The Pneumonic Plague In Medieval Europe

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The plague is usually treated by strong and effective antibiotics, intravenous fluids, oxygen, and sometimes breathing support. People who come into contact with patients with the Pneumonic Plague are usually given a short course of weak antibiotics as a safety measure. SOMETIME OLD WAYS ARE NOT THE BEST WAYS!
People in medieval Europe did some crazy things while trying to cure the black death. Some examples of this include:
1.open your vains and let a pint of blood pour out
2. cut a hole in you skull to let the evil spirits out
3. swallow crushed emeralds
4. sit in the sewer, the bad smell will leave no room for the black death
5. wash yourself in rosewater and vinegar
6. kill all the cats and dogs
7. run away to another town
8. hold sweet

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