Medicine through time Individuals

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Asclepius
Greek god of healing
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Hippocrates
Greek doctor - 'four humours'
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Galen
the Roman emperor's doctor - 'theory of opposites'
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Avicenna/Ibn Sina
Arab doctor - wrote medical textbooks
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Versalius
Wrote 'fabric of the human body' - circulation, human jaw bone
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Pare
Military surgeon - Treates wounds with turpentine and used ligatures
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Harvey
Royal doctor - theory of circluation, challanged Galen
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Paracelsus
disease attacks body from outside, mineral remedies
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Jenner
Developed first vaccine
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Garret
First woman doctor in 1865, founded the New Hospital for Women
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Florence Nightengale
Military nurse in Crimea, published 'notes on nursing' and founded 1st training school for nurses
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Lous Pasteur
Germ theory - 1861
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Koch
Identified disease-causeing bacterias
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Semmelweiss
Insisted doctors washed their hands
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Lister
Developed carbolic spray
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Dr John Snow
Made connection between cholera and infected water
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Alexander Fleming
Rediscovered the properties of the bacteria penicillin to attack staphylococBeecus
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Beveridge
Wrote 'beveridge report' in 1942, proposed NHS
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Barnard
Pioneered the use of heart transplants in 1900s, used drugs to ensure organs were not rejected
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Arab doctor - wrote medical textbooks

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