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Issue: 110, 02/12/29 p. 762
Heading: The Plague
Category: Medicine   Public Health   Disinfection   Infectious Diseases   Plague   
Topic: [A French expedition with the following aims: "1. To investigate the causes of the insalubrity of Egypt; 2. To examine whether the plague originates in that country; and 3. To ascertain the effect of chloride of lime and soda as a remedy for the malady, as the means of disinfecting the habiliments and habitations of those who had had the disorder"]
Person: D`ARCET   GAY-LUSSAC   ST. JEAN D`ACRE, Pasha of   TRIPOLI, Governor of   
Source: Revue Encyclopedique   

Issue: 111, 09/12/29 p. 779, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Virtue of Poultices, Para 2
Category: Medicine   Morbid Processes   Nursing   Disinfection   Medical Supplies   Dressings   
Topic: [Lawrence said that poultices are only really useful for giving warmth and comfort to a swollen part; they do not lessen infection]
Person: LAWRENCE (Surgeon)   
Source: Lawrence`s tenth lecture on surgery at St. Bartholomew`s hospital   
Institution: St. Bartholomew`s Hospital   

Issue: 128, 10/04/30 p. 222
Heading: The Plague in Egypt
Category: Medicine   Infectious Diseases   Plague   Yellow Fever   Public Health   Prevention Of Infection   Quarantine   Disinfection   
Topic: [Pariset has gone to Egypt to investigate the plague]
Person: PARISET   

Issue: 142, 17/07/30 p. 443
Heading: The Plague
Category: Medicine   Public Health   Plague   Infectious Diseases   Disinfection   
Topic: [Pariset has returned to France from Egypt, where he has been studying the Plague. He has come to the conclusion that the plague is always present in some, if not all, parts of Egypt, but that it could be wiped out and prevented]
Person: PARISET   
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

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Issue: 014, 11/03/28 p. 216
Heading: Chemistry
Category: Medicine   Chemistry   Disinfection   
Title: An Essay on the use of the Chlorurets of Oxides of Sodium and of Lime, as Powerful disinfecting Agents; and of the Chloruret of Sodium more especially, as a Remedy of considerable Efficacy in the Treatment of Hospital Gangrene, and various other Diseases
Author: ALCOCK, Thomas   
Attribution: Member of the Royal College of Surgeons

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