Transcript: Mr H. DOB: 19/09/75 (40 years old) Sex: Male Ethnicity: Asian Follow up appointment with the urologist Persistent ache radiating from the lower back towards the groin Severe pain ("7/10") leading to nausea "Hurts to urinate" Type II Diabetes Mellitus Overweight Hypertension History of kidney stones History of Type II Diabetes Mellitus Simvastatin (40mg, once daily) Aspirin (75mg, once daily) [Anti-hypertensive] Married with children Does not drink or smoke No usage of recreational drugs Cardiovascular - risk of CVD Respiratory - none Gastrointestinal - none Central Nervous System - none Musculoskeletal - hip pain (past 2 weeks) Genitourinary - none Dermatology - none Urinary tract infection Kidney stone Urine sample CT scan (preferably ultrasound) 2 kidney stones (calcium) were observed Treatment options Stone now passed, follow up in 3 months (CT scan) Lifestyle changes advised Any questions? Diagnosis Drug History Initial Presenting Complaint Special Investigations Patient History Social History The Patient By Aly Khan Tejani, 2.2 Differential Diagnosis Systems Health Review Patient History: Case Presentation Medical History Definitive Diagnosis Family History
Transcript: HISTORY TIMELINE 1914-1933 1914-1933 Agustin Ingrassia Begin the WWI War reaches stalemate Zeppelins The battle of Marne The battle of Ypres The race to the sea Crushing victory for Germany Japan declared war on Germany Germany declared war on France Germany declared war on Russia Murder in Sarajevo The division of the two alliances 1914 mood in 1914 Mood in 1914 The stalemate continues Italy entered the war Second Battle of Ypres Zeppelin bombing Galipoli mixed fortunes against the Austrians 1915 Verdun And Somme Success and failure for Brusilov Romania enter the war Battle of Jutland 1916 New war commander Reinforcements sent to Italy German U-boat campaign USA declares war on Germany Treaty of Brest-Litovsk 1917 Battle of Amiens Allies recover France and Belgium Kaiser abdicated 1918 Paris peace conference Treaty of Versailles signed 1919 First meeting of the League of Nations held in London. Official end of World War I. The Paris Peace Conference ends. Conference of Sanremo, Italy, about League of Nations mandates in former Ottoman territories of the Middle East Treaty of Sèvres between the Allies and the Ottoman Empire. The treaty is not recognized by the Turkish national movement, which considers the Istanbul government illegitimate The League of Nations holds its first general assembly. 1920 United States signs separate peace treaties with Germany, Austria, and Hungary. 1921 the first German officers travel to the Soviet Union for the purposes of military cooperation between Germany and the Soviet Union. Germany and the Soviet Union sign the Treaty of Rapallo The Russian Civil War (ongoing since 7 November 1917) ends in Bolshevik victory with the defeat of the last White forces in Siberia. 1922 France and Belgium occupy the Ruhr in an effort to compel Germany to step up its payments of war reparations. The great inflation of 1923, the value of the German mark is destroyed. The Treaty of Lausanne, settling the boundaries of modern Turkey, is signed in Switzerland by Turkey and the Entente powers. It marks the end of the Turkish War of Independence and replaces the earlier Treaty of Sèvres. the Corfu incident: Italy bombards and occupies the Greek island of Corfu seeking to pressure Greece to pay reparations for the murder of an Italian general in Greece The Corfu incident ends; Italian troops withdraw after the Conference of Ambassadors rules in favor of Italian demands of reparations from Greece. 1923 Leader of the Soviet Union Vladimir Lenin dies The United Kingdom extends diplomatic recognition to the Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler is sentenced to 5 years in jail for his participation in the Beer Hall Putsch (he serves only 8 months). France begins withdrawing its troops from the Ruhr in Germany. 1924 Retired Field Marshall Paul Von Hindenburg is elected President of Germany Hitler's autobiographical manifesto Mein Kampf is published. The Locarno Treaties are signed in London (they are ratified 14 September 1926). The treaties settle the borders of western Europe and normalize relations between Germany and the Allied powers of western Europe. 1925 Theodoros Pangalos declares himself dictator of Greece. British and Belgian troops leave Cologne, Germany. Greek dictator Theodoros Pangalos is elected president. The Treaty of Berlin is signed by Germany and the Soviet Union, which declares neutrality if either country is attacked within the next five years. Germany joins the League of Nations. 1926
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Transcript: AD 800 753 BC AD 1350 400 AD - 800 AD The fall of the Roman Empire caused the Dark Ages to begin The emphasis during this time was religion scientific research and medicine was prohibited Treatment: Monks used herbs and ointments and Priests used prayer as a form of medication Called Dark Ages because we don't know much about this time Middle Ages 753 BC- 410 AD The Ancient Romans established hospitals to treat their soldiers The ancient Romans established the first public health and sanitation systems by building sewers and aqueducts Monks and priests treated patients with prayer AD 1650 Bloodletting was a common practice that actually fostered illness and caused more harm than help Leonardo Da Vinci AD 400 Roman Aqueducts Renaissance Medical History Presentation Dark Ages Ancient Roman Hospital These are monks. They would use prayer to help heal those with ailments Ancient Roman Times 1350 AD - 1650 AD Dissection of the body led to understanding of anatomy and physiology The printing press allowed for medical knowledge to be shared easier AD 800- AD 1400 In this period, there was and increased interest in medical practices amongst the Greeks and Romans The bubonic plague or black death killed 75% of the population in Europe and Asia It was a bacterial infection that was transmitted by fleas and rats Priest praying over people with the plague; This was believed to be the best medicine
Transcript: Medical History Diana Martinez-Juarez Date 1 Ancient Times This time period of medical history is the least advanced compared to common medicine/medical treatments but they made a lot of progress during their time which started everything off. Ancient Times ROAD MAP Road map The ancient Chinese Beliefs They believed that the needed to cure and nourish the entire body. Back then people used to believe that diseases and illnesses were caused by the gods as a punishment for their sins. The ancient Egyptians The ancient Greeks The ancient Egyptians were the first to write down health records. They began modern medical science by observing the human body and the effects of disease. The ancient Romans They were the first ones to organize medical care by providing for injured soldiers. Father of Medicine Hippocrates is known as the father of science because he did many things in his lifetime. Father of Medicine Dark Ages and Middle Ages Dark Ages and Middle Ages After the fall of the Romans the study of Medicine fell which caused many disastrous things to happen. ROAD MAP Road map The Dark Ages The Middle Ages The study of Medicine was prohibited. The faith of their gods and worship was used instead. The Greeks and the Romans regained interest in medicine. A pandemic happened. The Renaissance The Renaissance This time in medical history is often referred as the "rebirth of the science of medicine." New information was discovered during this time period. ROAD MAP Road map 1475-1564 1514-1564 1452-1519 Dissection of the body allowed a more in depth understanding of the body. This helped us improve anatomy and physiology The first anatomy books were published by Andreas Vasalius Lenardo da Vinci used dissection to draw the human body more realistically. 16,17, and 18th century The 16th, 17th, & 18th century Everyday medicine became more scientific and exact. Many inventions led to more thorough and effective diagnosis of patients. Timeline Timeline Release 1590 The compound microscope was created by Zacharius Janssen 1543 Andreas Vasalius dissections of the human body led him to release and create the first accurate illustration of the human bodies anatomy. 1592 The Thermostat was created 19th Century 19th Century Commonly known as the Industrial Revolution. Timeline Timeline 1781-1826 The stethoscope was invented by Rene Laennec. Allowed people to listen to the internal body sounds. Release 1632-1723 The first version of the microscope was invented by Anton Van Leeuwenhoek. This allowed people to see small things that they weren't able to see before. 1820-1910 Florence Nightingale is known as the founder of modern nursing because she led/helped people during the Crimean War. She also started a school to become a nurse. 1822-1895 Louis Pasteur is known as the "Father of Microbiological sciences and Immunology" because of his work in microorganism that caused illnesses. He developed theories, vaccines for many illnesses, and principles for sanitation which helped people not be infected by illnesses as much. 20th century They had rapid growth in health care in which they were able to use new inventions. They also made a lot of new medicine. They were also able to understand how the body works. 20th Century Timeline Timeline Release New inventions Physicians created new machines such as the X-ray. They also created new medicines such as insulin, antibiotics, and vaccines. 1821-1912 Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross. She volunteered to help soldiers during the Civil War. 1950s Francis Crick and James Watson described the structure of DNA and how it carries genetic information as in to how the body should be made and repaired. This discovery begin the development of gene therapy. 21st century This century is the most recent. In this century there was a new virus and there are new inventions and technology that help modern people. 21st century Timeline Timeline Release 2008 A gene screen for Cancer was developed. 2000s The rough draft of the Human Genome was released. This led people to wonder what roughly 23,000 genes do. 2019 Covid-19 was created which caused a lot of people to get sick. Future Advancements Future Advancements One of the future advancements that I think we will have in the future is the cure for Alzheimer's disease. Sources Sources https://arkalexandra.org/sites/default/files/Ancient%20Greek%20Medicine.pdf https://www.worldhistory.org/Greek_Medicine/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGiZXQVGpbY&list=PLH2l6uzC4UEUljwdcu8_x8df9GDr3lNcq&index=10 https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323633 http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/h/health-and-medicine-in-the-19th-century/ https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323533#middle-ages https://www.knowitall.org/document/medicine-dark-and-middle-ages-500-1400s-kids-work https://www.knowitall.org/document/medicine-renaissance-1400-1600s-kids-work https://www.britannica.com/science/history-of-medicine/Medicine-in-the-20th-century Simmers DG0: Health
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Transcript: worked on cathode ray tubes and surrounded the tube with black paper found that sheet of paper covered in barium platinocyanide continued to glow became known as x-rays led to Becquerel's discovery of radioactivity joined British Royal Army Medical Corps in 1914 to develop cure for deaths from infected wounds argued anticeptics were not effective in preventing wounds from becoming infected made accidental discovery of a blue mold growing on culture of harmful bacteria series of experiments proved findings and led to discovery of penicillin could kill off bacteria without causing damage to wounds mostly safe for human body developed oral vaccine for polio observed that some people had immunity even though they had never shown signs of having the disease looked for weak strains to produce new vaccine ‘live’ vaccine caused the body to produce antibodies and so provide long-term immunity against future infection 19th & 20th Centuries Robert Koch Ernst von Bergmann Ignaz Semmelweis Koch succeeded in directly linking one microbe with a disease anthrax microbes produced spores that live long after an animal had died identified the germ that caused blood poisoning and septcaemia discovered methyl violet dye showed the septcaemia germ under a microscope by staining it laid rest belief that bad air caused disease The Curies researched infections caused by bacteria found that an industrial dye had antibacterial action that was affective for treatment of staphylococcus and haemolytic streptococcus set stage for modern biology & biochemistry Ancestor of bacteriology Jonas Salk found that the pathological-anatomical changes were an entity, morphologically and clinically "Savior of Mothers" sent to investigate a disease affecting tobacco referred to as "wildfire" asked to study another disease of tobacco plants found that it was caused by a tiny agent that could go through porcelain filters named it a virus Albert Sabin Paul Ehrlich Joseph Lister figured out pasteurization & fermentation aerobic & anerobic organisms solved rabies, silkworm diseases, anthrax, & created vaccines convinced microbes caused diseases in humans disproved spontaneous generation examined particles and energy produced as radioactive atoms decayed established thorium was radioactive discovered polonium and radium Dimitri Ivanovsky Louis Pasteur Alexander Fleming Grace Barrett & Kelsey Britt Medical History looked at inflammation of wounds began to clean wounds & dress them using a solution of carbolic acid discarded popular concept of direct infection by bad air Wilhelm Roentgen developed diphtheria to help fight against respiratory illnesses Side-chain theory researched chemotherapy and infectious diseases developed Salvarsan his work raised awareness of the existence of the blood-brain barrier the "Magic Bullet" concept asked to study influenza for a year worked on a flu vaccine switched attention to polio produced a vaccine which used dead polio virus particles which were capable of provoking an immune response without infecting the patient in the years leading to his death, he was researching an effective vaccine for AIDS after childbirth, due to infection in the uterus Sterilization of instruments aseptic methods Gerhard Domagk Aetiology & prevention of puerperal fever
Transcript: Umayyads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rACWxttgqeA Abbasids: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFfXDZvvmrg Timelines - Through The Umayyads and Abbasids 750 750 Battle of the Zab The whole army of Abu Muslim and al-Saffah went against the Umayyad Caliph which took place near the Tigris river. The Abbsaids won which was the rise of them and the end of the Umayyads. 762 762 Baghdad Baghdad was found near the banks of the Tigris River. It turned out to be a great capital and the center of the Islamic world. 786-809 Golden Age 786-809 Under the first caliph's rule, Baghdad became the world's most important center for science, medicine, education, and philosophy. 1180-1225 1180-1225 Mongol Invasion Caliph al-Nasir took over power again but his successors were not successful as the Abbsaid Empire got taken over by Mongols which was the fall of their empire. 695-705 695-705 Byzantine Abd al-Malik soldiers captured the Carthage which was the crown jewel of Byzantine. After he died the caliphate successful took North Africa from the Byzantines. 744 744 Third Fitna A new civil war called the third fitna, wiped out the descendants of Abd al-Malik which meant the power went to Marwan II. This weakened the Umayyad miltary. 711 711 Conquered Spain A Muslim army entered Spain which was ruled by the Visigoths. The Visgothic Kingdom collapsed when the army attacked and Spain had been conquered. 750( Umayyads) 750 Fall of the Umayyads The Umayyads were overthrown by the Abbasids which was the fall of the Umayyad Empire.
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