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In the Middle Ages what was training to be a doctor like?
You had to have qualifications and women were not aloud to go to university.
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Name 3 things that changed during the Middle Ages era?
Urine was analysed, planets charts, barber surgeons, hospitals, doctors licenses and no dissections.
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Name 3 symptoms of the Black Death?
Swelling in groin or armpit, coughing, vomiting, bruises, stench and shouting for god
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What was William Harvey's speciality?
The circulation of blood.
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The Romans were famous for one thing more than any other what was it?
Their army and their empire.
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What did Edwin Chadwick do?
He made a report giving recommendations that drainage should improve. He also appointed local health officers.
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What did Edward Jenner do in China?
He started inoculation.
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Who rejected Jenner's findings?
The Royal society.
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The Romans had a strong government. But what did they do?
They raised taxes to support funding of the aqueducts and public baths.
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What were the four humours?
Blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile.
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What was clinical observation?
Observing the patient after a while.
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Galen was a doctor to the emperor: true or false
True
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Who made the theory of four humours?
Hippocrates
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