Medical Guide for Anglo-Indians: Being a Compendium of Advice to Europeans in India, Relating to the Preservation and Regulation of Their Health, Giving Also Plain and Complete Instructions for the Treatment of the More Prevalent, Sudden, and Dangerous Indian Diseases, for the Use of Those Beyond the Reach of Medical Advice, and of Others in Case of Emergency Until Medical Advice Can Arrive : to which is Added a Supplement on the Management of Children in India During Infancy and Childhood
Henry S. King, 1874 - 138 páginas
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