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William Withering

miscellaneous tracts of tha late William Withering ...

to which is prefixed a memoir of his life, character, and writings : in two volumes.

by William Withering

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Published by Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural history -- Colected works,
  • Mineralogy -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreColected works, Early works to 1800
    ContributionsBergman, Torbern, 1735-1784., Withering, William, 1775-1832
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20867303M

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William Withering Junior (). Miscellaneous Tracts. Two volumes: a memoir by Withering's son, and a collection of many of his writings; Louis H Roddis (). William Withering - The Introduction of Digitalis into Clinical Practice. A brief biography; TW Peck and KD Wilkinson ().

William Withering of Birmingham. A detailed biographyBorn: 17 MarchWellington, Shropshire. William Withering, (born MaWellington, Shropshire, Eng.—died Oct. 6,Sparkbrook, Birmingham, Warwickshire), English physician best known for his use of extracts of foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) to treat dropsy (), a condition associated with heart failure and characterized by the accumulation of fluid in soft tissues.

Withering’s insights on the medical uses of foxglove. The miscellaneous writings of the late William Braidwood [Braidwood, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The miscellaneous writings of the late William Braidwood.

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I William Withering was born in March at Welling- ton in Shropshire, England The only son of a success- Address for reprints: Mark E. Silverman. M.D. Pcachtrce Road Atlanta. GA Cited by: 4. In English physician William Withering published in Birmingham and London An account of the foxglove, and some of its medical uses An accomplished botanist as well as a physician, in this book Withering reported the results of the first clinical trials of the ground-up leaves of the purple foxglove—a traditional folk-remedy, discovering the efficacy of digitalis in heart diseases.

Withering deduced that Foxglove was the active ingredient, and this is the basis of the drug today, which has a very narrow therapeutic window. It is an interesting historical fact that despite the fact that the medical profession learned of the use of Digitalis from the herbalist community, it was one of the first herbs that was "banned" from.

WILLIAM WITHERING () AND EDGBASTON HALL BY K. WILKINSON Received J Edgbaston Hall, once the home of William Withering, and now the club house ofthe Edgbaston GolfClub, was the venue ofthe annual dinner ofthe Cardiac Society of Great Britain and Ireland for the Birmingham meeting in May Theestate is a very old one, and the present house has someclose Cited by: 1.

William Withering (–), English botanist, geologist, chemist, and physician. IPNI standard form: With. Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 10 taxon names authored by William Withering; Publications (List may be incomplete) Withering, W.

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An arrangement of British plants Item Preview remove-circle Withering, William, [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Botany Language English.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. Vol. 1: 1 p. 1., lviii-lxiv, p., v. 2: 1 p. 1 Pages: William WITHERING (n. la an de marto - m. la 6-an de oktobro ) estis brita kuracisto kaj famiĝis kiel la malkovrinto de laWithering sugestis la uzon de forta kafo kiel kuracilo kontraŭ lao Dr.

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Cumberbatch M, Zareian K, Davidson C, Morgan DB, Swaminathan R. The early and late effects of digoxin treatment on the sodium transport, sodium content and Na+K+- ATPase or erythrocytes. Br J Clin Pharmacol. Jun; 11 (6)– [PMC free article] Mulrow CD, Feussner JR, Velez R. Reevaluation of digitalis efficacy.

New light on an old by: The famous English physician William Withering is known to have lived from the 17th March until the 6th October Medical Definition of William withering.

William Withering, the son and grandson of successful physicians, popularised foxglove (Digitalis purpurea, (fairies thimbles), although its proposal to be used for "the dropsy" (excess body fluid) first appeared in the third London Pharmacopeia in London and Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

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He is considered to have been one of the mostcapable clinicians of his time.