History of Health Care Bruss

  • Period: 4000 BCE to 3000 BCE

    Primitive Time

  • 3900 BCE

    Morphine

    It a plant that can treat the pain you have.
  • 3900 BCE

    Trepanation

    Trepanation
    It was a way they thought that could get rid of your headaches.
  • 3800 BCE

    Supernatural spirits and demons caused diseases

    Supernatural spirits and demons caused diseases
    Many people believed that diseases were caused by supernatural spirits and demons
  • 3700 BCE

    Average life span was 20 years

    Average life span was 20 years
    The average life span back then was 20 years old.
  • Period: 3000 BCE to 300 BCE

    Ancient Egyptians

  • 2900 BCE

    Religions rites and ceremonies

    Religions rites and ceremonies
    Back then this is how they thought they could heal diseases. They also thought it could also release the evil spirits to restore the persons health.
  • 2800 BCE

    Imhotep

    Imhotep
    Imhotep was mostly likely one of the first physicians ever. Physicians were also priests who’s studied medicine and surgery at a temple
  • 2700 BCE

    Average life span was 20 to 30 years

    Average life span was 20 to 30 years
    The average life span during the ancient Egyptian times was 20-30 years old.
  • Period: 1700 BCE to 220

    Ancient Chinese

  • 1600 BCE

    Beliefs and Result

    Beliefs and Result
    The religious prohibitions against dissection and the result turned into less knowledge on the body structure
  • 1500 BCE

    Important of the whole body

    Important of the whole body
    Back then they used the pulse to monitor the body condition just like they still do today. They also believed if you treated the whole body would be cured by the spirit.
  • 1400 BCE

    Average life span was 20-30 years old

    Average life span was 20-30 years old
    The average life span was 20-30 years old.
  • Period: 1200 BCE to 200 BCE

    Ancient Greeks

  • Period: 753 BCE to 410

    Ancient Romans

  • 460 BCE

    Hippocrates

    Hippocrates
    They are called the Father if Medicine. They devolved and organized a method to help learn about the human body. They also recorded any symptoms or causes to theses diseases. They also created an oath called the oath of Hippocrates.
  • 384 BCE

    Aristotle

    Aristotle
    Aristotle was the person that started dissecting animals. He is also called the founder of comparative anatomy. He believed that Illinois were the result of natural causes.
  • 370 BCE

    Average life span was 25-35 years old

    Average life span was 25-35 years old
    The average life span during this was 25-35 years old.
  • 200 BCE

    Sanitation systems

    Sanitation systems
    Sanitation systems first began when they created aqueducts to carry clean water into the city. Then they built sewers to carry waste away front eh clean water that went into the city. Next they used filtering systems in public showers and baths to prevent people from getting diseases. Finally they, drained waste to reduce the cases of malaria.
  • 100 BCE

    Hospitals

    Hospitals
    Earlier hospitals that were built when physicians were still going door to door to care for people in their home. Later during this time frame hospitals became to be used for religious and charitable Institution houses.
  • 300

    Average life span was 25-35 years old

    Average life span was 25-35 years old
    The average life span was from 25-35 years old during this time frame.
  • 400

    Prohibited study of medicine

    They wanted to focus on saving to soul.
  • Period: 400 to 800

    Dark age

  • 500

    How do they treat disease?

    Pray and divine intervention were used to treat these diseases.
  • 600

    Average life span was 20-30 years old

    Average life span was 20-30 years old
    The average life span was from 20-30 years old during this time.
  • Period: 800 to 1400

    Middle age

  • 850

    Medical Universities

    Medical Universities
    Medical universities became a thing in the 9th century. At first medical universities were just to renew the medical practices of the ancient Greeks and romans.
  • 900

    Pandemic

    This pandemic was about the bubonic plague. It killed about 3/4 of the population of Europe and Asia.
  • 910

    Rhazes

    Rhazes
    It was a Arab physician, that became known as the Arab Hippocrate.
  • 1000

    Average life span was 20-35 years old

    Average life span was 20-35 years old
    The average life span was 20-35 years old during this time.
  • Period: 1350 to

    Renaissance

  • 1401

    Rebirth

    Rebirth
    They called it the rebirth because it was the new ways of the science and medicines
  • 1425

    Dissection

    Dissection
    It was a away to figure out a better understanding of the anatomy and physiology.
  • 1450

    Artists

    Artists
    Some of the artists during the this time were Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. They drew the human body more realistically.
  • 1475

    Average life was 30 to 40 years old

    Average life was 30 to 40 years old
    The average life span during this time period of was 30-40 years old.
  • 1501

    Cause of Disease

    Many doctor's really didn’t know what what was causes this fever that was going around.
  • Period: 1501 to

    16th Century

  • 1510

    Father of Modern surgery

    Father of Modern surgery
    Ambroise Pare was know as the Father of Modern surgery. He established the use if ligatures to bind arteries. He also found a way to limit the use of boiling water to cauterize wounds. He also produced a better treatment to treat fractured bones.
  • 1523

    Gabriel Fallopius

    Gabriel Fallopius
    She founded the Fallopian tubes in females. She found a way to describe the tympanic membrane in the ear.
  • Average life span was 35-45 years old

    Average life span was 35-45 years old
    The average life span during this time is 35-45 years old.
  • Period: to

    17th Century

  • William Harvey

    William Harvey
    William Harvey described the circulation of blood to and from the heart. He did this in 1628.
  • Anton van Leeuwenhoek

    Anton van Leeuwenhoek
    He invented the microscope. He invented in the year 1666.
  • Apothecaries

    Apothecaries
    They sold the an prescribed medicine to pharmacies.
  • Average life span is 35-45 years old

    Average life span is 35-45 years old
    The average life span during this time frame is 35-45 years old.
  • Period: to

    18th Century

  • Gabriel Fahrenheit

    Gabriel Fahrenheit
    He created the first ever mercury thermometer. He created it in 1714
  • James Lind

    James Lind
    He created lime juice containing vitamin C to prevent the disease called scurvy. He invented it in 1795.
  • Edward Jenner

    Edward Jenner
    He developed a vaccine for small pox. He developed it in 1796
  • Average life span 40-50 years old

    Average life span 40-50 years old
    The average life span in this time span is between 40-50 years old old.
  • Period: to

    19th Century

  • Blood Transfusion

    Blood Transfusion
    The first successful blood transfusion took place in 1818. James Blundel performed this operation.
  • Elizabeth Blackwell

    Elizabeth Blackwell
    She became the first ever female physician in the US.
  • Florence Nightingale

    Florence Nightingale
    She was the founder of modern nursing.
  • American Red Cross

    American Red Cross
    The american Red Cross was founded in 1881.
  • Wilhelm Roentgen

    Wilhelm Roentgen
    He discovered roentgengrams in 1895.
  • Average life span was 40-60 years old.

    Average life span was 40-60 years old.
    The average life span during this time period was 40-60 years old.
  • Period: to

    20th Century

  • Sir Alexander Fleming

    Sir Alexander Fleming
    He discovered penicillin. He discovered it in 1928 during the Great Depression.
  • Open heart surgery

    Open heart surgery
    The first open heart surgery ever took place with a heart-lung machine that was developed in 1953.
  • Transplants

    Transplants
    The first transplant ever was a transferred kidney. Jospeh Murray performed the first transplant. The second transplant was a transferred liver. Thomas Starzl performed this transplant. The third transplant was a transferred lung. James Hardie performed this transplant. Finally, the fourth transplant was the first successful heart transplant. Christian Barnard performed this transplant.
  • CAT Scan

    CAT Scan
    The CAT scan stands for computerized axial. The CAT scan was developed in 1975.
  • Test tube baby

    Test tube baby
    Luise Brown was the first test to baby to ever be born. She was born in England in 1978.
  • Average life span 60-70 years old

    Average life span 60-70 years old
    The average life span during this time was 60-70 years old.