Currus triumphalis, è terebinthô. Or an account of the many admirable vertues of oleum terebinthinae. More particularly, of the good effects produced by its application to recent wounds, especially with respect to the hemorrhagies of the veins, and arteries, and the no less pernicious weepings of the nerves, and lymphaducts. Where also, the common methods, and medicaments, used to restrain hemorrhagies, are examined, and divers of them censured. And lastly, A new way of amputation, and a speedier convenient method of curing stumps, than that commonly practised, is with divers other useful matters recommended to the military surgeon.… London: J. Martyn, 1679.
Describes how Yonge used turpentine to arrest hemorrhage, and presents the first account of a flap amputation. It also shows that Yonge was familiar with tourniquets. Digital facsimile from Google Books at this link.
Subjects: MILITARY MEDICINE, SURGERY & HYGIENE, ORTHOPEDICS › Orthopedic Surgery & Treatments › Amputations: Excisions: Resections, PHARMACOLOGY › PHARMACEUTICALS › Botanic Sources of Single Component Drugs › Turpentine, SURGERY: General › Wound Healing