Key People Medicine 12500-1900

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  • Key People Medicine
    • 1250-1500
      • Hippocrates
        • Ancient greek doctor
          • Clinical observations
        • Disease caused by Imbalance of Humours
        • 4 Humours
          • Yellow Bile
          • Blood
          • Phlegm
          • Black bile
      • Galen
        • Doctor in ancient Rome
          • 'One Creator'
        • Over 350 books
        • Basis of medical training
        • Developed from H's ideas
        • Theory of Opposites
    • 1914-18
      • Untitled
    • 1500-1700
      • Andreas Vesalius
        • Fabric of the Human Body
          • Human anatomy illustrations
          • Dissected bodies
        • Proved Galen wrong
          • Only 1 bone in jaw
        • 1514-1564
      • Wiliam Harvey
        • 1578-1657
        • Specialism: Circulation of blood around body
        • Dissected live cold-blooded animals and humans
        • Proved Galen wrong
          • Said blood only flowed one way
      • Thomas Sydenham
        • Doctor during 1660s and 1670s
          • Closely observed patients
          • Observations Medicae
            • Used for 2 centuries
        • 'English Hippocrates'
    • 1700-1900
      • Robert Koch
        • Developed work of Pasteur
        • Identified
          • an easier way of growing bacteria
            • AGAR JELLY
          • the bacteria that caused illness
            • 1881: bacteria- Anthrax
            • 1883: discovered Cholera
            • 1882: discovered bacteria- TB and Typhoid
      • Louis Pasteur
        • French chemist
        • GERM THEORY 1861
          • Proved germs were caused by decay
          • Disproved Spon. generation
        • Little immediate impact
      • Joseph Lister
        • Surgeon
        • ANTISEPTIC SURGEY
          • Carbolic acid used in Operating Theatre
          • Removes germs
      • Edward Jenner

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