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From the Latin text of , revised, with translation and notes by Wilmer Cave Wright. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; Such are the workers who all day long stand or sit, stoop or are bent double; who run or ride or exercise their bodies in all sorts of ways. First to come upon the stage shall be those who stand at their work, such as carpenters when they hew and saw wood, carvers, blacksmiths, masons, and others.
Diseases of Workers
Bernardino Ramazzini 4 October — 5 November was an Italian physician. Ramazzini, along with Francesco Torti , was an early proponent of the use of cinchona bark from which quinine is derived in the treatment of malaria. His most important contribution to medicine was his book on occupational diseases , De Morbis Artificum Diatriba "Diseases of Workers". Ramazzini was born in Carpi on 4 October according to his birth certificate. He was appointed to the chair of theory of medicine at University of Modena in then served as professor of medicine at the University of Padua from until his death. He is often called "the father of occupational medicine "  . The first edition of De Morbis was published in in Modena, the second in in Padua.
De Morbis Artificum Diatriba [Diseases of Workers]