Cullen

The Consultation Letters of Dr William Cullen (1710-1790) at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

 

Applying a liniment

External application of various ointments/unguents, using a cloth (similar to a Poultice).

Category: Treatments
Sub category: General

11 documents found with this item tagged. See below for the various ways that this item has been used in the the documents.



[DOC ID:1335] dressed with the LinimĀ¬ entum AlbumWhite Liniment spread on a bit of linnen on page (1)
[ID:1335] From: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / To: Dr Richard Story / Regarding: Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 19? June? 1781? / (Outgoing)

[DOC ID:1335] apply a Cloth dipped in the Ceratum AlbumWhite Cerate on page (1)
[ID:1335] From: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / To: Dr Richard Story / Regarding: Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 19? June? 1781? / (Outgoing)

[DOC ID:2745] Liniment on page (4)
[ID:2745] From: Dr Marshall / To: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / Regarding: Mrs M. L. (Patient) / 20? December 1786 / (Incoming)

[DOC ID:273] The best way of applying is by taking a fourfold piece of linnen and dipping int in the Spirits lay neither cold nor warm, laying it upon the hardnessletting it ly till dry on page (2)
[ID:273] From: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / To: Dr Richard Story / Regarding: Mrs Harrison (Patient), Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 21 February 1782 / (Outgoing)

[DOC ID:2164] dressed with the Ceratum AlbumWhite Cerate on page (1)
[ID:2164] From: Dr Richard Story / To: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / Regarding: Mrs Harrison (Patient), Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 14? February 1782 / (Incoming)

[DOC ID:2117] liniment on page (3)

[DOC ID:2072] had been rubbed with some Embrocation on page (2)
[ID:2072] From: Dr William Hamilton (in Glasgow) / To: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / Regarding: Lady Helen Stuart (Orr) (Stewart; of Castlemilk) (Patient), Professor Thomas Hamilton (Patient), Mr Edward Brisbane (Patient) / 7 October 1781 / (Incoming)

[DOC ID:2072] a flannel cloth impregnated with the smoke of the fumigating Gums, thrown on live coals on page (2)
[ID:2072] From: Dr William Hamilton (in Glasgow) / To: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / Regarding: Lady Helen Stuart (Orr) (Stewart; of Castlemilk) (Patient), Professor Thomas Hamilton (Patient), Mr Edward Brisbane (Patient) / 7 October 1781 / (Incoming)

[DOC ID:2019] no external application made to her Breastexcept a little Wool on page (1)
[ID:2019] From: Dr Richard Story / To: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / Regarding: Mrs Harrison (Patient), Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 14 June 1781 / (Incoming)

[DOC ID:152] dressed with the LiniĀ¬ mentum albumwhite Liniment spread on a bit of linnen on page (1)
[ID:152] From: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / To: Dr Richard Story / Regarding: Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 20 June 1781 / (Outgoing)

[DOC ID:152] apply a Cloth dipped in the Ceratum albumwhite Cerate on page (1)
[ID:152] From: Dr William Cullen (Professor Cullen) / To: Dr Richard Story / Regarding: Mrs Wyvil (Wyvill) (Patient) / 20 June 1781 / (Outgoing)