The Egyptians medical care was the best, and they even influenced the Greeks with their medicine making and surgery. One aspect of their medicine was their hygiene. They used pomegranate juice to clean the body and to make the pores smaller. The Ancient Egyptians also had many treatments for various problems, such as for headaches, constipation, and even for hair loss, as we do today. Their medicinal treatment was very advanced, that even rulers of other empires would tell the pharaoh to send his best physician to treat people he loved.
Greek medicine was an invention that greatly impacted many societies and helped achieve many medical advancements. Hippocrates was born into an advanced society, known as Athens to many. Athens was a society in which they had many advancements, specifically in technology. Athens created things like the alarm clock, the olympics, and probably the biggest thing, democracy. These inventions show how big of an impact Greece has had on our society, since we still use them today!
The clock that they first invented was built upon, the calendar they created is used today, and their building techniques are still studied and applied. Its main characteristics were their strong religion, their architecture, a thriving economy, its modern educational structure, and its technology. These characteristics made Ancient Egypt part of the greatest ancient civilization of all time. The Ancient Egyptians were a magnificent race of
Harvey had a huge impact on health and medicine because his discoveries helped in future life, and without him blood transfusions wouldn 't be possible today. He saved no lives but he showed other people how to save lives. Another important change in health and medicine was in the understanding of surgery. Ambroise Pare was a surgeon who followed Vesalius’s findings for example books and notes. Pare became a more significant member of the community when he was recruited to assist amputations on the fields of the war in the army.
Religion was one of the most important and influential aspect of the ancient Egyptians’ lives. Religious impact affected almost everything in Ancient Egypt from the most important to very minor thing. Ancient Egyptian literature, philosophy, art and also governance had religious sense. Egyptian religion developed from simple polytheism to philosophic monotheism. Ancient Egyptian religion also has a great influence on government, medicine, art, and by means of these factors influenced Egyptians as well.
During his life time, Hippocrates would make technical advances with in the medical world that he would later on be known as the Father of Medicine. During his lifetime, by using techniques of observation and reasoning to combated diseases and various health issues, he became the most famous Greek doctors to this day. He was the first medical practitioner to consider and investigate natural methods of ailment, as he believed that the disease had a naturalistic element and rational explanation rather than being the result of supernatural or divine intervention and that it was necessary to exercise and to eat a diet that changes with the seasons to stay healthy. As quotes from one of his most famous documents “consider the seasons of the year, and what effects each of them produces for they are not at all alike, but differ much from themselves in regard to their changes. Then the winds, the hot and the cold, especially such as are common to all countries, and then such as are peculiar to each locality.
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Avicenna was a significant figure during the Early Islamic period specifically due to his book The Canon of Medicine, which contributed to the development of medicine as well as affected the lives of those in the early Islamic civilization and today. Avicenna’s The Canon of Medicine is by far one of his the most influential works. The Canon of Medicine is an encyclopedia of five volumes revolving around the topic of medicine, which was completed in 1025. The Canon consisted of all medical knowledge up until that time. However, he also combined his own medical observation that had never been documented before.
In Breakthrough! by Jim Murphy, Dr. Levi Watkins, a former student of Thomas’ said, “[Vivien Thomas] is the most un-talked about, unappreciated, unknown giant in the African American community. What he helped facilitate impacted people all over the world.” These two sentences describe Vivien Thomas perfectly. He was a self-made man, who yearned to learn more about medicine, and he didn’t let poverty stop him. He turned his temporary job into a legacy for many more African Americans to follow.
For thousands of years people and communities from all over the world have Developed and formed civilizations. Civilization is the stage of human social development and organization that is considered most advanced. During the development of old and ancient civilization people of great minds helped to form the technology we have today using science and advanced engineering. And what is more important than the technology we have today other than the computer. Many people have contributed in the computer field from different societies and civilizations such as Al-Khwarizmi, Vint Cerf, Grace Murray Hopper, and Robert Noyce.