Medical Statistics
MEDICAL STATISTICS The first book, Elements of Medical Statistics, was published by Francis Bisset Hawkins (1796–1894) in 1829. He defined medical statistics as  ‘the application of numbers to illustrate the natural history of man in health and disease’. William Farr (1807–1883) proposed a column to record disease or cause of death in the first Registration Act of England. The founder of medical statistics in France was Charles Pierre Alexander Louis (1787–1872), a contemporary of Armand Trousseau (1801–1867). He provided medical statistics on diphtheria, typhoid and yellow fever. A 20th century classic, Principles of Statistics, was published by Sir Austin Bradford Hill (1897–1991) in 1939. Epidemics and crowd diseases; an introduction to the history of epidemiology (1935) was published by Major Greenwood (1880–1949), professor of medical statistics and epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 1935. 

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Medical Statistics from Graunt to Farr, Major Greenwood, Cambridge University Press, 1948, First Edition,
Medical Statistics from Graunt to Farr, Major Greenwood, Cambridge University Press, 1948, First Edition,
£68.00
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Principles of medical statistics, Austin Bradford Hill, Fourth Edition, 1948
Principles of medical statistics, Austin Bradford Hill, Fourth Edition, 1948
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Selected Monographs On The Laryngoscope, Cerebral Sinuses, Atrophy Of The Brain, Medical Enquiries And Cold In Surgical Practices. The New Sydenham Society, 1861, Volume 11 by Johan Nepomuk Czermak
Selected Monographs On The Laryngoscope, Cerebral Sinuses, Atrophy Of The Brain, Medical Enquiries And Cold In Surgical Practices. The New Sydenham Society, 1861, Volume 11 by Johan Nepomuk Czermak
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