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1Discoveries of Eighteenth Century Average Life Span: 40 to 50 years
218th Century (cont) Gabriel Fahrenheit(1686-1736) created 1st mercury thermometerBen Franklin ( )invented bifocals for eyeglassesDr. Jessee BennetPerforms 1st successful C-section in 1794Jenner worked as a doctor in Gloucestershire, England. At that time, smallpox was a serious and often deadly disease. Jenner observed that individuals who had caught the less serious cowpox generally did not catch smallpox. This led him to discover the technique of vaccination when he deliberately infected a small boy with cowpox. He found that this gave him immunity against the deadly smallpox.
3Edward Jenner (1749-1823) Country doctor in England Developed a vaccination for smallpox in 1796How did he find this? …..next pageJenner worked as a doctor in Gloucestershire, England. At that time, smallpox was a serious and often deadly disease. Jenner observed that individuals who had caught the less serious cowpox generally did not catch smallpox. This led him to discover the technique of vaccination when he deliberately infected a small boy with cowpox. He found that this gave him immunity against the deadly smallpox.
4Jenner observed that individuals who had caught the less serious cowpox generally did not catch smallpox.This led him to discover technique of vaccination when he deliberately infected a small boy with cowpox.He found that this gave the child immunity against deadly smallpox.
1419th Century(cont) Florence Nightingale (1820 – 1910) Pioneer of NursingEstablished efficient and sanitary nursing care units for injured soldiers during the Crimean WarBegan professional education of nurses
15Florence Nightingale tending the ill Often called the “Lady with the Lamp” after her habit of making rounds at night
16published 200 books, reports & pamphlets Although bedridden for many years, she campaigned tirelessly to improve health standardspublished 200 books, reports & pamphletsIn recognition of her work Queen Victoria awarded Miss Nightingale the Royal Red Cross in 1883.She died at age 90.Florence Nightingale died at home at the age of 90 on 13 August 1910.
1719th Century (cont) Major Developments Infection Control Associated microscopic organisms with diseaseMethods developed to stop the spread of organismsWomen became active participants in medical careElizabeth Blackwell – 1st female physician in USDorothea Dix – appointed Superintendent of Female Nurses of the ArmyClara Barton – founded the American Red Cross
18CheckPoint 11. Laennec’s first stethoscope was made of: a. paper b. woodc. tree bark.
19CheckPoint cont.12. Before Laennec’s stethoscope, how did physicians listen to heart & lung sounds?.
20James Blundell ( )1818- performed 1st successful human blood transfusiontransfused blood from husband to his wife by means of syringeJames Blundell, a London physician troubled by the many women who died after childbirth from massive bleeding, introduced blood transfusion between humans, using the simple apparatus shown here.
21Blundell performed 10 transfusions up to 1830 about half were successfulAt this point, blood typing had not been developed & transfusions were risky.In 1870's, doctors began using milk from cows, goats & humans, as blood substituteThis was replaced with saline solution in 1880's.
22William Morton ( )developed anesthesia techniques that made surgery painless
24Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) Father of Bacteriology Discovered that microorganisms were everywhereProved that microbes caused disease.Much of Pasteur's research was in the field of brewing and cheese production. He showed that by heat-treating foods they could be prevented from going off and developed the Pasteurizing of milk. He suggested that infectious diseases were caused by micro-organisms. An observation that revolutionized medicine and led to the germ theory of disease. Pasteur also developed several vaccines including ones against anthrax and rabies.
25Discovered that heating of milk killed germs--hence the term “pasteurization”. The process of boiling a liquid to destroy bacteria is still used today; most dairy products are pasteurized.
26Pasteur also developed vaccines against anthrax & rabies. Louis's pupil, Emile Roux, inoculating boy against rabies at Pasteur Institute
27Sir Joseph Lister (1827-1912) Used asepsis in surgery Discovered that carbolic acid killed germs.Lister believed that infection was caused by airborne dust particles. He sprayed the air with carbolic acid, a chemical that was then being used to treat foul smelling sewer, in hopes that it would result in a decrease of infection in infirmaries.Carbolic acid sprayer
28Lister Introduces Antisepsis For six weeks, Lister had treated a boy's compound fracture wound with carbolic acid.When Lister removed dressings from fracture, he found wound had healed without infection--something unheard of at that time!As Professor of Surgery at Glasgow University, Lister saw many patients survive surgery only to die from infections such as gangrene. To prevent this he covered wounds with a piece of lint soaked in carbolic acid. He developed this further by making apparatus that produced a fine mist of carbolic acid that was pumped into the air around a person undergoing surgery. This first use of an antiseptic greatly reduced infections and increased survival.
29Wilhelm Roentgen (1845-1923) German physicist Discovered x-rays in 18951st X-ray was of his wife’s handX-rays were discovered in 1895 by the German Physicist Wilhelm Roentgen. He was studying cathode rays produced by a recently-invented piece of equipment called a Crooke's tube when he noticed that a fluorescent screen across the room started to glow.
31CheckPoint MATCHING: 16. Discovered x-rays 17. Developed rabies vaccine18. Used carbolic acid to kill germs.ListerPasteurRoentgen
32Twentieth Century Most rapid growth in health care Average Life Span: 60 – 80 years
33Development of Rehabilitation Professions Physical TherapyOccupational TherapyOrthotics and ProstheticsAudiologyArt TherapyKinesiotherapy
34Physical Therapy 1894 Originated in England Nurses were 1st Physical TherapistsRN using a Current impulse stimulatorPhysical Therapy has an rich, international history. In any other country the profession of "Physical Therapy" is called "Physiotherapy."The earliest documented origins of actual physical therapy as a professional group date back to 1894 when nurses in England formed the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Other countries soon followed and started formal training programs.
35Another type of physical therapy Using a “shoulder wheel” which was used after arm & shoulder injuries
36Occupational Therapy - 1917 Developed in response to injured veterans returning from WWI.Needed rehab in order to get back to work.Occupational Therapy WardEffects of World War I (1914), and rapidly growing populations that found homes in city tenements and work in factories. With returning veterans, the rising incidence of industrial and automotive accidents, and medical advances that saved more and more lives, a growing population faced long-term residual disability with few available resources for reconstructing lives. In 1917, a group of well educated, East Coast men and women founded the National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy.
37Depiction of wounded soldier weaving belt with aid of apparatus designed to exercise his injured arm.
38WWII - physical therapy in use following surgery
39Orthotics and Prosthetics Began with ancient art of splintingAssociated with amputation surgery after warsGrew after WWI and WWII and the polio epidemics in late 1940’s & early 1950’sHistorically, the study of orthotics (external supports) began with the ancient art of splint and brace making (1,2). Bonesetters and brace makers eventually developed into what we now call orthopedic surgeons and orthotists. The study of prosthetics has been closely associated with amputation surgery performed as a lifesaving measure from the aftermath of battle. Injured soldiers who returned home from battle with traumatic amputations utilized primitive wooden prostheses. Each major war apparently has been the stimulus for improvement of amputation surgical techniques and for the development of improved prostheses. It was not until the twentieth century when the most significant contributions to prosthetic/orthotic sciences were made, stimulated by the aftermath of the first and second world wars and the polio epidemics of the late 1940’s and early 1950s.
40Audiology ’sOrigin in 1920’s when audiometers were 1st designed to measure hearingProfession surged after WWI & II from noise induced hearing lossThe profession of audiology had its origins in the 1920s when audiometers were first designed for measuring hearing. Interest in this profession surged in the 1940s when soldiers returned from World War II with noise induced hearing loss due to near-by gunfire or to prolonged and unprotected exposure to machinery noise.
41Art Therapy ’sPatient’s creations were thought to reveal hidden feelings & emotions.In the 1940’s, artists working in psychiatric hospitals became aware that painting, drawing and other forms of artwork could form the basis of a therapeutic relationship between patient and therapist. The patients’ creations are said to reveal hidden feelings and emotions and so help the therapist to better understand the patient as well as being an important medium for communication.
42Kinesiotherapy - "Corrective Therapy" Rehab programs developed during WWII to expedite return of soldiers to active duty following battle injuries.to implement exercise programs designed to reverse or minimize debilitation and enhance the functional capacity of medically stable patients in a wellness, sub-acute, or extended care setting
43CheckPoint19. Many rehab professions developed in response to _______ injuries. industrialfarmpoliowar.
44Other new developments during the 20th Century Use of new machines, i.e. X-Rays, MRI, ultrasound, CT scans, PET scansNew medicines and vaccines were developedCauses of many diseases were identifiedPhysicians were able to treat the cause of the disease to cure the patient
47Walter ReedDemonstrated that mosquitoes carry yellow fever (1900)
48Sir Alexander Fleming Accidently discovered penicillin in 1928 Became known as the “Wonder Drug”Penicillin is a broad- spectrum antibiotic since it kills a wide range of bacteria
49Dr. Michael DeBakey Well-renowned Houston cardiologist Linked Lung cancer to cigarette smoking1950s – One of the first to perform Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery1953 – Performed the 1st successful Carotid Endarterectomy (plague removal and stent placement)Pioneer in development of artificial heart.First to use an external heart pump successfully – a “left ventricular bypass pump”.
5020th Century (cont) Jonas Salk Albert Sabin Discovered a killed polio virus would afford immunity to poliomyelitis.Developed the polio vaccine in 1952Albert SabinDeveloped an oral live-virus polio vaccine in mid- 1950s
5120th Century (cont) Francis Crick and James Watson Described the structure of DNA – “double helix” - in 1953 and how it carries genetic information
52Dr. Christiaan BarnardSouth African doctor performed the 1st successful heart transplant in 1967Louis Washkansky lived 18 days with this heart. He died of pneumonia.Louis Washkansky was the recipient of the world's first human heart transplant.
53Dr. William DeVriesAmerican doctor who implanted the 1st artificial heart, Jarvik-7, into a patient in 1982Barney Clark, a dentist, suffered from congestive heart failure. He was unsuitable for a transplant, so had the artificial heart implanted. He survived 112 days.Dr. DeVries Barney Clark “Jarvik-7”
54CheckPoint20. ______________ performed the first successful heart transplant in Barney ClarkChristiaan BernardJonas Salk.
55CheckPoint 21. He discovered mosquitoes carried yellow fever. William DeVriesAlbert SabinWalter Reed.
56CheckPoint 22. Who accidently discovered penicillin? Sir Alexander FlemingJames WatsonFrancis Crick.
5720th Century (cont) Other “Firsts” 1st successful arm reattachment at the shoulder 19621st liver transplant in 19631st lung transplant in 19641st Hospice founded in England in 19671st “test tube” baby born in England in 1978AIDS is identified in 19811st gene therapy to treat disease in 1990
5821st Century Stem cells used in the treatment of disease - 2000s HIPAA, Privacy act of 1996, put into effect in 2003Human Genome project completed in 2003Able to identify all of approx – genes in human DNA1st Face transplant in France in 2005New vaccines in – Gardasil (cervical cancer), Zostavax (shingles)
60Future????? What will your part be in this???? Cure for AIDS, cancer, heart disease?Genetic manipulation to prevent inherited diseases?Eliminate paralysis by regenerating brain and spinal cord?Transplants of all organs, including the brain?Development of antibiotics that do not allow pathogens to become resistant?What will your part be in this????