Medicare Economic Aspects : American health : demographics and spending of health care consumers / by the editors of New Strategist Publications.
Medicare Fraud : Summary of Medicare-Medicaid anti-fraud and abuse amendments, H.R. 3, 95th Congress, Public law 95-142, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for rural health clinic services, H.R. 8422 (H.R. 2504), 95th Congress, Public law 95-210 [electronic resource] / Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives.; United States.
Medication Errors : Medication errors : causes, prevention and risk management / edited by Michael R. Cohen.
Medication Errors Early Works To 1800 : Various injuries & abuses in chymical and Galenical physick, committed both by physicians & apothecaries, detected : for the benefit of such, who being conscientious and studious in physick, aim chiefly at the welfare of the sick, and of those patients, whether rich or poor, who are willing to preserve their lives & healths / by Robert Godfrey, Med. Londinensis.; Godfrey, Robert,
Medice Cura Teipsum : Lex exlex: or The dovvnfall of the law, and the gospell. : Being a vvarning-piece to the Colledge of Physitians. Or, a prodromous discourse to a subsequent tract, entituled, Medice cura teipsum. / By Dalepater Menedemus.; Dalepater Menedemus.
Medicine 15 18th Centuries : The doctresse: : a plain and easie method, of curing those diseases which are peculiar to women. Whereunto are annexed physicall paradoxes, or a new discovery of the æconomy of nature in mans body. / Written by R.B. &c.; Bunworth, Richard.
Medicine 15th 18 Centuries Formulae Receipts Prescriptions Earl : Natura exenterata: or Nature unbowelled by the most exquisite anatomizers of her. : Wherein are contained, her choicest secrets digested into receipts, fitted for the cure of all sorts of infirmities, whether internal or external, acute or chronical, that are incident to the body of man. / Collected and preserved by several persons of quality and great experience in the art of medicine, whose names are prefixed to the book. Containing in the whole, one thousand seven hundred and twenty. Very necessary for such as regard their owne health, or that of their friends. VVhereunto are annexed, many rare, hitherto un-imparted inventions, for gentlemen, ladies and others, in the recreations of their different imployments. With an exact alphabetical table referring to the several diseases, and their proper cures.