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Observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, etc

James Curry

Observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, etc

with an account of the means to be employed for recovery : drawn up at the desire of the Northamptonshire Preservative Society.

by James Curry

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Published by printed by Dicey & Co. in Northampton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsNorthamptonshire Preservative Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 113p. :
Number of Pages113
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17508780M

  There is a paper on “Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Hanging, Suffocation by Noxious Vapours, Fainting-Fits, Intoxication, Lightning, Exposure to Cold, etc, and an account of the Proper means to be employed for recovery” published in by James Curry. Dr. Henry filled several of the articles with notes and drawings. James Curry, Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Hanging, Suffocation by Noxious Vapours, Fainting-Fits, Intoxication, Lightning, Exposure to Cold, &c., &c. and an account of the proper means to be employed for recovery [ ], 2nd edn (London: E. Cox and Son, ), ch. 1.


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Drawn up at the desire of the Northamptonshire preservative society: By James Curry, M.D. member of the Royal medical society of Edinburgh, and physician at Kettering. [James Curry]. Observations on apparent death, from suffocation, by hanging or drowning: choke damp, produced by inhaling carbonic acid, or some other irrespirable exhalation, by a stroke of lightning or electricity, and by exposure to extreme cold: with directions for using the resuscitating apparatus, invented by the author.

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Drawn up at the desire of the Northamptonshire Preservative Society: by James Curry, M.D. Member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, and Physician to the Northampton Hospital. [James Curry]. AND APPARENT DEATH. 5 to the height from which he fell, the shock at the surface of the water, may alone be suf- ficient to destroy life entirely.* Preceding disease, intosicatiou, or exposure to long- continued or severe cold, either before or after the accident, will contribute to the same fatal effect.

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AccessKey: acih. Moricheau-Beaupré says that “General asphyxia presents the image of perfect death; but persons found senseless and deeply benumbed have been recalled to life after twenty-four or forty-eight hours” 11 and this is also shown by a book title: Observations on apparent death from drowning, hanging, suffocation by noxious vapours, fainting Cited by: Curry J.

Observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation etc with an account of the means to be employed for recovery. Northampton, 7. Herholdt J D, Rafn C : C. McCartney, D.J. Wilkinson. Investigation of Drowning Deaths: A Practical Review. Investigation of Drowning Deaths: A Practical Review Show all authors.

Erica J. Armstrong, MD. Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary defines drowning as “suffocation and death resulting from filling of the lungs with water or other substance or fluid, Cited by: 1. The book is titled Observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, etc with an account of the means to be employed for recovery and was published inand there is a copy in the RCP Library.

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Northampton: W. Birdsall & T. Burnham, Laqueur T. () The Dead and Dying Body from Hume to Now. In: Detsi-Diamanti Z., Kitsi-Mitakou K., Yiannopoulou E.

(eds) The Future of Flesh: A Cultural Survey of Cited by: 1. Author(s): Curry,James Title(s): Observations on apparent death from drowning, hanging, suffocation &c.

and an account of the means to be employed for recovery. To which are added, the treatment proper in cases of poison; with cautions and suggestions respecting various circumstances of sudden danger.

Observations on apparent death, from suffocation, by hanging or drowning: choke damp, produced by inhaling carbonic acid, or some other irrespirable exhalation, by a stroke of lightning or electricity, and by exposure to extreme cold: with directions for using the resuscitating apparatus, invented by the author, and general instructions for the recovery of persons from suspended animation.

Curry J. Popular observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, &c.: with an account of the means to be employed for recovery, Emerson W. A discourse, delivered in the First Church, Boston, on the anniversary of the Massachusetts Humane Society, Fothergill A. When someone drowns it's not because of water in the lungs.

It's because the pharynx or larynx has clamped shut in reaction to water hitting it. The water only enters the lungs after you die and the muscles relax enough to allow water to enter the lungs.

So even with drowning you "suffocate" and die from oxygen deprivation of the brain and heart. James Curry has written: 'Observations on apparent death from drowning, hanging, suffocation' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Apparent Death, First aid in illness and injury Asked in Brain Teasers.

Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Suffocation, etc. () How to distinguish an apparent death from a genuine one. Report Author: Daniel O'Connell.

Apparent Death. Apparent Death From Drowning. Description. This section is from the book "Homoeopathic Domestic Practice", From what has been already said, it will very readily be seen, that drowning is simply a kind of suffocation, caused not by the presence of water in the lungs or stomach, for there is but very little there, but by the.

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is also shown by a book title: Observations on apparent death from drowning, hanging, suffocation by noxious vapours, fainting-fits, intoxication, lightning, exposure to cold etc etc. Medical galvanism – a prelude to defibrillation Show all authors. Christine M Ball 1 2.

a book that became a popular resource for doctors seeking information on the subject. Popular observations on apparent death from drowning, suffocation, etc. Northampton: T Dicey and Co., Google Scholar. : Christine M Ball, Christine M Ball, Peter J Featherstone. James Curry, Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Suffocation: The frictions should at first be very gentle, and performed with a view to restore heat, and not to force the blood towards the heart, which in drowned persons is already too much distended with it.

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Today's Deals Your Gift Cards Help. James Curry publishes “Popular Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Suffocation, Etc., with an Account of the Means to be Employed for Recovery” in s In German doctor Friedrich Maass publishes “Resuscitation Technique Following Cardiac Death after Inhalation of Chloroform” in the Berlin Clinical Weekly.

DISTINCTION BETWEEN APPARENT AND ABSOLUTE DEATH. James Curry (d. ) (Figure 1), a Northampton physician who was later elected to the staff of Guy's Hospital, London, made the first attempt to place resuscitation on a scientific basis in when he published Popular Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Suffocation etc (Figure 2), of which copies.

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This use seems to correspond to our current notion of cardiac arrest. This usage seems to attest to some spontaneous survival; otherwise it would be the equivalent of death. The restriction of the term to suffocation came later. The first citation is a book by Brand entitled “The cure of Asphyxia or apparent death by drowning”.Like history?

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James Curry, Observations on Apparent Death from Drowning, Hanging, Suffocation by Noxious Vapours, Fainting-Fits, Intoxication, Lightning, Exposure to Cold, &c., &c. and an account of the proper means to be employed for recovery [ ], 2nd edn (London: E.

Cox and Son, ), ch. 1.