History of Pharmacy (midterm index)

History of Pharmacy - Abortion Abu Imran Musa Ibn Maimon Acacia Acupuncture Adulteration AIHP Al jabr Al-Razi(Rhazes Alborello Alcmaeon of Sicily

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Abortion 17 Abu Imran Musa Ibn Maimon 24 Acacia 13 Acupuncture 9 Adulteration 23 AIHP 1 Al jabr 21 Al-Razi (Rhazes) 23 Alborello 21 Alcmaeon of Sicily 18 Alexander the Great 16 Allopathic 6 Allopathy 17 Alum 13 Alzheimer’s 4 Amulet 3 Anthrax 26 Anthropogenic Mummification 3 Antidote 19 Antioxidant 10 Apotheca and Iatrion 18 Aristotle 14 Arthritis 12 Asclepiads of Bithynia 18 Asklepius 15 Atherosclerosis 12 Atherosclerosis 4 Atilla the Hun 20 Atoms 16 Aulus Cornelius Celsus 19 Ayurveda 8,9 Bazaars/marketplaces 21 Beneficence/Non Maleficence 17 Bibliographical references 1 Bile 16 “Black Death” 26 Bladders 21 Blood letting 18 Bowl of Hygeia 15 BPH – Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia 9 Bubonic 26 Bubos 26 Bubonic Plague 21,26 Buddhism and Hinduism 8 Caduceus 15 calor, rubor, dolor, and tumor 21 Cammiphura mukul 10 Cancer 3,4 Canon Medicnae 23 Castor Oil 13 Cathartics 6 CCCAM 13 Celsus and “Paracelsus 20 Cerate (cold cream) 19 Cerebral hemorrhage 3 Chalmoogra Oil 10 Charaka 10 Chiron Flu Vaccine 15 Chiron the Centaur 15 Chiropracty 17 Chloroquine 5 Chronic diseases pre-literate 4 Church Council of Rhiems 24 Cinnamon 10 Cirrhosis of the liver 3 Classical Greeks 14 Clay tablets 6 Clostridium tetani 12 Coating 3 Coronary artery disease 4 Cream 6 Crohn’s disease 12 Crusades 22 Cuneiform 6 Curcumin 13 Current treatment of leprosy 27 Dark Ages 20 De artibus 20 De materia medica 20 De medicina 20 Debridement 12 Decorative ceramic containers 21 Desiccation 3 Diocletian’s 20 Dong Quai 9 DPT 12 Dronabinol 10 Drug containers 21 DSHEA –Act of 1994 9,11 Dycrasias 16 ECGC – epi-gallo-catechin gallate 8 Echinacea (purple cone flower) 9 Echinacea 11 Edict of Frederick II at Palermo Sicily 22 Edwin Smith Papyrus
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course 725 424 taught by Professor Colaizzi during the Fall '05 term at Rutgers.

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History of Pharmacy - Abortion Abu Imran Musa Ibn Maimon Acacia Acupuncture Adulteration AIHP Al jabr Al-Razi(Rhazes Alborello Alcmaeon of Sicily

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