Notes on typhoid fever
Proudfoot, Frank Gregoire
From June 1896 to May 1897, 12 cases of Typhoid Fever came under my care as House Physician at the Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford. In the following pages I have recorded the principal notes which I took on these during their residence in Hospital. At the end of each I have made a few remarks on the chief points of interest and the treatment employed. In addition, taking my cases as s basis, I have discussed the symptoms of Typhoid Fever, their effects on the different systems, the points of diagnosis, the prognosis and treatment.