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The abolition of zymotic diseases and of other similar enemies of mankind

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Zymotic disease was a 19th-century medical term for acute infectious diseases, especially "chief fevers and contagious diseases (e.g. typhus and typhoid fevers, smallpox, scarlet fever, measles, erysipelas, cholera, whooping-cough, diphtheria, [et]c.)".

Zyme or microzyme was the name of the organism presumed to be the cause of the disease. As originally employed by Dr W. Farr, of the British. Title(s): Excerpts from "The abolition of zymotic diseases and of other similar enemies of mankind".

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Kegan Paul & Co., Description: 11 p. Language: English NLM ID: [Book]. Author(s): Watson,Thomas,Sir, Title(s): The abolition of zymotic diseases and of other similar enemies of mankind.

Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Kegan Paul, Description: p. Language: English Notes: Appeared originally as a series of articles in Nineteenth century.

NLM ID: R[Book]. zymotic disease: An obsolete term for any epidemic, endemic, contagious, or sporadic affection which is produced by some morbific principle or organism acting on the system like a ferment. It is not used in the working medical parlance, as no one enzyme (“ferment”) is capable of evoking the Gotterdammerung contained within the definition.

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any epidemic, endemic, contagious, or sporadic affection which is produced by some morbific principle or organism acting on the system like a ferment.

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Vol. 28 (Vetch to Zymotic diseases)" See other formats. under similar conditions that they usually have the swine, horse-grease, or cow-pox, it would be scarcely less disturbing, but like all zymotic diseases, the soil for small-pox is prepared by filthy living, intemperance, over-crowding, poverty, war, etc., until the populace is charged with infection to.

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Cite this article. Grimshaw, T.W. The present state of our knowledge with regard to the intimate nature of infection and contagion, and its relation to the prevention and cure of zymotic : Wrigley Grimshaw.

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