7C The Real French Revolution

7C The Real French Revolution - o That patients will not...

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7: French Revolution Augmenting/ enhancing the senses Envisioning the body: describe the internal symptoms of his patients Inventor of the Stethoscope so he could get a better idea of what was going on inside people’s lungs o Stethoscope to diagnose Correlate post-mortem with symptoms
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7: French Revolution o Development of the taxonomy of madness o Philip Pinel °
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7: French Revolution ° ° progenitor of the epidemiology of today’s disease does bloodletting work? o Random controlled trial o Statistics had not been developed o Established control group and experimental group Deprived medical practitioners statistics undeveloped therapeutic nihilism °
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7: French Revolution ° understanding that was inherently materialistic symptoms before and after death o anatomy because the gold std of medical training o professional structure (physicians, surgeons & c.) transformation : old foolk medicine persists for a very long time Medicine develops a whole new way of talking and thinking about disease
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Unformatted text preview: o That patients will not necessarily understand o b/w doctor-patient, relationships will cause a lot of trouble 100 years down the track, when both roles remain rigid & throughout 18 th century, the hospital becomes only for treating sick people place in which training is centered majority of hospitals a centre of education o principle site of cure o moved away from the domestic sphere & & Aetiology: & understanding of the way disease is caused Germ Theory not developed Cancer Thinking still sees disease as being an imbalance Critically important in understanding vast majority of diseases & 7: French Revolution & Against Louis’ judgment, many physicians persisted in their methods, because they were & Therapy medically intransient & Elements of preventative medicine Vaccination is beginning to work big time in the 19 th cent. &...
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