2 edition of Notes on the diagnosis of asiatic cholera at autopsy found in the catalog.
Notes on the diagnosis of asiatic cholera at autopsy
B. C. Crowell
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ASIATIC, RUSSIAN AN ENGLISD, H CHOLERA: ITS CAUSE, SYMPTOMS, PREVENTION AN CURED., f BY I. PIDDUCK, M. u. An d Davi sai unt Gado, I am in grea t strait le; u falsl now into the hand of the Lord (for his mercies are great) and let me not fall into the hand of man."—2 SAMUEL xxiv, LONDON: PRINTED FOR JOHN WILSON, PRINCES STREET, SOHO. Definition Cholera is an acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Every year, there are an estimated 3–5 million cholera cases and – deaths due to cholera. The short incubation period of two hours to five days, enhances the potentially explosive pattern.
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Notes on the origin, nature, prevention, and treatment of Asiatic cholera / (New York: D. Van Nostrand, ), by John C. Peters (page images at HathiTrust) The pathology and treatment of cholera: with an appendix, (New Orleans, Printed at Spencer & Middletons's "Magic press" office, ), by Samuel Adolphus Cartwright (page images at.
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Notes on the Diagnosis of Asiatic Cholera at Autopsy. Author(s): Crowell, B. Journal article: Philippine Journal of Science Vol.9 No.4 pp by: 2. Read more about 'Asiatic cholera': Disease names revealed colonial India's racism on Business Standard.
There were many different choleras, each suiting disparate political interests and corresponding to particular communities affected by the disease at that time. Some thought that Asiatic cholera was an entirely new disease, while others believed that the old “cholera” had newly become “epidemic”.
This terminological confusion befogged ideas on the nature and epidemiology of Asiatic cholera for many years, and especially afterwhen the disease began to spread widely over by: Causes of Asiatic cholera. Some of the causes of Asiatic cholera are included in the list below: Vibrio cholerae.
Read more about causes of Asiatic cholera (Cholera) Symptoms of Asiatic cholera (Cholera) Some of the symptoms of Asiatic cholera incude: Stage 1: diarrheal stage. Watery diarrhea - usually severe but painless Vomiting; Rice-water. On the value of the bacteriological diagnosis of asiatic cholera.
Related Titles. Contained In: Medical Heritage Library. Delépine, Sheridan, British Medical Association. University of Glasgow. Library. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. References 1. In one of the fatal cases granular kidneys were found.
This is of interest in connexion with the fact that in 70 post-mortem examinations on cholera cases which I analysed recently I found granular kidneys to be much more frequent than they were in the cases of those dying from other commoner diseases, showing that if a patient had granular kidneys there was.
This chapter reviews the pathophysiology of cholera, focusing on the most common and important complication, dehydration; describes the clinical features of patients with cholera; and outlines treatment for patients with this disease. The major effects of V. cholerae O1 infection are to increase active chloride and bicarbonate secretion into the intestinal lumen by crypt cells.
Cholera is caused by the enterotoxin elaborated by Vibrio cholerae, a gram-negative bacillus. The organism proliferates in the lumen of the small intestine and causes profuse watery diarrhea, rapid dehydration, and (if fluids are not restored) shock and death within 24 hours of the onset of symptoms.
I found him suffering from all the symptoms of Asiatic cholera. He died about five a.m. this morning. He left Java in December, and arrived at Eotterdam on April 14th; left Eotterdam last Sunday morning (April 22nd), and reached London on Monday, April 23rd, at 8 a.m.
The first case of decided Asiatic cholera in London, in the autumn ofwas that of a seaman named John Harnold, who had newly arrived by the Elbesteamer from Hamburgh, where the disease was prevailing. He left the vessel, and went to live at. The clinical symptoms were thoseof Asiatic cholera, the results of the autopsy agreed withthem, and the cholera-bacteria were found in the contentsof the intestines of the corpse.
This first case,-which happened in the building markedA in diagram 10 (4 in diagram 3), was followed next day(the 15 th) by six, all of which proved fatal, and by. Diagnosis. In endemic areas and during epidemics, cholera is easily recognized clinically.
Sporadic cases must be differentiated from other diarrheal diseases such as typhoid fever, bacillary dysentery, amebiasis, other forms of intestinal parasitism, viral enteritis, staphylococcal food poisoning, and chemical poisoning.
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Cholera came to Florence in during the Asiatic Cholera Pandemic of Pacini became very interested in the disease. Immediately following the death of cholera patients, he performed an autopsy and with his microscope, conducted histological examinations of the intestinal mucosa.
Signs or Symptoms of Cholera: FDA Bad Bug Book (Excerpt) Nature of Disease: Symptoms of Asiatic cholera may vary from a mild, watery diarrhea to an acute diarrhea, with characteristic rice water stools. Onset of the illness is generally sudden, with incubation periods varying from 6 hours to 5 days.
For the most part a resume of known facts concerning cholera. The author does not believe in the efficacy of saline transfusions, but pins his faith to " keeping the blood where it belongs, " viz.
in the blood vessels. His treatment is (1) to prevent vomiting so as to retain the remedial drugs, by giving cocaine, creosote and cerium oxalate; (2) to administer stimulants and diuretics, such as. Book/Printed Material Asiatic cholera: its genesis, etiological factors, clinical history, pathology and treatment, About this Item.
Title Notes - Also available in digital form. Medium. In a report of a case of cholera treated successfully by rectified oil of turpentine, administered internally as a specific, by Richard Brown, Esq., Surgeon, Cobham, Surrey, November,it is stated that the patient, "aged fourteen, having suffered from severe bowel complaint, presented all the symptoms of cholera in the stage of collapse.
never met with cholera in its epidemic or Asiatic form". Sticker (), while sharing the misgivings expressed by Macnamara regarding possible references to true cholera in the classical Indian medical works, whichwere mutein regard to the epidemic prevalence ofthe chole-raic disease theydescribed, drewattention to the following quotation taken.
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF FLUID REQUIREMENTS IN ASIATIC CHOLERA. Lancet. Apr 3; 1 ()– Griffith LS, Fresh JW, Watten RH, Villaroman MP. Electrolyte replacement in paediatric cholera. Lancet. Jun 3; 1 ()– Gutman RA, Drutz DJ, Whalen GE, Jr, Watten RH.
Double blind fluid therapy evaluation in pediatric cholera. Remembering, from my notes of the Asiatic cholera, in. how much the patient, in most instances, suffers from a sen- sation of heat in the epigastrium and elsewhere, I have deter- mined, for the future, not to harass and encumber those who may fall under my care with lacavy poultices of bran, 3 mus- tard, [amp]c., in bags and fomentation.The third cholera pandemic (–60) was the third major outbreak of cholera originating in India in the nineteenth century that reached far beyond its borders, which researchers at UCLA believe may have started as early as and lasted until In Russia, more than one million people died of –54, the epidemic in London claimed o lives, and .He was the first European to describe the symptoms of several Asiatic tropical diseases, notably cholera; he performed an autopsy on a cholera victim, the first recorded autopsy in India.
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