Timeline of medicine and medical technology

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Timeline of the history of medicine and medical technology.
Timeline of medicine and medical technology

Aaron of Alexandria

c. 620 Aaron of Alexandria Syriac . He wrote 30 books on medicine, the "Pandects". He was the first author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of smallpox and measles translated by Māsarjawaih a Syrian Jew and Physician, into Arabic about A. D. 683
He was the first medical author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of small pox and measles.

Galen

Galenic medicineClaudius GalenusGalen of Pergamon
129–216 AD – Galen – Clinical medicine based on observation and experience. The resulting tightly integrated and comprehensive system, offering a complete medical philosophy dominated medicine throughout the Middle Ages and until the beginning of the modern era.
Timeline of medicine and medical technology

Andreas Vesalius

VesaliusVesalius, AndreasAndries van Wesel
1543 – Andreas Vesalius publishes De Fabrica Corporis Humani which corrects Greek medical errors and revolutionizes European medicine
Timeline of medicine and medical technology

Herophilos

Herophilus of ChalcedonHerophilusHerophilean
280 BC – Herophilus Dissection studies the nervous system and distinguishes between sensory nerves and motor nerves and the brain. also the anatomy of the eye and medical terminology such as (in Latin translation "net like" becomes retiform/retina.
Timeline of medicine and medical technology

Realdo Colombo

Colombo, Realdo
1559 – Realdo Colombo describes the circulation of blood through the lungs in detail
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Timeline of antibiotics

appear until 1935
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Timeline of medicine and medical technology

Health technology in the United States

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Timeline of the history of medicine and medical technology.

Stone Age

Stonestone-agestoneage
3300 BC – During the Stone Age, early doctors used very primitive forms of herbal medicine.

Herbalism

herbal medicineherbalistherbal remedies
3300 BC – During the Stone Age, early doctors used very primitive forms of herbal medicine.

Ayurveda

AyurvedicAyurvedic medicinepanchakarma
3000 BC – Ayurveda The origins of Ayurveda have been traced back to around 4,000 BCE.

Imhotep

Mummysame architect
c. 2600 BC – Imhotep the priest-physician who was later deified as the Egyptian god of medicine.

Akkadian language

AkkadianBabylonianAssyrian
1900 BC – 1600 BC Akkadian clay tablets on medicine survive primarily as copies from Ashurbanipal's library at Nineveh.

Ashurbanipal

AssurbanipalAššur-bāni-apliAsenappar
1900 BC – 1600 BC Akkadian clay tablets on medicine survive primarily as copies from Ashurbanipal's library at Nineveh.

Nineveh

(Ninevah)BaladKuyunjik
1900 BC – 1600 BC Akkadian clay tablets on medicine survive primarily as copies from Ashurbanipal's library at Nineveh.

Code of Hammurabi

codeCode of King HammurabiCodex Hammurabi
1800 BC – Code of Hammurabi sets out fees for surgeons and punishments for malpractice

Hearst papyrus

Papyrus HearstThe Hearst Medical Papyrus
1600 BC – Hearst papyrus, coprotherapy and magic

Ebers Papyrus

Papyrus EbersEbers medical papyrusEbers papyri
1551 BC – Ebers Papyrus, coprotherapy and magic

Saffron

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1500 BC – Saffron used as a medicine on the Aegean island of Thera in ancient Greece

Edwin Smith Papyrus

Edwin SmithEdwin Smith Medical PapyrusEdwin Smith papyrus of 1552 BC
1500 BC – Edwin Smith Papyrus, an Egyptian medical text and the oldest known surgical treatise (no true surgery) no magic

Brugsch Papyrus

Berlin PapyrusBerl Pap. 3038
1300 BC – Brugsch Papyrus and London Medical Papyrus

Asclepius

AesculapiusAsklepiosÆsculapius
1250 BC – Asklepios