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Sharpe: TREATISE on the Operations Of SURGERY

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  • aardvark
    http://www.americanrevolution.org/surgery.html   text online -- TREATISE ON THE Operations Of SURGERY, WITH A DESCRIPTION and REPRESENTATION OF THE
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 2 2:55 PM
       
      text online --
      TREATISE
      ON THE
      Operations Of SURGERY,
      WITH A
      DESCRIPTION and REPRESENTATION
      OF THE
      INSTRUMENTS
      Used in Performing them:
      To which is Prefixed an
      INTRODUCTION
      ON THE
      NATURE and TREATMENT
      OF
      WOUNDS, ABSCESSES, and ULCERS.
      By SAMUEL SHARPE,
      Fellow of the Royal Society, and Member of the
      Academy of Surgery at PARIS.
      The NINTH EDITION.
      LONDON,
      Printed for ROBINSON and ROBERTS, in Paternoster-Row.
      MDCCLXIX.
       
      Description from website:
      Samuel Sharpe(1700-1778) is considered the link between old and modern surgery. William Cheselden, the leading surgeon in the first half of the eighteenth century, was his master; John Hunter, if not actually his pupil, learned from him by tradition.
       
      Sharpe was elected surgeon to Guy's Hospital in 1733. His Treatise on the operations of surgery (first published in 1739) and his Critical enquiry into the present state of surgery (1750) were celebrated in their day, and the Critical enquiry is still a most interesting book to the surgeon.
      Chris E

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