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SCIF1111 Summary of People

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Summaries of people who made contributions to medical science and technology for exam.

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Medicine Health Vitamin C Fellows of the Royal Society Vaccines Ignaz Semmelweis Obstetricians Willem Johan Kolff William Withering James Lind Scurvy Louis Pasteur
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Medicine Health Vitamin C Fellows of the Royal Society Vaccines Ignaz Semmelweis Obstetricians Willem Johan Kolff William Withering James Lind Scurvy Louis Pasteur
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WILLIAM WITHERING Unlike many medicinal plants that bear a long history of uses, foxglove was not an important medicine until the late 18th century. William Withering, physician and botanist, studied Medicine at the University of Edinburgh where he went on further to co-found the Birmingham General Hospital and thus studied the effects of foxglove on patients. He initially became known to foxglove when a patient was dying from a disease called dropsy, in which liquids accumulate in the body and cause swelling of tissues and body cavities. He expected her to die shortly however she later recovered after taking an old cure of a garden plant called foxglove. For ten years, Withering conduct...
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