Praxis medicinæ, or The physitians practise: wherein are contained all invvard diseases from the head…
Praxis medicinæ, or The physitians practise: wherein are contained all invvard diseases from the head to the foot. Explaining the nature of each disease, with the part affected; and also the signs, causes, and prognosticks, and likewise what temperature of the aire is most requisite for the patients abode, with direction for the diet he ought to observe, together with experimentall cures for every disease. Practised, and approved of; and now published for the good not only of physitians, chirurgions, and apothecaries; but very meet and profitable for all such which are carefull of their health and welfare. Written by that famous and worthy physitian, Walter Bruell.
London : printed by R[ichard]. Cotes for William Sheares, and are to be sold in Mayden-lane near Goldsmiths-Hall, 1648.
Praxis medicinae theorica et empirica familiarissima