Praxis medicorum antiqua & nova: the ancient and modern practice of physick examined, stated, and compared…
Praxis medicorum antiqua & nova: the ancient and modern practice of physick examined, stated, and compared. The preparation and custody of medicines, as it was the primitive custom with the princes and great patrons of physick, asserted, and proved to be the proper charge, and grand duty of every physician successively. The new mode of prescribing, and filing recipe’s with apothecaries, manifested an imprudent invention, and pernicious innovation. Demonstrated from the treble damage and disadvantages that arise thence; to physician, patient, and the medical science. With enforcing arguments for a return, and general conformity to the primitive practice. All objections to the contrary, answered and fully cleared. By E. Maynwaring, doctor in physick.
London : printed by J[ohn]. M[acock]. and are to be sold by T. Archer bookseller, under St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleetstreet, 1671.