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Semmelweis: defender of motherhood

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1961.

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Ignaz P. Semmelweis proved, in 1847, in Vienna's General Hospital, that many mothers' lives could be saved if physicians and medical students washed their hands before examining obstetric patients. Resentment both by students and by superiors drove the Hungarian physician from his post.

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<p>Ignaz P. Semmelweis proved, in 1847, in Vienna's General Hospital, that many mothers' lives could be saved if physicians and medical students washed their hands before examining obstetric patients. Resentment both by students and by superiors drove the Hungarian physician from his post.</p>
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Semmelweis: defender of motherhood

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1961.

<p>Ignaz P. Semmelweis proved, in 1847, in Vienna's General Hospital, that many mothers' lives could be saved if physicians and medical students washed their hands before examining obstetric patients. Resentment both by students and by superiors drove the Hungarian physician from his post.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 43 cm

ABSTRACT

Ignaz P. Semmelweis proved, in 1847, in Vienna's General Hospital, that many mothers' lives could be saved if physicians and medical students washed their hands before examining obstetric patients. Resentment both by students and by superiors drove the Hungarian physician from his post.

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