20th Century - Medicine Through Time

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  • 20th Century
    • Public Health
      • NHS set up in 1948
      • After WW2 conditions of city was revealed
      • 1911 National Insurance Act
      • 1942 Beveridge report suggests a national health service
      • Cradle to grave
    • Causes of disease
      • Germs
    • Training of Doctors
      • Doctors - 7 years incl. degree and practical experience
      • Nurses - 3 years with degree, practical experience and register at Nuring and Midwifery Council
      • Paramedics - 2/5 years
    • Treatment of Disease
      • Magic Bullet 1: Salvarsan 606 by Ehrlich 1909
      • Magic Bullet 2: Prontosil by Domagk 1932
      • Penicillin
      • Anitibiotics
      • Herbal Remedies
    • Individuals
      • Alexander Flemming: Discovered penicillin
      • Howard Florey and Ernst Chain develop it and get it mass produced
        • Alexander Flemming: Discovered penicillin
      • James Watson and Francis Crick: Discover DNA 1953
    • Other
      • Technology: X-rays, Blood transfusions, Radiotherapy, Endoscopes, dialysis machine, pacemakers, CAT and MRI scans, home technology,microscopes

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