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This unique two-part discussion of foxglove-the herb from which digitalis is derived-features a facsimile of William Withering's classic An. .a most enjoyable text.
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Withering on the foxglove and other classics in pharmacology. Oceanside NY, Dabor Science 1977:1–207. contains facsimile of original communication by Withering. 45. Fallot A. Contribution a l’anatomie pathologique de la maladie bleue (cyanose cardiaque).
Foxglove" redirects here. For other uses, see Foxglove (disambiguation). For the drug used to treat heart conditions, see Digoxin. For the foxglove-tree, which has similar-looking blooms, see Paulownia tomentosa. Br Med J. 338: b2189. Simpson, Beryl Brintnall; Ogorzaly, Molly Coner (2001).
Withering recognized that the plant Foxglove was the act Withering was an 18th century English physician who . Withering’s book contains details of 158 of his own cases and many more from other physicians who forwarded their own cases and experiences to him.
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Modern pharmacology can be considered to date from. In all, Withering established a paradigm of thinking that could be. followed by thousands of others and that helped metamorphose. With this book, Withering introduced Digitalis for the. therapy of congestive heart failure, or dropsy, as he knew the. condition. the caterpillars of polypharmacy and herbalism to the butterflies. of pharmacology, therapeutics, and experimental demonstration. Encumbered in his Norfolk countryside, James Woodforde. continued on his ignorant way, overindulging in mackerel and.
CASES, In which the Digitalis was given by the Direction of the Author. A Letter to the Author, from Mr. Boden, Surgeon, at Broseley, in Shropshire. CASE communicated by Mr. Causer, Surgeon, at Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Causer.