Book ID: CBB352621807

Tuberculosis in the Americas, 1870-1945: Beneath the Anguish in Philadelphia and Buenos Aires (2018)

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Reber, Vera Blinn (Author)


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Publication Date: 2018
Physical Details: 348
Language: English

This book focuses on the era during which the cause of tuberculosis had been identified, and public health officials were seeking to prevent it, but scientists had not yet found a cure. By examining tuberculosis comparatively in two Atlantic port cities, Buenos Aires and Philadelphia, it explores the medical, political and economic settings in which patients, physicians and urban officials lived and worked. Reber discusses the causes of tuberculosis, treatments and public health efforts to stop contagion, and how factors such as gender, age, class, nationality, beliefs and previous experiences shaped patient responses, and often defined the type of treatment.

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Authors & Contributors
Armus, Diego C.
Jones, Greta
Malcolm, Elizabeth
Kelly, James G.
Geary, Laurence M.
Froggatt, Peter
Journals
Asclepio: Archivo Iberoamericano de Historia de la Medicina
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
Social History
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Publishers
International Specialized Book Services
Lugar Editorial
Edhasa
University of Rochester Press
Duke University Press
Princeton University
Concepts
Public health
Tuberculosis
Medicine
Disease and diseases
Hospitals and clinics
Medicine and society
People
Wilde, Robert Willis
Alcorta, Diego
Royer, B. Franklin
Emma Nozzi
Places
United States
Argentina
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Philadelphia, PA
Mexico
Ireland
Times
20th century, early
19th century
18th century
20th century
17th century
Meiji period (Japan, 1868-1910)
Institutions
Buenos Aires. Universidad
Royal Belfast Academical Institution
Catholic University of Ireland (Dublin)
Círculo Médico Argentino
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