1 edition of The correlation of zymotic diseases found in the catalog.
|Statement||by A. Wolff|
|Contributions||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
Before the voyage of Columbus, hardly a zymotic disease, with the exception of malaria, was known in the New World. The inhabitants of the Old World had slowly evolved against the diseases of civilized life under gradually worsening conditions, caused by the gradual increase of population, and therefore of disease. When exposed to the diseases at this later age, they usually have a much more serious case of these illnesses, which can be fatal more often than when the diseases are acquired naturally as children. Second, Most epidemic-level outbreaks of the various diseases our society is vaccinating against are taking place among fully-vaccinated children.
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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. : Zymotic Diseases: Their Correlation and Causation (): Abraham Wolff: Books.
Definition of zymotic diseases in the dictionary. Meaning of zymotic diseases. What does zymotic diseases mean. Information and translations of zymotic diseases in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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.
zymosis (zī-mō′sĭs) n. zymoses (-sēz) Archaic 1. Fermentation. Medicine An infectious disease or disease process having similarities to fermentation.
[Greek zūmōsis, from zūmoun, to leaven, from zūmē, leaven.] zymot′ic (-mŏt′ĭk) adj. zymot′ically adv. zymosis (zaɪˈməʊsɪs) n, pl -ses (-siːz) 1. (Pathology. "Statistical nosology--zymotic diseases" View this document as a PDF (): Appendix to the 4th Annual Report of the Registrar-General.
These pages contain Farr's notion of zymotic diseases as a replacement for the earlier formulation of. Define zymotic. zymotic synonyms, zymotic pronunciation, zymotic translation, English dictionary definition of zymotic.
zymoses Archaic 1. primary to cope with the influx of zymotic diseases brought home from the Napoleonic wars. Hospital was hailed as one of the most modern in Britain. antibiotic, homoerotic, macrobiotic. Zymotic: from the Greek words 'zyma'~"leaven", or 'zymoma'~"fermentation" = Applied to those diseases which seem to be occasioned by a virus or poison operating like leaven.
Adapted from Joseph Thomas, A Comprehensive Medical Dictionary, (Hint for students and researchers: drag mouse over each image; citation info will appears in the box that pops up.). The zymotic model of relations between environment and organism stresses the aggressive, active nature of an infectious environment that causes change in other bodies.
In a tactical restructuring of the zymotic model, to be sick in the midst of such torturing conditions is a robustly subversive form of health.
Zymotic. likes. Zymotic is an artist with a clear vision. Each of his songs takes you on a trip inside your mind and your imagination. They are stories that are almost hypnotic in. Medical definition of zymotic: of, relating to, causing, or caused by fermentation.
William Farr (30 November – 14 April ) was a British epidemiologist, regarded as one of the founders of medical statistics. 2 General Register Office. 3 Learned societies and associations.
4 Research on cholera. 12 External links. He was born in Kenley, Shropshire, to poor parents. He was effectively adopted by a local squire.
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War must go, the zymotic diseases must go, hide-bound creeds must go, and a wider charity and sympathy come in. In the Noon of Science. Taking another branch of the same subject, the causes of zymotic diseases being traced to controllable sources, he said: Drs.
Klebs and. Scientific American Supplement, No. Novem n Correlation Reciprocal relation; corresponding similarity or parallelism of relation or law; capacity of being converted into, or of giving place to, one another, under certain conditions; as, the correlation of forces, or of zymotic diseases.
to produce antibodies after contracting zymotic diseases, but still recover from measles with long-lasting immunity. Burnet M.; Auto Immunity and Auto Immune Disease, M.T.P., Lon-don, England,Chapter 3.
A mid 20th century study on the relationship of diph-theria incidence to the presence of antibodies found no. The reasons for this correlation were unclear and forever changing due to lack of sufficient data and sufficient understanding of diseases and their potential causes.
The zymotic theory for disease provided a new interpretation of disease causality that focused on the newest understanding of chemistry and disease. Definition of zymotic in the dictionary. Meaning of zymotic. What does zymotic mean.
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He grouped them into categories: “zymotic, epidemic, endemic and contagious diseases”, “sporadic diseases” (further divided by the organs they were thought to affect) and “accidents”.Author: Juliana Adelman. Of greatest interest is Farr's understanding of what he called the zymotic diseases: the epidemic, endemic, and contagious diseases.
These diseases came first in his nosologies, and it was to them he and most advocates of preventive medicine devoted. Abstract.
In July Dr John Brownlee was appointed head of the Statistical Department of the newly established Medical Research Committee. He had qualifiedCited by: 2. The report refers to the number of deaths from ‘Zymotic’ diseases, which is the 19 th century medical terminology for acute infectious and contagious diseases.
Diseases are mainly spread by infected water droplets and air transfer such as coughing and sneezing, blood and faeces, as well as via contact with infected skin, clothing or objects.The correlation of zymotic diseases D A dentist and nurse tending a patient in a chair, a woman holding up a test tube filled with blood and three surgeons in green coats and face masks; a warning about the dangers of contaminated blood and transmission of the AIDS disease.