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first to keep accurate health records egyptians
medication is administered by IV,injections or pills
developed the smallpox vaccination Edward Jenner
plague that killed 1/3 of Europe also called black death Bubonic plague
invented the stethoscope rene laennec
father of medicine hippocrates
symbol of medicine cadeus
oath of conduct historically taken by physicians Hippocratic oath
test to diagnose cervical cancer pap test
made the oral polio vaccine alfred sabin

the history of health care Crossword

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Known for his contribution to medical ethics called the “Hippocratic Oath” Hippocrates
Performed the first heart transplant Christiaan Barnard
Fallopian tubes were named after him Gabriel Falloppio
French physician and one of the founders of psychiatry Philippe Pinel
An Italian anatomist, and the Eustachian tube was named after him Bartolomeo Eustachio
“ The father of microbiology”, considered to be the first microbiologist Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Founder of New York infirmary for women and children, also considered the first woman doctors of medicine in modern times Elizabeth Blackwell
Created the Koch’s Postulate, and winner of Nobel prize Robert Koch
She is the inventor of the Apgar score Virginia Apgar
The Egyptian that describes the diagnosis and treatment for 200 diseases Imhotep
He found the medication to sire Polio disease Jonas Salk
He was the first person to produce x-rays Wilhelm Röntgen
The birthplace of Hippocrates Greece
Where Imhotep describes the diagnoses and treatment of 200 diseases Egypt
He distinguished veins from arteries Alcmaeon
The surgical removal of some of a patients blood for therapeutic purposes Bloodletting
Federal law that regulates the education and testing of nursing assistants. Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
An infectious disease that affects many people over a wide geographic area; a worldwide epidemic. Pandemic
In June 2000, President Bill Clinton, flanked by Dr. Francis Collins, then director of the National Human Genome Research Institute Human Gnome Sequencing
The World Health Organization declares this disease eradicated on May 8, 1980. Smallpox

The History of Medicine Crossword Puzzle

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Who were the first to keep accurate health records? Early Egyptians
Who was the founder of psychoanalysis? Sigmund Frued
What is the name of the medical symbol? Caduceus
Who was believed to be the Sun God? Apollo
Who developed the smallpox vaccination? Edward Jenner
What project was completed in 2003? Human Genome
Harald Hausen discovered that human papilloma virus lead to what type of cancer? Cervical
What group had the worlds first nurses? Hindus
Hippocrates discovered that the course of disease could be traced by listening to which part of the body? Chest
What did Early Egyptians write prescriptions on? Papyrus
During the dark ages and middle ages, Priests performed what to cure the sick? exorcisms

Public Health History Crossword

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Works to make Safer workplaces
Creates safety for Motor vehicle
Diseases inspired _____ in people fear
Causes leprosy Mycobacterium leprae
Plague is called Black Death
Epidemic in Philadelphia Yellow Fever
Most common killer in Europe Smallpox
Smallpox Vaccine made by Edward Jenner
Opposition to Vaccination Cow Mania
Jenner of America Benjamin Waterhouse
was first mass-produced in 1944 Penicillin
Discovered the bacterial causes of TB, anthrax, and cholera Robert Koch
A world pandemic HIV
Associated with Tampon use Toxic Shock Syndrome
Margaret Sanger focused on Family Planning
First U.S. physician to do research in industrial medicine Alice Hamilton
First individual to describe an environmental cause of cancer Sir Percival Pott
First report on sanitation and public health problems was in Massachusetts

History and Trends in Healthcare Crossword

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Founder of the American Red Cross in 1881 ClaraBarton
isolated radium in 1910 mariecurie
discoveredxraysin 1895 wilhelmroentgen
invented bifocals for glasses franklin
invented the microscope in 1666 vanleeuwenhoek
invented the microscope in 1816 ReneLaennec
First Female Physician in the US ELizabethBlackwell
Developed Vaccine for smallpox in 1796 edwardjenner
established professional education for nurses Nightingale
discovered Penicillin in 1928 fleming
created a vaccine for rabies pasteur
developed the polio vaccine in 1952 salk
THE "Father of Medicine" Hippocrates

Vaccines Word Search

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The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks Word Search

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NIH
scientific discovery
radiation
research
profit
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poverty
polio vaccine
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Henrietta Lacks
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George Gey
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privacy
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HeLa

Historical Figure Multi-genera Research Project- Edward Jenner Crossword

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Jenner first tested his vaccine successfully on a____ . Child
The translation of the Latin word vacca. cow
What disease did Jenner believe had a correlation with smallpox. cowpox
The time period the vaccine was made was the late___ century. eighteeneth
Jenner is sometimes referred to as the founder of___. IMMUNOLOGY
Another word for treating with a vaccine. INOCULATED
Jenner got the idea for creating the vaccine for small pox while observing____. milkmaids
Major accomplishment that influenced field of microbiology; discovered first_____. vaccine
Amount of time waited before re-injecting the test subject with part two of the vaccine was several ___. weeks
Jenner was an English scientist and a ______. physician

Vaccination Crossword

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A substance injected to stimulate the production of antibodies. Vaccine
Surname of the father of Immunology. Jenner
Another word for vaccination. Inoculation
The skin is an example of this 'line' of defence. first
A type of white blood cell, second line of defence phagocyte
These are produced in the third line of defence. antibodies
A disease causing microorganism. Pathogen
These produce an immune response upon re-infection by the same microbe. memorycells
The name of the cow that gave the milkmaid cowpox. Blossom
Infectious disease caused by a virus that can cause paralysis. Polio
MMR is a vaccine against rubella, mumps, and what? Measles
Bacterial infection of the nervous system, enters through cuts and scratches. Tetanus
Secondary, typically undesirable effects of a drug or medical treatment. sideeffects
A disease that can be passed from one person to another. Communicable
Prokaryotic cell type that can cause disease. Bacteria
Infectious agent that can multiply in living cells. Virus

Vaccines Crossword

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Contains dead or inactive microorganisms. vaccine
The type of blood cell which fights infection. white
First disease prevented by a vaccine. smallpox
Doctor who developed first vaccine. Jenner
When the body is resistant to a disease. immune
Chemical made by blood cells to attack pathogens. antibody
Disease which affects cows and milk maids. cowpox
Organism which causes smallpox virus
An illness which makes us unwell. disease
Large outbreak of a disease in a country. epidemic

Veterinary Medicine Word Search

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autoclave
canine
cat treats
dental
dog treats
feline
iv catheter
medications
microscope
physical exam
pulse
radiographs
respiration
surgery
temperature
thermometer
ultrasound
vaccines
veterinarian
veterinary technician