History of medicine - renaissance basics

Renaissance doctor, invented crow's beak clamps, stopped infection with a mixture
Pare
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Renaissance doctor, proved Galen wrong, encouraged parallel dissection
Vesalius
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Renaissance doctor, believed the heart was a pump but his ideas didn't catch on
Harvey
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made in 1430s, allowed many copies of books to be created
Printing Press
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was previously banned but some renaissance doctors ignored this to prove the 'ancients' wrong
Dissection
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period in european history, art and literature became important and it inspired people to study more, saw great advances in science, medicine and engineering
Renaissance
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made in 1430s, allowed many copies of books to be created

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