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Selected Medicine Resources
Great Medical Discoveries by Rebecca Tomano
Call Number: 610.9 Gre
Publication Date: 2004
Presents twenty-four essays on historic medical discoveries and their social impact
Kill or Cure by Steve Parker; Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff
Call Number: 610.9 Par
Publication Date: 2013
A guide to the history of medical treatment and technology.
Medicine Becomes a Science, 1840-1999 by Kate Kelly
Call Number: 610.9 Kel
Publication Date: 2010
Traces medical history from the mid-nineteenth century to the end of the twentieth, discussing advancements in pasteurization, immunizations, diagnosis, medications, surgeries, prosthetics, and more; and also examines women's roles in medicine; and related topics.
The Endell Street Military Hospital in Covent Garden was opened in May 1915 by militant suffragists Dr Flora Murray and Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson. It was the first unit to be entirely run and staffed by women, and the majority of patients were men.
We studied nonpharmaceutical interventions used to
mitigate the second, and most deadly, wave of the
1918–1920 influenza pandemic in the United States. We
conclude that several small communities implemented
potentially successful attempts at preventing the introduction of influenza.