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Which country was Koch from; why did that mean he was a rival of Pasteur’s? GERMANY!!! And Germany was at war with France (Pasteur was French)
Which vaccinations did he discover? Cholera Tuberculosis (TB)
How did industrial dyes help him in his work? He stained the germs he was studying so he could follow them easily
Name two ways in which technology helped him. Used industrial dyes Fixed a lens to a microscope and photographed the slides
What was the magic bullet? An antibody that could kill a specific germ without harming the body
What was the artificial magic bullet he discovered, and what disease was it for? SALVARSON 606 SYPHILIS
Give an example of how bad nursing was in No understanding of the importance of hygiene Nurses were often drunk
Which war did Florence Nightingale got to help British soldiers in? CRIMEAN WAR 1854
Name three specific things she did to help improve conditions there. Improved hygiene (boiled sheets and towels) Made sure patients were well fed Improved sanitation and water supply
What evidence is there that her ideas worked? Death rate fell from 42% to 2%
What two things did she do in 1860 to improve the quality of nursing? Published her ‘Notes on Nursing’ Set up the Nightingale School of Nursing (by ,000 trained nurses)
What did Seacole do to help soldiers in the same war? Looked after troops on the battlefield Bought her own supplies to treat them with
What did the soldiers call her? MOTHER SEACOLE
Why was she treated so differently to Nightingale? Because she was black
Ancient Greece. IndividualsReligion Short-term impact First purely practical theory of illness – no gods needed Long-term impact Used by Galen to develop.
1) What did people believe about disease and germs before Pasteur? A specific phrase is needed, and you need to explain it.  “SPONTANEOUS GENERATION”
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Brief Response “... the power of population is [far] greater than the power in the Earth to produce subsistence for man.” –Thomas Malthus What conclusion.
A cartoon from the 1880s. What does the cartoon show? Look at the version on p.125, too for details How useful is it in understanding how scientists.
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The World of Cities. What was the impact of medical advances in the late 1800s? ► Germ Theory – most microbes cause infectious disease Louis Pasteur.
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Put these events in the correct order Pasteur is asked to help out the French chicken industry. All their chickens are dying of chicken cholera. Pasteur.
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Clinical Audit Tiebreakers. In what year did Sir Michael Rawlins (Chairman of NICE) state ‘The time has come for everyone in the NHS to take clinical.
The World of Cities 9-2 p Medicine and Population : Europe population doubled because the death rate fell Farming, food storage,
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Magic Bullets Prevention is better than Cure Unless you have got the Disease!
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