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Though Galen protests that he will not avow himself a follower of any preceding physicians, and considers all those as slaves who in his time called themselves Hippocratists, Praxagoreans, or by other names; and therefore apparently ranks among the Eclectic division, choosing the best, from all former writers indifferently; yet, with all this, he was an undoubted Dogmatist, or Hippocratist, for he followed him alone, although differing from him in many particulars. He was his favourite author; and although not sparing him in his commentaries on his writings, he nevertheless evinces the highest esteem for him, and avows that he had laid the foundation of true medicine. Thus prepossessed, he wrote various books against the other sects, to overturn their doctrines, and reestablish the Hippocratic principles. He even affirms that all previous commentators to himself, had failed, and that he alone had penetrated the true meaning of his favourite predecessor. Had he, indeed, done nothing more than illustrate the medicine of Hippocrates, his labours would have been of high importance; for, if Hippocrates had taught the only true medicine, certainly his successors had strangely deviated from the route he pointed out. It is not this, however, from which he assumes most honour; it is that he first pointed out a just and rational method of treating medicine, and which is omitted by Hippocrates; and to fully inquire into Edition: current; Page: [34 ] which, would be to establish a complete essay on the institutes and practice of physic in conformity to his principles; but of which a short and general idea can here alone be given, yet sufficient to establish the relation and difference in the medicine of these two celebrated men. 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Those under the name of Coacæ, can scarcely be so regarded, although highly esteemed by ancient physicians, and which are truly a collection of Aphorisms, unaccompanied either by discussions or reasoning,—appearing to constitute a part of those writings that have been ascribed to Thessalus or Polybius,—or perhaps to some physicians of the celebrated school of Cos; though whether prior to, or after Hippocrates, is not fully settled.” • Czech Republic 2010 Bas. Ed., p. 526. Your Browser: ISBN search • Featured Yes This fact-based discussion of the political force of populism — technically defined as support for the concerns of ordinary people — examines the prevailing anti-establishment viewpoint of citizens in the United States and Europe today. 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As soon as this repletion, fever, and consequent lassitude appear, we should at once dilute largely, employ embrocations, and excite warmth, in order to open the passages, and remove the fever by sweating; this is continued for three or four days, when, if the disease is not abated, we purge with chologogues, and endeavour to arrest the fever before it changes to a quartan. Whilst the swelling is considerable, purging is to be avoided, for the disease will not terminate whilst the system is replete with humours; in order to cure the fever, we omit purgatives until the body begins to discharge those humours; we enjoin abstinence, even from slops that are laxative, but give abundantly of water, hydromel, and oxycrat. Warm drinks thus taken in, soon carry off a part of the disease, either by urine or sweat; and every evacuation thus produced is beneficial to the patient by exciting an internal movement. When fever attacks an emaciated body, it assuredly cannot be from repletion; and if not quickly checked, we must give nourishment to the system, which, if not speedily beneficial, will aggravate the fever, and render purgation necessary, thus attacking it in its stronghold, by emetics or cathartics, according to its upper or inferior location. Without reference to debility, strong remedies are required, though not of equal force to all alike, but proportioned to their vigour or weakness. Scalding in passing the urine is moderated by dilution and broths, as in fever by refrigerants and the like. If these cooling remedies produce nausea, calefacients are employed, and we recur to the former if the ardor urinæ continues. • Bookgrove in Ocean Grove. Now delivering anywhere on the Bellarine Peninsula. You can contact them via Instagram or by calling (03) 5255 5973. Adj.R2 Tel: 976 70105010 245 pages. Check out "The Remains of the Day" on Goodreads here. 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