HISTORY Mesopotamia- inscriptions of surgeries Egyptians- inscriptions of surgeries -human castrations Hippocrates- physician in Greece -Hippocratic oath: ?do no harm? -human surgeries -first to think of OR, sterileness, operating table, a lot of light -inventor of several surgical instruments Aristotle- founder of biology -conducted dissections -internal anatomical differences in species Erasistratus- first to do experiments on live animals -trachea is air tube -lungs are organs that fill up Galen- animal dissection (pig, monkeys) -tried to justify animal experiments can further science Velasius- founder modern anatomy -public dissections -anatomy and physiology William Harvey- scientist in England -?movement of heart and blood? book Wren- first to perform IV injections (with feather) Louer- France, blood transfusion from dog to dog Steven Hales- English Clergyman -device for first measurement of blood pressure Claude Bernard- founder of experimental physiology -France Louise Pastuer- founder of microbiology Jon Morton- general anesthesia -Hartford, CT -nitrous oxide as first anesthesia (50%) -ether as second, liquid and volatile (100%) James Simpson- chloroform as third anesthesia (100%) D.E. Salmon- first person to graduate as a vet -Cornell -GI, infectious diseases -discovered Salmonella Browns Seguard- physician -injected self with rooster testes -aka steroids to be younger Simon Brimhall- vetinarian -first vet hired as lab animal vet in research lab setting AVMA- American Vetinarian Medical Association AALAS- American Association Lab Animal Science -private -publish ?LabAnimal? magazine -certify individuals in Lab Animal Science
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