Factors of Medicine

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  • Factors
    • Religion
      • Middle Ages
        • Set up hospitals
        • Banned dissection
        • Controlled education
      • Renaissance
        • Reformation reduces control over education
      • Industrial Revolution
        • Religion motivated key individuals eg. Nightingale
    • War
      • Middle Ages
        • Destroyed medical libraries and P.H systems
        • Crusades limited communication with other countries
      • Renaissance
        • Helped Pare understand what causes infection
      • Industrial Revolution
        • Napoleon vaccinated his army
        • Crimean war led to hospital improvements
      • 20th Century
        • Boer War led to liberal reforms
        • WW1 led to blood groups and X Rays
        • WW2 led to blood transfusions and surgical techniques improving
    • Government
      • Middle Ages
        • Less power and influence than Roman Empire
      • Renaissance
        • Supported and funded scientists e.g Vesalius
      • Industrial Revolution
        • Laissez-faire
          • However gradually took more responsibility for P.H
        • Made vaccination compulsory in 1850s
        • Koch given help from German Government
      • 20th Century
        • NHS
        • Single issue health campaigns
    • Technology
      • 20th Century
        • Key hole surgery
        • X ray photography
        • Scanners and computer technology
      • Industrial Revolution
        • 1830 Improved microscope
        • Bazalgette's Sewers
        • X Rays
        • Rise of chemistry to produce drugs
    • Trade and Communication
      • Middle Ages
        • Trade decreased
      • Renaissance
        • Increased trade and wealth
      • Industrial Revolution
        • Idea of innoculation arrived from China via Turkey
        • Pasteur got funding for research from brewing industry
      • 20th Century
        • Rise of chemical industry and drug companies
    • Key Individuals
      • Middle Ages
        • Galen
      • Industrial Revolution
        • Jenner
        • Pasteur
        • Koch
        • Roentgen
        • Nightingale
        • Chadwick
      • Renaissance
        • Vesalius
        • Harvey
      • 20th Century
        • Crick & Watson
        • Bevan
        • Beveridge

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