Factors that effected surgery 1845-1918

Summary of the factors that effected surgery between 1845 and 1918. Took too long to colour it, sorry..

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  • Created on: 02-06-14 08:52
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  • Factors that effected surgery 1845-1918
    • Science and Technology
      • X-rays discovered
      • Carbolic acid
      • Anaesthetics
      • Storage of blood
      • Blood groups
      • Hypodermic Needles
      • Catgut ligatures
    • World War One
      • Brain Surgery
      • Plastic Surgery
      • Storing blood
      • Prosthetic limbs
      • New types of wound
    • Communication
      • Queen Victoria and King Edward VII
      • Medical journals
        • E.g. The Lancet
      • Paintings and photos
      • X-ray machine not patented
        • Others could copy
      • Surgeons communicating with eachother
      • Semmelweiss
        • Poor communication
    • Individuals
      • Gilles
        • Plastic surgery
      • Rous and Turner
        • Bottled blood
      • Landsteiner
        • Blood types
      • Lister
        • Catgut
        • Carbolic acid
      • Weil
        • Refrigerating blood
      • Koch
        • Blood poisoning
      • Liston
        • Ether
      • Lewisohn
        • Stopped blood clotting
      • Pasteur
        • Germ Theory
      • Semmelweiss
        • Washing hands in carbolic solution

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