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14 Cards in this Set

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Different Ages of Health Care
Iron Age
Bronze Age
believed in massages instead of blood (fevers, worms, skin lesions, convulsions
Magic as medicine
plasture, leaves, resign
Found soap, to prevent disease in open wounds
Hippocrates (hippocratic oath) is the father of medicine
didn't believe in evil spirits
Shamn: doctors who work with modern doctors to transition
Foudn this out by mediavlal tablets, vases, archetects
Gods were in charge of diseases
Soldiers treated first because of military
God for every injury, illness, and pyscho state
supernatural cause of diease
surgeries were C-sections, tracheomtry, amputations
quality care given to the rich first
Punishments of failure: if rich patient dies, the dr has to cut off hand, if slave dies, just a slap on the wrist and had to pay for new slaves.
Far East: Asia
Taoism: state of balance, Ying-Yang
assessment of acupuncture
disease either hot or cold
women are inferior
practiced in temples
Islamic Culture
sanitary laws
religion and medicine overlap eachother
Early Christian Times
desire of God's affect of illness
shunned sacrafice, infanticde, abortion, slavery
wealthy women offered their home for hospital
spread disease
nurse: care for someone who cannot car for self
military nursing nights
dark ages: plauges
Middle Ages
diagnosis and treatment
hospitals run by religious organizations
schools of medicne
home remedies
Beginning of heath insurance
Close of Middle Ages
sisters of Chastity
establishment of orphanages
revolutionary war
Ben Franklin hopital in Pennslyvania
Florence Nightngale
male nurses disappeared
16th Century
hospitals attempted to set sstandards, poor working contions, black nurses treated poorly
Victorian Era
competition between schools nurses used symbols
Florence Nightingale
founder of modern nursing
ran private nursing home
educated women
advocated educational programs
Nightingale Training school for Nurses 1860
Mary Elizabeth Mahoney
first black nurse who tried to protect black patients who were treated unfairly