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Benjamin Guy Babington - bibliography

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English physician, born 1794, London?, died April 8, 1866, London.


    Victor Théodore Junod:
  • Méthode hémospasique. 1843.
  • De l'hémospasie. Recueil de mémoires sur les effets thérapeutiques de cette méthode. 1850.
  • Considerations sur les effets thérapeutiques de l'hémospasie. 1858.
  • Nouvelles considérations sur les effets thérapeutiques de l'hémospasie. 1858.
  • Traité théorique et pratique de l'hémospasie. 1875. Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker (1795-1850):
  • Der schwarze Tod im 14. Jahrhundert. Ein historischer Versuch. Berlin, 1832; English translation, London, 1833.
  • Die Tanzwuth, eine Volkskrankheit im Mittelalter. Nach den Quellen für Aerzte und gebildete Nichtärzte bearbeitet.
    Berlin, 1832; English translation, London, 1835.
  • Der englische Schweiss. Ein ärztlicher Beitrag xur Geschichte des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts.
    1834. English translation, London, 1836.
    These essays on the Black Death, the dancing mania and the English sweat, were published in a collective English edition as The Epidemics of the Middle Ages, 2 parts, London, 1833-1835.
  • Ernst Freiherr von Feuchtersleben (1806-1849):
    Lehrbuch der ärztlichen Seelenkunde. Wien, C. Gerold, 1845.
    English translation by H. Evans Lloyd: The Principles of Medical Psychology. Published by the Sydenham Society, London, 1847.
    Feuchtersleben introduced the terms psychosis, psychiatrics, and psycopathology. Benjamin Guy Babington:
  • [Description of the glottiscope].
    London Medical Gazette, 2829, 3: 555.
    Babington was responsible for the introduction of laryngoscopy. He demonstrated a crude "glottiscope" to the Hunterian Society on March 18, 1829, but his effort attracted little attention.
  • Some considerations with respect to the blood, founded on one or two very simple experiments on that fluid.
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1830, volume 16.
  • Morbid conditions of the blood.
    In Robert Bentley Todd, et al: The Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology. Volume 1, 1835. (5 vols. London, 1836- 1859).
    Her er det noe som ikke stemmer.
  • The cholera in the Black Sea and Baltic fleets in 1854.
    Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London.
  • Rubeola notha.
    Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London.
  • The means of diminishing the prevalence of syphilis in civil life. Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London.
  • Hereditary epistaxis. Lancet, London, 1865, 2: 362-363. Obituaries:
  • Medical Times and Gazette, London, 1866, I, page 429.
  • Lancet, London, 1866, I, page 445.
  • Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London, 1866, II: 471.

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