Manual of Medical Diagnostics and Healthcare

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Arsti ramat nende juhhatamisseks kes tahtwad többed ärraarwada ning parrandada (Estonian for Manual of medical diagnostics and healthcare, literally Doctor's book to instruct those who want to guess and repair ailments) was the first medical manual written in Estonian and is also regarded as the beginning of Estonian popular-scientific literature.[1] It was compiled by Peter Ernst Wilde, translated by August Wilhelm Hupel and printed in 1771.[2] It can be viewed as a continuation or a collection of their earlier work, the Lühhike öppetus.

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  1. ^ Sõukand, Renata; Raal, Ain (October 2005). "Data on Medicinal Plants in Estonian Folk Medicine: Collection, Formation and Overview of Previous Researches" (PDF). Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore. Tartu: Folk Belief and Media Group of Estonian Literary Museum. 30: 173–200. ISSN 1406-0949. 
  2. ^ "Arsti ramat (1771)". Digital Text Repository for Older Estonian Literature. University of Tartu Library. Retrieved 25 December 2009. 

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