Medical History

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  • Jan 1, 756

    Pharmacist (middle ages)

    Pharmacist (middle ages)
    Preparing medication as it was prescribed and ordered by a physician.
  • Jan 1, 900

    Rhazes (middle ages)

    Doctor Rhazes uncovered the two differences between measles and smallpox
  • Jan 1, 1300

    eyeglasses (middle ages)

    eyeglasses (middle ages)
    To help see better. This product was well know in Italy. Giordano Da Pisa said " Art of making eyeglasses, which make good vision..."
  • Jan 1, 1347

    Black death (renaissance)

    Black death (renaissance)
    A diseases created by fleas and from the fleas to the rats. Many doctors were trying to figure out how this was happening and how to get rid of it.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Printing (renaissance)

    Printing made things easier to publish books and get news.
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Microscope (renaissance)

    Microscope (renaissance)
    used to look into patients and their symptoms/problems.
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Stripped pole (middle ages

    Stripped pole (middle ages
    The stripped poles outside of barbershops were used back then for markings/signs for surgeons. The blue stood for veins, the white was for bandages/gause, and the red was for blood.
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Cesarean Sections (middle ages)

    A procedure where a mother has died or has no continued life. Most of the procedures the babies died with the mother.
  • Jan 1, 1525

    Girolamo Fracastoro

    Girolamo Fracastoro
    First doctor to consider human disease was caused by pathogens. Which is they come from outside the body and then they pass on to others with both contacts.
  • Healers (Renaissances)

    Physicians gave their clients ways on how to stay healthy with exercise and a diet. Woman provided care for other families.
  • Capillaries (industrial revolution)

    drawing blood from patients. explaining discoveries.
  • Edward Jenner (Industrial revolution)

    Milkmaids who got cowpox didnt get small pox. Vaccines where given out to people
  • Louis Pasteur (industrial revolution)

    Louis Pasteur (industrial revolution)
    Created experiments based on microbiology. Washing things to prevent diseases and infections
  • Medical practice (industrial revolution)

    Many practices being founded. Like organisms, which followed with more discoveries.
  • Stethoscope (industrial revolution)

    A microscope where you could see white and red cells.
  • Vaccines (modern world)

    Vaccines (modern world)
    The first vaccines made for many "problems" like tetanus and diphtheria.
  • Karl Theodore Dussik (modern times)

    Karl Theodore Dussik (modern times)
    First paper on medical ultrasounds
  • Cardiac pacemaker (modern world)

    Created by Paul Zoll was the cardiac pacemaker
  • Thomas Fogarty (modern times)

    founder of the balloon embolectomy catheter
  • More vaccines (modern world)

    Measles vaccine was created in 1964 Vaccine made in 1970 for rubella
  • Sheep (21st century)

    Sheep (21st century)
    A sheep was first cloned
  • Human genome (21st century)

    was time and money in 1990s. the government funded the project.
  • Discoveries (21st century)

    Discovering misakes. Having more advances medical gear and medicine for patients
  • William Kolff (21st century)

    William Kolff (21st century)
    Invented the artificial kidney machine
  • Vaccine ( 21st century)

    First cancer vaccine that was targeted to cause of cancer
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    500
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    Dec 31, 1300

    Middle Ages

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    Jan 1, 1301
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    Renaissance

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    Industrial Revolution

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    Modern World

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    21st Century