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Lin H. Chen, Davidson H. Hamer. The risk of illness or injury increases with duration of travel, so special consideration should be given to travelers who are planning long-term visits (≥6 months is a common definition) to low- or middle-income countries, whether they are expatriates with definite plans or adventurers with open itineraries. observed the effect of time, place, weather, and diet on the spread of disease. His book A Treatise on Scurvy identified the symptoms of scurvy and the fact that the disease became common in sailors after as little as a month at sea.3,4 Lind noticed that while on long ocean voyages, sailors would become sick from scurvy.
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Observations on the Diseases Which Prevail in Long Voyages to Hot Countries, Particularly on Those in the East Indies; And on the Same Diseases as They Appear in Great Britain the Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
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Lind J (). A treatise of the scurvy. In three parts. Containing an inquiry into the nature, causes and cure, of that disease. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a long-term, progressive lung disease that makes breathing difficult.
Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are. Get this from a library. Observations on the diseases which prevail in long voyages to hot countries: particularly on those in the East Indies ; and on the same diseases as they appear in Great Britain. By John Clark, M.D. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians at Edinburgh ; Physician to the infirmary and dispensary, at Newcastle ; &c.
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This paper outlines the history of scurvy and vitamin C. The first section of the paper outlines the science of vitamin C. The second discusses outlines the medical progression of vitamin C deficiency and scurvy. The third section gives a brief timeline of scurvy throughout human history.
The fourth section discusses the conditions during the age of sail that combined to make scurvy the. Apart from his labours as a medical philanthropist, his credit rests on the two following works, which contain a good many valuable facts and principles to climatology and epidemiology: ‘Observations on Fevers, and on the Scarlet Fever with Ulcerated Sore Throat at Newcastle in ,’ Lond.
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