Last edited by Voodoojas
Sunday, May 10, 2020 | History

4 edition of report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from 1865 to 1871. found in the catalog.

report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from 1865 to 1871.

by George Alexander Otis

  • 353 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surgery, Military.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    SeriesU. S. Surgeon-General"s Office. Circular,, no. 3. August 17, 1871
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD205 .U6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination296 p.
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6979171M
    LC Control Number07000402
    OCLC/WorldCa4264326

    The basis of this Civil War medical book collection is the presence of these medical textbooks in the Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogue as published in , , and See a list of all catalogues with publications and dates. The edition and year of publication is representative of those listed in the printed Catalogue in and Outlines of the Chief Camp Diseases of the United States Army (As observed during the present war), by Joseph Janvier Woodward, M.D., , marked for the U. S. Army Hospital Department A copy of this text book is listed in the Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogue and the list of medical textbooks which were published during the.

      U. S. Army Hospital Department and Medical Department inscriptions. In general, due to the time frame of when actual Civil War material would have been made, most of the hand instruments like the surgical knives will have non-metal handles. Non-metal means: rubber, ivory, ebonized wood, bone, horn, gutta percha, etc. United States Army Washington, D.C., Army Reconstruction – The And. 5. 5 Introduction Although over one hundred fifty years have passed since the start of the American Civil War, that titanic conflict continues to matter. The forces unleashed by that war were immensely destruc- The Army and Reconstruction,

    The 33 years from the end of the Civil War in to the beginning of the Spanish-American War in have been called by most historians of the period () "the day of small things in the United States Army." The Regular Army was reduced to ab men, stationed in small isolated posts, mainly in the Indian country in the Far West. Later, a report "on the climate of Fort D. A. Russell together with its flora and fauna was issued as a circular from the office of The Surgeon General in as was also a similar report on Fort Walla Walla in A report of surgical cases in was made the subject of a circular from the same source (S.G.O. Cir. No. 3, Aug )."Born: Ap , Philadelphia.


Share this book
You might also like
Lost mines and buried treasures of Arizona

Lost mines and buried treasures of Arizona

A discourse shewing, that the yoke of Jesus Christ is easier than the yoke of sin

A discourse shewing, that the yoke of Jesus Christ is easier than the yoke of sin

Perspectives on Federal retail food grading.

Perspectives on Federal retail food grading.

Off with his head.

Off with his head.

Bible mysteries

Bible mysteries

Taking care of eyeglasses (Daily living skills)

Taking care of eyeglasses (Daily living skills)

key to speech and song

key to speech and song

Saddam Husseins Iraq

Saddam Husseins Iraq

Cotemporary biography for 1824, or, Memoirs of three thousand living public characters of the British Empire and the civilized world alphabetically arranged

Cotemporary biography for 1824, or, Memoirs of three thousand living public characters of the British Empire and the civilized world alphabetically arranged

Leaf and twig blight of Balsam Popular caused by Didymosphaeira Populina Vuill. Imperfect stage: Pollaccia Elgans Serv.

Leaf and twig blight of Balsam Popular caused by Didymosphaeira Populina Vuill. Imperfect stage: Pollaccia Elgans Serv.

Crop loss assessment and pest management

Crop loss assessment and pest management

Homer prince of poets: translated according to the Greeke, in twelue bookes of his Iliads, by Geo: Chapman

Homer prince of poets: translated according to the Greeke, in twelue bookes of his Iliads, by Geo: Chapman

Mathematics curriculum guide, grades 7-12.

Mathematics curriculum guide, grades 7-12.

great deception.

great deception.

Storytelling in film and television

Storytelling in film and television

Report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from 1865 to 1871 by George Alexander Otis Download PDF EPUB FB2

A report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to by United States. Surgeon-General's Office; Otis, George Alexander, Pages: A report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to [electronic resource] by Otis, George A.

(George Alexander), ; United States. A report of surgical cases treated in the Army of the United States from to by United States. Surgeon-General's Office; Otis, George A. (George Alexander), ; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from to Item PreviewPages: Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Otis, George A.

(George Alexander), Report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to Add tags for "A report of Surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to ". Be the first. Full text of "A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from to " See other formats.

Get this from a library. A report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to [George A Otis; United States.

Surgeon-General's Office.]. A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States From to Circular No. 3, Surgeon General's Office. Circular No. 3, Surgeon General's Office.

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, A report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to / By George A. (George Alexander) Otis. Abstract. Includes of access: Internet Topics: Military Medicine., Surgery, Military. Publisher: Washington: Govt. And Chapter on "Arrow Wounds" From Circular No.

3, Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States [From to ], by George A. Otis United States. The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion (American Civil War of ) is a multi-volume (6 hard bound volumes in green cloth with gilt lettering along spine.) set originally published after the Civil War, detailing surgical cases and diseases and most importantly, the surgeons and assistant surgeons who performed the.

Author(s): Otis,George A(George Alexander),; United States. Surgeon-General's Office. Title(s): A report of surgical cases treated in the Army of the United States from to Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington: Government Printing Office, Case pg. ; United States.

Surgeon-General's Office, George Alexander Otis. A Report on the Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from to pg. ; Barnes, Joseph. Woodward, Joseph Javier.

The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion. Volume 1. A report of surgical cases treated in the army of the United States from to Author: Otis, George A.

Published: () The medical and surgical history of the war of the rebellion () Published: (). Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States – by George Otis House documents of reports of Murder and assaults in Texas March – January House documents on reports of Murder and Assaults in Texas December – Feb 8, A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from to ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, A Report on a Plan for Transporting Wounded Soldiers by Railway in Time of War ().

Records relating to the Civil War, including U.S. Army generals' service reports, ; records relating to prisoners at Dry Tortugas, FL,and to Indian prisoners, ; case files of investigations of alleged fraudulent and subversive activities during the Civil War ("Turner-Baker Records"), 66; pardon petitions and.

XXII.—Memorandum of a Fatal Gunshot Wound of the Brain. By Carlos Carvallo, Assistant Surgeon, U. Private Walter R. Stone, Co. F, 4th United States Cavalry, aged 22 years, was admitted to the post hospital at Jefferson, Texas, March 4,with a gunshot wound caused by the accidental discharge of his carbine.

The missile entered the left eye, traversed the brain, and escaped. The case rate, however, remained constant at per 1, per annum for the total Army, with a slight increase to in the United States. The overseas rate dropped to per 1, troops as compared with in.

This book is A Report of Surgical Cases Treated in the Army of the United States from to In reports of 83 arrow wounds, 26 are fatal, or 31%. Excluding men who suffered multiple wounds, 21 out Continue reading List of arrow wounds suffered by US soldiers, late 19th century.In he treated 30 cases; by only two cases.

14 Inthe author of the official Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion reviewed the published literature and official (Union) statistics regarding army itch and concluded that scabies had comprised a portion of cases, but that the conflicting clinical descriptions of Cited by: 2.Report on barracks and hospitals, with descriptions of military posts by John S.

Billings and chapter on "arrow wounds" from Circular no. 3, Report of surgical cases treated in the Army of the United States, by George A.

Otis.