Other questions in this quiz

2. What specifically did scientists discover, to do with blood transfusions, during WW1?

  • Sodium citrate would prevent blood clotting and how to separate blood to be stored
  • How to store blood
  • Hydrochloric acid will increase the shelf life of blood once it has been seperated
  • X-ray machines will help store blood so it doesn't clot

3. Who discovered different blood groups?

  • Watson and Crick
  • Robert Lister
  • Karl Landsteiner
  • Reuben Ottenberg

4. What were some of the down sides to chloroform?

  • Patients couldn't tell the surgeon when to stop
  • Surgeons tried more risky operations and killed more people
  • It gave people the flu
  • People enjoyed pain and didn't want it to end

5. What did Harold Gillies help improve?

  • Plastic surgery
  • Blood transfusions
  • X-ray machines
  • Brain surgery


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