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Lesson 6 GOLDEN AGE OF CLINICAL MEDICINE IN RUSSIA
Questions for discussion:
1. The formation of clinical medicine. Clinical Approval The activities of G. Burhaave (1668 - 1738). The introduction of physical examination methods. Formation of domestic deontology. Domestic therapists: M.Ya. Mudrov, S.P. Botkin, G.A. Zakharyin.
2. The formation of surgery on a scientific basis. The doctrine of blood transfusion. The discovery of K. Landsteiner. The discovery and implementation of pain relief. Aseptic and antiseptic. Create topographic anatomy.
3. Anatomical and surgical schools in Russia. P.A. Zagorsky, I.V. Buyalsky, E.O. Mukhin, I.F. Bush. N.I. Pirogov: the creation of domestic topographic anatomy, field surgery, the introduction of new operational methods. The works of Russian physiologists in the field of anesthesia. Activities N.V. Sklifosovsky, A.V. Vishnevsky. Abdominal surgery.
Sources for analysis and note taking:
1. Mudrov M.Ya. A word about the way to learn and study practical medicine at the patient’s bed (see
Appendix No. 9).
2. Sklifosovsky N.V. We are talking about the success of surgery under the influence of the antiseptic method (see Appendix No. 13).
Topics for posts:
1. S. P. Botkin as a public figure.
2. The personality of G. A. Zakharyin.
3. Pedagogical and social activities of N. I. Pirogov.
4. The personality of EO Mukhin.
1. Sorokina T.S. The history of medicine. - M., 1994 .-- Ch. 7. S.261 - 277, 292 - 311.
1. Brezhnev A.P. Pirogov - M., 1990.
2. Brado IS The history of antiseptics and aseptics in Russia and the USSR. - M., 1956.
3. Zhorov I.S. The development of surgical anesthesia in Russia and the USSR - M., 1951.
4. Kolesov V.N. Pages from the history of domestic surgery. - M., 1953.
5. Kovanov VV Surgery without miracles - M., 1986.
6. Kovanov V.V. Sklifosovsky V. - M., 1952.
The most important dates on this topic are 38 - 53.
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Lesson 6 GOLDEN AGE OF CLINICAL MEDICINE IN RUSSIA
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