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Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

Edward Jenner and Smallpox Through his work as a doctor in a countryside area of Gloucestershire, Jenner came across several famers who rejected the offer of being inoculated against smallpox, an horrific killer disease. They gave him next sneezing powder of hellebore root; they sought to strengthen his brain by giving him powder of cowslip flowers. ParΓ© made an old Roman ointment of roses, turpentine and egg yolk. A Roman medical book lists 600 different herbal remedies. They could do little to heal disease, and their main role was to provide comfort and reassurance.

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Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

Individuals β€” Florey and Chain were skilled scientists supported by a skilled team of researchers. The Dark Ages are the first part of this period, following the collapse of the Roman Empire 476-1066. This experiment made front page news all over the world. Unfortunately these doctors accepted the ideas of the ancients without question, and held many superstitious beliefs. Why was the Public Health Act 1875 more successful? They provided treatment increasingly through hospital provision, and in certain situations were able to heal their patients with surgery.

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AQA GCSE History Past Papers

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

Some believed that pilgrimages to holy shrines could cure illness. The Rich Treated by doctors who studied Galen and trained at universities. Despite progress in some areas of medicine, Early Modern doctors did not advance understanding of the causes of disease. Take blind puppies, gut them, and cut off the feet; then boil in water, and in this water let the patient bathe himself. The medicine man would put the patient into a trance, use herbal remedies, and chant spells and prayers to get the bad spirits to leave the body.

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GCSE Revision (SHP) ⋆ Medicine Through Time

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

Galen holes in the septum. As well, the raids were more to do with stealing horses or destroying enemies as a result of rivalry over hunting and living spaces. Pasteur had shown that the germs were the cause of the silkworm disease. Two new forts were built on the Yellowstone River and 2,500 reinforcements were sent west. This was abreakthrough discovery, because researchers soon found out that other tropical diseases were transmitted by vectors such as mosquitoes malaria and yellow fever or tsetse flies sleeping sickness.

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AQA A Unit 1/4A: Medicine Through Time Revision Guide

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

He insisted that all illness had a natural cause and could only be treated with natural remedies. These notes are brought to you by revisegcsehistory. They used herbal remedies and because their Empire stretched so far they were able to get hold of a wider range of natural ingredients for their medicines. This will give you a list of 25 achievements. They could not cure diabetes, but they were able to alleviate its results.

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AQA GCSE History Past Papers

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

By 1803, doctors in America used vaccination but it took until 1853 before the government made vaccination law. The revision activities are listed in chronological order with tasks aimed at themes and factors listed separately. Many Ancient Greeks followed a diet that changed with the seasons β€” eating lots in winter, but drinking little β€” while in the summer drinking more and eating less. If it could kill the bacteria then this would be the first cure. This meant that patients often got worse, rather than better, under their care. Ships were made to wait 40 days before landing β€” they were quarantined.

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Medicine Through Time Disease and Infection Revision Guide

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

The leader of the robbery gang was the sheriff and in 1865 he was captured, tried and hung by the vigilantes. Medicine, 1750 β€” 1900 Robert Koch The Cause of Disease Koch is important because he applied the ideas of Pasteur to medicine. New Voters Working-class men were given the vote in 1867. They demonstrated this in a public experiment. Use the sources and your knowledge to explain your answer. This meant that local ratepayers made all the decisions.

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AQA A Unit 1/4A: Medicine Through Time Revision Guide

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

You could get rid of an excess humour by purging, vomiting or blood-letting. Why has the 14th Century artist shown the Black Death in this way? Use the source and your knowledge to explain your answer. The government set up a Board of Health to encourage, but not to force, local authorities to improve conditions. Other Greeks rejected supernatural ideas and developed more natural approaches. Their annual salaries were a quarter of a million sesterces.

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GCSE History Revision Guide

Medicine Through Time: A Revision Guide for GCSE

This meant that they had no one to help them farm their land. The Discovery and Development of Penicillin 1 2 3 4 5 Fleming discovered mould killed germs. Transfusions had been tried before but usually killed the patient because of clotting. Herbs, simple operations, treatment by opposites, exercise. The depth study is on the narrow time period of 1840 β€” 1895, but covers many different topics. Their life was hard and dangerous, facing problems with the weather, wild animals and the Indians. Guy de Chauliac, the Pope's doctor, blamed the Black Death on a conjunction of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars.

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