In 1700 Ramazzini published his most famous work, De Morbis Artificum Diatriba, followed by a second edition in 1713. It includes his clinical, social and “epidemiological” observations and a description of nearly all the illnesses that are caused by different trades. It is for this reason that Ramazzini is unanimously considered the «father of occupational medicine». This volume includes all the works of Ramazzini (The Health of Princes, Notes on the Sober Life, Inaugural Orations) with the addition of the Epidemic Constitutions and The Abuse of Cinchona. Some have been translated for the very first time from Latin into Italian, including the original critical and bibliographical apparatus. This is a scientific work that not only illuminates the mind, but also stimulates and arouses emotions.
Edited by Franco Carnevale, Maria Mendini, Gianni Moriani
Translated in English from Italian by Christina Cawthra
- Collana: Fuori collana
- Formato: 17x24 cm
- Rilegatura: brossura cucita
- ISBN: 9788883145841
- Prezzo: 50 €