In This Never Before Published Diary, Year Old Surgeon James Fulton Transports Readers Into The Harsh And Deadly Conditions Of The Civil War As He Struggles To Save The Lives Of The Patients Under His Care Fulton Joined A Union Army Volunteer Regiment In , Only A Year Into The Civil War, And Immediately Began Chronicling His Experiences In A Pocket Diary Despite His Capture By The Confederate Army At Gettysburg And The Confiscation Of His Medical Tools, Fulton Was Able To Keep His Diary With Him At All Times He Provides A Detailed Account Of The Next Two Years, Including His Experiences Treating The Wounded And Diseased During Some Of The Most Critical Campaigns Of The Civil War And His Relationships With Soldiers, Their Commanders, Civilians, Other Health Care Workers, And The Opposing Confederate Army The Diary Also Includes His Notes On Recipes For Medical Ailments From Sore Throats To SyphilisIn Addition To Fulton S Diary, Editor Robert D Hicks And Experts In Civil War Medicine Provide Context And Additional Information On The Practice And Development Of Medicine During The Civil War, Including The Technology And Methods Available At The Time, The Organization Of Military Medicine, Doctor Patient Interactions, And The Role Of Women As Caregivers And Relief Workers Civil War Medicine A Surgeon S Diary Provides A Compelling New Account Of The Lives Of Soldiers During The Civil War And A Doctor S Experience Of One Of The Worst Health Crises Ever Faced By The United States
Robert D Hicks is Director of the M tter Museum and Historical Medical Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, where he holds the William Maul Measey Chair for the History of Medicine He is the author of Voyage to Jamestown Practical Navigation in the Age of Discovery.
- 412 pages
- Civil War Medicine
- Robert D. Hicks
- 03 February 2019 Robert D. Hicks