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Reflections on the cow-pox

William Fermor

Reflections on the cow-pox

illustrated by cases to prove it an absolute security against the small pox

by William Fermor

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Published by Dawson and Co. in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vaccinia.,
  • Smallpox -- Vaccination -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementaddressed to the public in a letter to Dr. Jenner from William Fermor....
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    ContributionsJenner, Edward, 1749-1823.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18678459M

      Jenner E. An inquiry into the causes and effects of the variolae vaccinae. A disease discovered in some of the counties of England, particularly Gloucestershire, and known by the name of the cow pox. Lancet, 3rd ed,London: D.N. Shury, 13Cited by:   I wish I had a book of many of the insightful posts and personal reflections to reread, reflect on and reference easily, etc. Although it is hard to keep up with the thread, I find the sharing/networking from the personal experiences on up to how it relates to the Cassiopaean material and cosmology and philosophical understandings pretty amazing.

      “Papa had all of us vaccinated with the cow pox when we were still in the school room—and the servants too. I’m quite surprised my Uncle Giles didn’t do the same,” when Jillian Kent will be here at Regency Reflections sharing about her latest book, Stop by and enter to win a copy of her book. PREFACE. In the salon of a distinguished man, or of a great writer, there is often to be found a person who, without being either a fellow-worker or a disciple, without even possessing the scientific or literary qualities which might explain his habitual presence, lives nevertheless in complete familiarity with the man whom all around him call 'dear master.'.

      Cowpox Description and significance. Cowpox is an zoonotic viral disease from the Poxiviridae family and stems from the Orthopoxvirus genus. It causes postular lesions on teats and udders of female cows. Cowpox is transmitted to humans who may milk the infected cow. Cowpox is related to the variola virus (smallpox) which is exclusive to humans.   It was a crazy English eccentric doctor who got this idea that if you took the oozy puss from the utter of a cow—we call that cow pox, vaccinia—if you took that and cut the boy's arm and put the puss of the cow in there, he would be protected against small pox. You could take this young 7-year old lad in Berkeley, England and you could send.


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Get this from a library. Reflections on the cow-pox. [William Fermor; Edward Jenner] -- A letter to Edward Jenner from an enthusiast of vaccination, detailing the author's research listing numerous people who have been infected and who later, when expose to smallpox, did not fall ill.

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Reflections on the cow-pox, illustrated by cases to prove it an absolute security against the small pox; addressed to the public in a letter to Dr. Jenner. by Fermor, William,; Jenner, Edward,   Reflections on the cow-pox, illustrated by cases to prove it an absolute security against the small pox; addressed to the public, in a letter to Dr.

Jenner, from William Fermor, Esq. [Fermor, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reflections on the cow-pox, illustrated by cases to prove it an absolute security against the small pox; addressed to Author: William Fermor.

Inoculation Of The Cow Pox [Thomas Lee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Vaccination as practiced at the end of the 19th century sometimes caused adverse reactions, or even deaths.

But smallpox, a deadly and extremely. Cowpox. Cowpox refers to a disease that is caused by the cowpox or catpox virus. The virus is a member of the orthopoxvirus family. Other viruses in this family include the smallpox and vaccinia viruses. Cowpox is a rare disease, and is mostly noteworthy as the basis of the formulation, over years ago, of an injection by Edward Jenner that proved successful in curing smallpox.

cowpox, infectious disease of cows caused by a virus related to the virus of smallpox. Also called variola, it is characterized by pustular lesions on the teats and udder.

Cowpox. This volume of studies presents the papers given at the second workshop of the European Ayurdic society, a group which was formed in Groningen in The volume is thus a sequel to Proceedings of the international workshop on priorities in the study of Indian medicine.

The workshop was held over a period of three days in September in the congenial. Cow-pox exploded, or the Inconsistencies, Absurdities, and Falsehoods of some of its Defenders exposed, London, A Dissertation on the Failure and Mischiefs of the Cow-pox, London, Cautions and Reflections on Canine Madness, with the Method of preventing the Hydrophobia in Persons who have been bitten, London, Full text of "Cow-pox inoculation no security against small-pox which are added, the modes of treating the beastly new diseases produced from cow pox With the author's certain, experienced, and successful mode of inoculating for the small pox, which now becomes necessary from cow-pox failure, &c".

Known in the West by his Latinized name, Rhazes or Rasis, he was an important figure in the history of medicine as he was the first to differentiate smallpox from measles in his text, Kitab fi al-jadari wa-al-hasbah (The Book of Smallpox and Measles). Reflections on the Surgeons Bill, London, A Treatise on Cow-pox, 2 parts, London, –3.

The Beauties of the "Edinburgh Review", alias the Stinkpot of Literature, London, A Treatise on the Gout, London, Answer to Dr. Kinglake, showing the danger of his Cooling Treatment of the Gout, London, Against Robert Kinglake. Monkeypox is an infectious disease caused by the monkeypox virus that can occur in certain animals including humans.

Symptoms begin with fever, headache, muscle pains, swollen lymph nodes, and feeling tired. This is followed by a rash that forms blisters and crusts over. The time from exposure to onset of symptoms is around 10 days.

The duration of symptoms is typically Causes: Monkeypox virus. User Review - Flag as inappropriate A wonderful book about the beginning of vaccination by the very man himself, Edward Jenner.

Reading the actual publication that had led to a world saved from small-pox and many other diseases gives one the feeling of awe and inspiration of what a man and his observation of nature can provide. Jenner's 23 case studies in his 75 page report Reviews: 1.

Author(s): Fermor,William; Jenner,Edward, Title(s): Reflections on the cow-pox, illustrated by cases to prove it an absolute security against the small pox; addressed to the public in a letter to Dr.

Jenner. Cowpox is a disease affects the is caused by a virus (Cowpox virus) that is related to the Vaccinia (or animals) who have the disease have red disease can be spread by touch from cows to virus that causes cowpox was used to perform the first successful vaccination against another disease.

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cow-pox (n.) also cowpox, disease of cattle,see cow (n.) + fluid of the vesicles can communicate it to humans, and getting it provides almost complete immunity to smallpox. The theory that cow-pox was small­pox of the cow was quite new to the veterinary surgeons and other practical people of that time, and was objected to by one of Jenner's leading contemporaries, Dr.

George Pearson, on the ground that "cow-pox is a specifically different distemper from the small-pox in essential particulars, namely, in the. 'Cow-pox exploded, or the Inconsistencies, Absurdities, and Falsehoods of some of its Defenders exposed,' 8vo, London, 'A Dissertation on the Failure and Mischiefs of the Cow-pox,' 8vo, London, 'Cautions and Reflections on Canine Madness, with the Method of preventing the Hydrophobia in Persons who have been bitten,' 8vo, London, Reflections on Chirality.

There are several aspects that I would like to bring out in the title. I would like to include a series of historical vignettes about why Louis Pasteur and some of his counterparts in the mid ’s opened a way to how we view medical treatments today.The Science of Smallpox by Vijaya Khisty Bodach.

The smallpox virus is a bomb. Variola major is large, spiky, and brick-shaped. Like all viruses, it needs to grow inside a host cell, which, unfortunately, humans provide. Other animals also have pox viruses, including cowpox, monkeypox, and even insectpox.