Percival T (1803)

Medical ethics or, a code of institutes and precepts adapted to the professional conduct of physicians and surgeons. Manchester: S Russell for J Johnson.
Percival 1803: Percival noted that, when no treatment is known, the interests of the public require a search for new remedies, “scrupulously and conscientiously governed by sound reason, just analogy, or well authenticated fact”.

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