History of Pharmacy pictures (final)

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[SLIDE] – b&w pharmacy entrance, barrel in front; typical pharmacy in beginning of Renaissance period [SLIDE] – 3 men, telescope; Galileo tries to prove his theory [SLIDE] –man sitting behind, long table – Galileo forced to renounce statement [SLIDE] – anatomy, body split in ½, internal organs shown [SLIDE] – early chem lab, b&w, man in chair with hat – Paracelsus [SLIDE] – from Romeo & Juliet, b&w, black hat, cape; in [SLIDE] – Germ theory of disease – mircroorganisms [SLIDE] – Operation, late 19 th C; steam spray used to disinfect OR – thought would cause infections in wounds (carbolic acid, phenol) [SLIDE] – Fleming; in Catholic church stained glass [SLIDE] – Coca leaf [SLIDE] – house visit, physician, Syndenham, Quaker [SLIDE] – Lavoisier; mask, device; process of respiration Paracelsus Periorbital ecchymosis Paracelsus - alchemy in early chem lab; “chem kitchen” Paul Ehrlich – Father of Chemotherapy Ambroise Pare – father of surgery in west Ambroise Pare – father of surgery in west Vesalius – public autopsy William Harvey – unidirectional flow of blood “Little animals” – Antony Leeuwenhoek Pasteur , wife in back Jenner giving shot to child; British surgeon; smallpox vaccine Lister – lamp with phenol, concept of aseptic technique Scurvy, James Lind – citrus fruit Yellow fever THE FIRST OFFICIAL PHARMACOPOEIA originated in Florence. The Nuovo Receptario, originally in Italian, was published and became legal in 1498; result of collaboration of the Guild of Apothecaries and the Medical Society; received official advice and guidance from the powerful Dominican monk, Savonarola, (seated, foreground) - was the political leader in Florence THE SOCIETY OF APOTHECARIES OF LONDON Trade in drugs and spices In the British Isles, it was monopolized by the Guild of Grocers, which had jurisdiction over the apothecaries. King James I, flanked by two "Beefeaters" wore heavily padded attire because of fear of stabbing. Upon persuasion by Francis Bacon, King granted a charter in 1617 which formed a separate company over vigorous protests of the grocers. This was the first organization of pharmacists in the Anglo-Saxon world. LOUIS HÉBERT, APOTHECARY TO NEW FRANCE (CANADA) Parisian Apothecary Louis Hébert answered the call of the New World in 1605, when he helped de Monts and Champlain build New France's first settlement, the Habitation, at Port Royal (Nova Scotia, Canada). Hébert looked after the health of the pioneers, cultivated native drug plants, and supervised the gardens. At the waterfront, he examined specimens of drug plants offered by Micmac Indians. These included Arum, (Jack-in-the-Pulpit), Eupatorium (Boneset), Verbascum (Mullein), and Hydrastis (Golden Seal). When the Habitation was destroyed by the English in 1613, he returned to his Parisian apothecary shop.
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