Disease & Infection

Amie Humphrey
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Amie Humphrey
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GCSE History Mind Map on Disease & Infection, created by Amie Humphrey on 02/26/2015.

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Disease & Infection
1 Prehistoric
1.1 Home remidies
1.1.1 Healing Herbs
1.2 Medicine Man
1.3 Rest
1.4 Family; Women Healers
1.5 Hardened mud wrapped in leaves as a cast for broken bones
1.6 Spiritual Charms
1.7 Praying to the Gods
1.8 Drinking and washing in the same water as animals
1.9 Natural Cures
1.9.1 Healing Herbs
1.9.2 Crushed tea tree leaves in boiled water
1.9.2.1 As a drink
1.9.2.2 OR
1.9.2.3 As a bath
1.10 Super-Natural Cures
1.10.1 Prayed to the Gods
1.10.2 Illness caused by enemy releasing evil spirts that enter the body with a pointing bone and chanting a curse
1.10.3 Pointing bone can also cause illness by taking the victims spirit
1.10.4 Medicine Man
2 Ancient Egypt
2.1 First written record
2.2 Clean; Hygiene
2.3 They used bandages
2.4 Believe in the Gods
2.5 Herbal Remidies
2.6 Wealth form trading
2.7 River Nile
2.8 Use of bronze tools
2.9 Specialised Doctors
2.10 CHANEL THEORY
3 Ancient Greek
3.1 Hippocrates
3.1.1 Hippocratic Oath, Hippocratic Books, Observing & Recording, Natural Treatments
3.1.2 4 Humours
3.1.3 Bleeding
3.2 Asclepius
3.2.1 Greek God
3.2.1.1 God of Healing
3.2.2 Asclepion Temple
3.2.2.1 People felt better after visiting the temple
3.2.2.2 Healing Temple
3.2.2.3 Baths, Gyms, Entertainment; Rest
4 Ancient Rome
4.1 Change from Greek Times
4.1.1 Asking for the help of the Gods AS a first resort
4.1.2 Doctors employed to give FREE treatment to the poor
4.1.3 Romans did not develop theories
4.1.4 Woman Healers
4.2 Minor Change from the Greeks
4.2.1 Opposites Theory (Off the 4 Humours)
4.2.2 Students became apprentices to doctors
4.3 Continuing from Greek Times
4.3.1 People built Asclepion temples
4.3.2 Bleeding
4.3.3 Learned by reading the Hippocratic Collection
4.4 Galen
4.4.1 Copied all of Hippocrates ideas
4.4.2 Told people to read Hippocrates Books
4.4.3 Believed in the 4 Humours
4.4.4 Opposites Theory
5 Middle Ages
5.1 Natural; Cause
5.1.1 Privy Toilet next to chamber
5.1.2 Things that corrupt the air
5.1.2.1 From rotting flesh
5.1.2.2 OR
5.1.2.3 Standing Water
5.1.3 Believed Jews were poisoning the water
5.2 Super-Natural; Cause
5.2.1 God driving out peoples souls with suffering; increasing pride and sins
5.2.2 Body contains evil humours
5.2.3 The alignment of the planets
5.3 Natural; Treatment
5.3.1 Taking Pulse
5.3.2 Urine Sample
5.3.3 Cold/Rainy - Light a Fire
5.3.4 Fog/Windy - Inhale Perfumes
5.3.5 If its hot eat cold foods
5.3.6 Clean up towns and cities
5.3.7 Burn Jews
5.4 Super-Natural; Treatment
5.4.1 Walk through towns whipping themselves
5.4.1.1 To prove they are sorry for their sins
5.4.2 Going to Church
5.5 Black Death
5.5.1 1348
5.5.2 Two Diseases
5.5.2.1 Pestilence
5.5.2.2 Bubonic
5.5.3 Spread by rats
5.5.4 40% of people died
5.5.5 Buboes were swellings in the armpits and the groin
5.6 Hospitals & Cures
5.6.1 Local Wise Women & Surgens
5.6.2 Physicians for the Rich
5.7 Home Remidies
5.7.1 Women; learnt off by heart
5.7.2 Only started writing them down in the 10th centery
5.7.3 Onion and Garlic Kill Bacteria
5.7.4 Honey and Lemon Heal Skin
5.8 Physicions
5.8.1 Urine Chart
5.8.2 Compared Urine Samples
5.8.3 They decide when to act on illness with astrology
6 Renaissance
6.1 Black Death made people question Tequneques
6.2 Wealth and Education fuelled interest
6.3 People enquired
6.4 Some Christians still followed Middle Ages views
6.5 Lady Grace Mildmay
6.5.1 She kept records of the people she treated
6.5.2 Started learning as a child
6.6 Parcelsus
6.6.1 Challenged Galen's Theory
6.6.2 Town Doctor
6.6.3 Professor in Medicine
6.6.4 Said Hippocrates and Galen were wrong
6.6.5 Chemicals in the body cause illness
6.6.6 Religious; God sent messages to help you
6.7 Wise women make herbal remedies
7 Industrial Revolution
7.1 Edward Jenner
7.1.1 Vaccination
7.1.2 Small Pox
7.1.3 Cow Pox
7.1.4 1789
7.1.4.1 Discovered
7.1.5 1798
7.1.5.1 Published Book
7.1.6 1852
7.1.6.1 Made Compulsary
7.2 Inoculations
7.3 Microscope - 1000 times magnified
7.4 Louis Pasteur
7.4.1 Bad Air OLD NEWS
7.4.2 Germ Theory
7.4.2.1 1864
7.4.2.1.1 Theory Proved
7.5 Spontaneous Generation
7.5.1 Micro-Organismes
7.5.2 Produced off food decay
7.6 Koch
7.6.1 1873 - 1880
7.6.1.1 Grew bacteria on potatos
7.6.1.2 Easier to study than liquids
8 Modern
8.1 Joseph Lister
8.1.1 1872
8.1.2 Mould bacteria; Penicillin
8.1.3 Killed other bacteria
8.2 Alexander Fleming
8.2.1 1928
8.2.1.1 Left a Petri dish out when he went on holiday
8.2.1.2 Bacteria around a mould gone/killed
8.2.1.3 Made a list of what the mould killed
8.2.2 1929
8.2.2.1 Medical Journal about Penicillin
8.2.2.2 Had no Proof
8.3 Flory & Chain
8.3.1 1938
8.3.1.1 Worked out how much Penicillin needed to heal a person
8.3.1.2 Tested; Proved
8.3.2 1941
8.3.2.1 Could not produce mass Penicillin in Britain
8.3.2.2 Went to America
8.3.2.3 Pearl Harbour
8.3.2.4 Realised Potential
8.3.2.5 Mass Produced
8.3.2.5.1 1944
8.3.2.5.1.1 Used on D-Day
8.4 DNA Discovered
8.5 New Tech
8.5.1 X-Rays
8.5.1.1 1914
8.5.2 Microscopes
8.6 Savarsan 606
8.6.1 Cured Syphilis
8.6.2 1905
8.6.2.1 Descovered
8.6.3 Ehrlicks team
8.7 Prontosil
8.7.1 1932
8.7.1.1 Cured Blood Poisening
8.7.1.2 Gerharelt Domagk
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