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Maddy Da Mario Bro

on 15 February 2013

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Transcript of Penicillin

Penicillin By: Miss Shea Hansen
Miss Maddy Damario More History Negatives Fields Quote Positive Impacts Innovations Field of Technology Original Usage VS Usage Today Inventor Purpose History Of Penicillin The purpose of our artifact is to kill infection
causing bacteria and to prevent bacterial infection The Inventor of this drug is Sir Alexander
Fleming. He discovered it in 1928 and
started testing it and released his
findings to the public in 1929 The first does of penicillin was given to a patient dying because of a high fever of 106 degrees Fahrenheit. the penicillin worked and the patient died at age 90 of natural causes. Uses today are about the same but we have more knowledge of it now then we ever did. This drug has not undergone very many changes, but we gain new knowledge about it each day Medical The positive impacts are that it saves lives by reducing fevers and fighting infections The negative side effects are
- Joint pains
-Vomiting All engineering and fields of technology play a big role " If I may offer advice to a young laboratory worker, it would be this: never neglect an extraordinary appearence or happening."
-Alexander Fleming Sources http://inventors.about.com/od/pstartinventions/a/Penicillin.htm
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