Medicine during the regency

by on Sep.19, 2011, under Uncategorized

I’m blogging today at Romancing the Past about the differences between doctors, surgeons, and apothecaries, the three major medical professionals at work during the regency.

1815 physician with obstetric patient

A doctor examining an obstetrics patient, 1831

Please stop by and leave a comment about whether you’d still be alive today if you had to rely on the same medical science our regency ancestors did.

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