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Babies R Us Medicine Dispenser Kit Blue
Babies R Us Medicine Dispenser Kit Blue
This Babies'R'Us Medicine Dispenser Kit makes caring for a sick little one less stressful for Mom and Dad. It includes a medicine spoon, a dropper and an oral syringe with an extender tip; all are packed with features that make it easy to measure out and administer accurate doses of medicine. The Babies R Us Medicine Dispenser Kit Blue features: Includes a medicine spoon, a dropper and an oral syringe with an extender tip Oral syringe is designed with an easygrip handle and a plastic guard that prevents the sterile tip from touching surfaces; the graduated design displays mL and tsp measurements to ensure accurate dosage 3inch long extender tip makes it easy to administer medicine Medicine spoon has a hollow handle with a clear, graduated tube; it can stand up on its base for easy filling Dropper features a removable bulb and mL measurement designations All items are toprack dishwasher safe Package Dimensions: 5.5 x 8 x 1 inches Perfect for parents that are seeking value while retaining brand name quality, Babies'R'Us offers a complete line of the baby care, baby bath and baby accessories that families are looking for. The Babies'R'Us exclusive house brand gives you the advantage of saving money while making sure that your newborn baby or infant receives the care and attention that they deserve. Be sure to visit our Babies'R'Us Exclusive Brand Store for superior baby essentials, toys, nursery decor and more.
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Ancient Babylonian Medicine : Theory and Practice
Ancient Babylonian Medicine : Theory and Practice
Even in the twenty-first century, medicine remains something of a mystery. In a few significant areas we are hardly better informed than ancient and medieval practitioners. Yet when the topic of ancient medicine is broached, too often the tendency is to dismiss it solely as the product of ignorance and superstition. By delving into the way medicine was actually practiced by various Babylonian professionals of the 2nd and 1st millennium B.C., Ancient Babylonian Medicine: Theory and Practice shatters some of our preconceived notions about ancient medicine. Through the use of a great variety of extant cuneiform tablets -- many previously unknown -- noted Assyriologist and ancient language expert Markham J. Geller reveals the rich legacy of Babylonian healing techniques. Challenging the traditional view of ancient medicine that rigidly distinguishes between science and superstition, Geller shows how ancient healing methods and strategies embodied a vastly more complex relationship between medicine and magic. He theorizes that when viewed from the perspective of a patient concerned only with the efficacy of treatment, medicine and magic were simply dual approaches to healing. Geller also examines basic therapeutic concepts utilizing medical commentaries ascribed to physician-scribes among Babylonian scholars -- a source not previously researched. Original and provocative, Ancient Babylonian Medicine: Theory and Practice offers startling new insights into the dark and distant roots of modern medicine.
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Ancient Babylonian Medicine : Theory and Practice
Ancient Babylonian Medicine : Theory and Practice
Even in the twenty-first century, medicine remains something of a mystery. In a few significant areas we are hardly better informed than ancient and medieval practitioners. Yet when the topic of ancient medicine is broached, too often the tendency is to dismiss it solely as the product of ignorance and superstition. By delving into the way medicine was actually practiced by various Babylonian professionals of the 2nd and 1st millennium B.C., Ancient Babylonian Medicine: Theory and Practice shatters some of our preconceived notions about ancient medicine. Through the use of a great variety of extant cuneiform tablets -- many previously unknown -- noted Assyriologist and ancient language expert Markham J. Geller reveals the rich legacy of Babylonian healing techniques. Challenging the traditional view of ancient medicine that rigidly distinguishes between science and superstition, Geller shows how ancient healing methods and strategies embodied a vastly more complex relationship between medicine and magic. He theorizes that when viewed from the perspective of a patient concerned only with the efficacy of treatment, medicine and magic were simply dual approaches to healing. Geller also examines basic therapeutic concepts utilizing medical commentaries ascribed to physician-scribes among Babylonian scholars -- a source not previously researched. Original and provocative, Ancient Babylonian Medicine: Theory and Practice offers startling new insights into the dark and distant roots of modern medicine.
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