Octavo: 400 pages.
Lovely half blond calf, richly decorated in gilt, with a small snip at the head.
A very good example of this important book.
Among the physicians in ordinary to Frederick the Great Christian Gottlieb Selle ranks chronologically in the last place. In the course of his professional life the physician who graduated in Halle in 1770 was promoted to head positions in the Prussian public health organization and medical care of Berlin. His expertise for a new Halle education model inaugurated the era of the Halle Schola clinica in 1787.
He first learned pharmacy from his stepfather, then he studied medicine in Berlin, Göttingen and Halle, did his doctorate in 1770 on Methodi febrium naturalis rudimenta and has since practiced as a doctor in Berlin. Against the resistance of Christian Andreas Cothenius, he was hired as a doctor at the Charité. He put down the practical experience he had gathered here in his Medicina Clinica, which had eight editions from 1781 to 1801. His explanations of child bed fever had special significance Frederick the Great, later he also treated Friedrich Wilhelm II and Friedrich Wilhelm III and became a member of the Academy of Sciences in 1786.
- Número de libros
- Catálogos, Medicina
- Autor/ Ilustrador
- Christian Gottlieb Selle
- Título del libro
- Rudimenta pyretologiae methodicae
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- Primera edición
- Lengua original
- Amsterdam, Piestre & Delamolliere