Renaissance Factors - Medicine Through Time

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Technology: Microscope
The microscope allowed people to see small vessels,organisms etc.
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Technology: Water
The water pump was developed.
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War: Pare
Pare was an army surgeon for 20 years seeing many sword and gunshot wounds. He said that observation was better than theory/books.
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Art: Human Anatomy
Careful observation led to very accurate pictures of human anatomy drawn by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci. Many of these artists did their own dissections.
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Chance: Pare
Pare ran out of oil and had to make an ointment to use on his patients. This worked better than the old method!
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Individuals: Vesalius
Vesalius had to steal human corpses to do his dissections as a young man. Vesalius had to prove that Galen was wrong despite opposition to this idea. Vesalius had to take on the opposition of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Individuals: Pare
Pare challenged old methods in surgery.
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Communications: Print
The printing press was invented.
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Communications: Vesalius
Vesalius had his book.'The Fabric of the Human Body', containing detailed drawings, published in 1543.
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Communications: Royal Society
The Royal Society was started in 1661. Scientists shared their ideas. Experimentation was encouraged.
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The water pump was developed.

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Technology: Water

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Pare was an army surgeon for 20 years seeing many sword and gunshot wounds. He said that observation was better than theory/books.

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Careful observation led to very accurate pictures of human anatomy drawn by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci. Many of these artists did their own dissections.

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Pare ran out of oil and had to make an ointment to use on his patients. This worked better than the old method!

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