbe’s translation of Laennec’s book in America inand the postgraduate return of influential American physicians trained in Europe, introduced the stethoscope in America; however, it was slow to be adopted Although Henry Bowditch published a book The Young Stethoscopist inand George Cammann in New York.

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"The Young Stethoscopist" by Henry I. Bowditch Hafner Publishing,ISBN This book was originally published in and was reprinted in It was a textbook for the study of physical diagnosis by medical students and contains a chapter on the different types of stethoscopes.

During the early years he wrote and published "The Young Stethoscopist," a little book even now often referred to as containing most valuable instruction in the art of auscultation and percussion of the chest.

Inwhen he had become a member of the Massachusets Medical Society, he founded with Dr. John Ware the Boston Society of Medical. BOWDITCH, HENRY 1. The Young Stethoscopist or the Student's Aid to Auscultation. New York, With an introduction by Dr. Saul Jarcho. BURNS, ALLAN. Observations on Some of the Most Frequent and Impor- tant Diseases of the Heart.

Edinburgh, With an introduction by Dr. Dickinson W. Richards. HALES, STEPHEN. Statical Essays: Haemastaticks. Author of Public hygiene in America, The young stethoscopist, Consumption in New England, Nat the navigator, An address on the life and character of James Deane, M.D, Brief memories of Louis and some of his contemporaries in the Parisian school of medicine of forty years ago, Memoir Of Amos Twitchell, Life And Correspondence Of Henry Ingersoll Bowditch V1.

He later wrote three important books on diseases of the eyes George Shattuck became dean of Harvard Medical School Henry Bowditch became profewssor of clinical medicine at Harvard. He was an expert in diseases of the chest, esp.T.B. He published a book, The Young Stethoscopist, inused by medical students until the early 20th century.

Books shelved as young-author: Halo by Alexandra Adornetto, Eragon by Christopher Paolini, Light Filters In: Poems by Caroline Kaufman, Beautiful Demons. This practical book will improve your ability to auscultate for heart and breath sounds, and enhance your understanding of their physiology.

Throughout, the book references corresponding tracks on the accompanying website, enabling users to listen to the sounds immediately after reading about the anatomical and physiologic changes associated.

A hundred and three years ago, Dr. Henry I. Bowditch of the Harvard Medical School wrote "The Young Stethoscopist," in which he described all that he could of auscultation of the heart; indeed, his colleague, Dr. Henry J. Bigelow, reviewing the book in The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, complimented Dr.

Bowditch highly by saying that he had booked Laennec up to date and had compressed. Henry Ingersoll Bowditch was an American physician who did research on chest diseases and established the first board of health in Massachusetts.

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William Stokes oil portrait from the Scottish School in Edinburgh, cs showing a young Dr. Stokes seated at a table with his right hand on a book and a stethoscope on the table.

Stokes wrote a well recognized treatise on the stethoscope in while still a medical student at. Introduction: about Young'sThis book is a round-the-world seafood odyssey starting from the cold northern seas and continuing through the Mediterranean and on to Asia and Africa with its final destination the Pacific shores of Seattle.

The book is a cornucopia of information about seafood and the lives of the people involved in the fishing. Stethoscope definition, an instrument used in auscultation to convey sounds in the chest or other parts of the body to the ear of the examiner.


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