1 edition of The anatomy of drunkenness found in the catalog.
by W.R. McPhun in Glasgow
Copy 1 Note: Publisher"s list on last leaf.
|Statement||By Robert Macnish|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||266 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf :|
|Number of Pages||266|
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M’Phun, Glasgow. The expanded fifth edition of Robert Macnish’s The Anatomy of Drunkenness, a work by the Glaswegian surgeon, first published inand based on his doctoral thesis of a year two years earlier.
The book examines inebriety from a wide range of angles. A Short History of Drunkenness by readbook 31 October By the author of the Sunday Times no. 1 bestseller The EtymologiconAlmost every culture on earth has drink, and where there's drink there's drunkenness.The BAC rises, and the feeling of drunkenness occurs, when alcohol is drunk faster than the liver can break it down.
Table 1 shows the relationship between BAC and symptoms of drunkenness – the higher the BAC, the greater the effects on the body. However.