MEDICINE 1900 +

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  • MEDICINE 1900 +
  • Infant mortality decreased
    • MEDICINE 1900 +
    • National Health Service (NHS)
  • School Meals Act 1906
    • Infant mortality decreased
      • National Health Service (NHS)
  • School medical services introduced
    • The Children and Young Person's Acts, 1908
      • Penicillin
        • Fleming
        • Koch
          • Magic Bullets - stain (identify) and kill bacteria
      • Fleming
      • Magic Bullets - stain (identify) and kill bacteria
      • Koch
        • Left germs in plates, when he next saw them, the germs next to the mould (penicillin) had been killed
          • Concluded that penicillin is a natural antiseptic
            • Left germs in plates, when he next saw them, the germs next to the mould (penicillin) had been killed
            • Florey & Chain
              • Penicillin
              • Tested penicillin on policeman with infection - success!
                • Florey & Chain
                • WWII was a big factor - the reason penicillin had to be produced on such a mass scale
                  • Welfare State
                    • Beveridge won the election
                      • Welfare State
                        • National Health Service was set up
                        • Poor quality housing demolished
                      • Benefits
                        • Beveridge won the election
                          • National Health Service was set up
                          • Poor quality housing demolished
                      • School leaving age raised
                        • Doctors
                          • Female doctors allowed
                        • Government salary
                          • Doctors
                            • Female doctors allowed
                        • Understand causes of disease
                          • Can refer patients to specialists
                            • Twentieth century
                              • Knowledge about body & disease
                                • Twentieth century
                                  • DNA
                                • Surgery
                                  • Hearing aid
                                  • Pacemaker
                                • Treatment
                                  • IVF
                                  • Radiotherapy
                                • World Wars
                                  • Blood transfusions
                                  • Broken bones
                                • Blood transfusions
                                • Plastic surgery

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