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  • medicine
    • prehistory
      • trepanning
      • set broken bones in casts
      • spiritual, medicine man made spirits go
      • osteoathritus
      • no writing
      • factors-religion
      • herbs
    • egyptions
      • wealthy
      • embalmed bodies {religion} knew body parts not functions
      • Imhotep{god of healing}-superstitious
      • nile{farming, writing and channels-undigested rotting food caused disease}
      • factors-religion, the nile, communication
    • greece
      • asclepious{god of healing} asclepion{place to get better}
      • cleanliness was important
      • Hippocrates{observation, 4 humours, Hippocratic oath}
      • factors-religion, government, individuals
      • exercise was important
    • romans
      • war
        • public health facilities
          • aqueducts
          • resevoirs
          • toilets
          • good health {soldiers}
      • better surgery tools
      • alexandria
        • galen{opposites, jaw, brain controlled body}
      • factors- religion, government, individuals
      • believed in gods until 300AD when converted to chritstianity
    • middle ages/ medieval/ dark ages
      • black death
        • pneumonic plague
          • fever+cough
            • spread by coughing
        • bubonic plague
          • buboes
            • spread by fleas
        • thoughts{devil, pray, movement of planers, miasma, doctors did urine checks
      • collapse of the roman empire
        • church becomes powerful
          • no new ideas {galen was infallible}
      • arab
        • rhazes{smallpox vs measles}
      • factors- government, religion
    • renaissance{rebirth}
      • Vesalius{fabric of the human body, questioned galen}
      • Harvey{heart as a pump}
      • pare{ligatures+oil}
      • da vinci {artist}
      • church splits+loses power
      • factors-religion, government, science and technology, communication, religion
      • printing press
      • scientific  reasoning
      • first microscope
    • 18th+19th centuries/ industrial revolution
      • things got bad
        • urbanisation{overcrowding, killer eases- cholera, TB
      • things got good
        • jenner{vaccination}
        • Florence nightingale{clean hospitals}
        • Pasteur{germ theory- liquids/animals}
          • Koch{human germ theory proof, stain bacteria to find cures}
        • James simpson(cholorform)
        • chadwick{public health report}
      • factors- government, science and technology, communication, war
    • 20th century
      • ww1
        • xrays
        • plastic surgery
        • blood transfusions
      • DNA{Watson+crick}
      • penicillin{fleming}
      • factors-war, individuals, science and technology, chance, government

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