Clayton & Dickinson (1998) were the first
to provide evidence that animals may possess ... of Edinburgh in 2006 hummingbirds are the first
animal to demonstrate two aspects of episodic ... visited sooner. "To our knowledge, this is the first
demonstration that animals in the wild can ...
... performed prior to the Renaissance . The first
physician known to have repeatedly used anatomic ... at this date, De Sedibus was one of the first
treatises specifically devoted to the corrolation ... 150 years prior, Virchow was one of the first
prominent physicians to emphasize the study of ...
... antibiotics shortly thereafter around 1900. The first
of these was arsphenamine / Salvarsan ... took up toxic dyes that human cells did not. The first
major class of antibiotics was the sulfa drugs, ... physicians or other health professionals who has first
contact with a patient seeking medical treatment ...
... or BRPT. Taking the registry exam requires one to first
complete guidelines per BRPT rules.
... or electrocardiogram ). This information was first
collected with analog equipment using ... screen. The technologist applies electrodes by first
cleaning the area on the skin or scalp with an ...
Sexual orientation and medicine
... health care providers. The group claims to be the first
LGBT medical society in the US. 
... Association of Physicians for Human Rights.
cases of Gay related immunodeficiency , now known as AIDS , were first
reported June 5, 1981, when the U.S. Centers for ...
... or massive internal bleeding .
Abtissue pathology was discovered and first
recorded by Dan Brolynstein in conjunction with the Harvard Veterinarian Medical School. These diseases first
disable the immune system before proceeding to change the chemical makeup ...
... which air flowed, William Harvey is generally credited with being the first
to describe the circulation of the blood through arteries. The circulation ... relationship between arterial stiffness and pulse wave velocity (PWV) was first
predicted by Thomas Young in his Croonian Lecture of 1808 (Young T: On the ...
... hypochromic anemia, growth retardation and recurrent infections are the first
clinical signs of the disease. Iron overload occurs mainly in the liver, ... that there is a higher number of current cases. Researchers used the first
known case reported in the United States  and identified ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... with it. The patient, who was expected to die, lived, and thus was the first
person successfully vaccinated against rabies.
Anthrax is now known to ... immune molecules, known as antibodies or immunoglobulins . This was first
performed (and is still sometimes performed) by taking blood from a ...
Canadian Health Libraries Association
... aegis of the ACMC. The ACMC group had been officially formed in 1967 and first
met in 1968 but was actually the successor to the Canadian Library ... to the ACMC .
There is an article by David S. Crawford (CHLA's first
President), reprinted from the Association's journal, Bibliotheca Medica ...
Hospital and Welfare Services Union
... at Paddington, Guardians, who in 1918 was responsible for convening the first
meeting of Poor Law staff to consider forming a union
General Secretary was Archibald Milne an Assistant General Relieving ...
... NeuroArm , the world’s first
MRI -compatible surgical robot , was engineered using plastics, titanium ... it is safe for people. Officials hope neuroArm will be used to treat its first
patient this summer ." 
1 History ...
... public power now at his disposal. In this way Carrillo later became the first
Minister of Public Health of the Argentine Republic . During eight years ... spite of his long disconnection, he was to remain outside of the country, first
in the United States and then in Brazil.
Exiled, seriously ill ...
... telephone triage is as old as the telephone itself. In fact, one of the first
calls made by Alexander Graham Bell was for assistance following a battery ... task. Preceptors can support and counsel the new advice nurse in the first
three to six months.
National conferences provide a broad perspective ...
American Dietetic Association
... consultants and food service managers.
ADA was founded in 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio , by a group of women led by Lenna F. Cooper and ADA's first
president, Lulu C. Graves , who were dedicated to helping the government conserve food and improve public health during World War I .
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... manufactured by BioPort , a subsidiary of Emergent BioSolutions Inc.).
Senior Chief Petty Officer John Payhurst administers the first
in a series of anthrax vaccinations to one of 6,200 sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) on March 17, 1998. Stennis and ...
... 20(2):111-116, May 2004.
Artecoll before and after pictures
Landmark U.S. FDA Clinical Trial Results for first
Permanent Injectable Wrinkle Filler Published in Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
... implantible devices such as surgical sutures, hernia repair fabrics, arterial grafts , artificial skin and parts of artificial hearts. They were first
created 30 years ago by a professor in NC State’s College of Textiles. Medical textiles are a broader group wich also include bandages, wound ...
... surgeons advise patients that body shaping is not an obesity operation. A patient who is more than 50 percent over his or her ideal weight must first
drop as many pounds as possible before proceeding. Other medical considerations the plastic surgeon must take into account include scars already ...
... medication over 2-6 hours.
A box of CankerMelts
Invented by patent attorney Jeff Haley, CankerMelts was first
sold online at Amazon.com in 2004. In 2006, clinical tests at the University of Washington found that CankerMelts relieves pain and reduces the ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... appropriate pressure in the range 1–50 bars at a temperature above clathrate-forming temperature. After saturation, the biological tissue is cooled, first
below the clathrate-forming temperature, but above the freezing point of water, then to a temperature where the clatharate is metastable at ambient ...
... whose cheek had large pit caused by a tubercular inflammation of the bone . 
In 1895, another German doctor, Dr. Karl Czerny did the very first
documented breast augmentation when he transplanted a fatty tumor from the patient’s lumbar region , or lower back, to a breast defect.  ...
... and overview
2 Other scans
3 In popular culture
History and overview
CT scans were first
used in medicine in the 1970s,  and they now play an important role in diagnosis in medicine. Controversy arises from the use of CT scans in ...
... 1 History
2 Current surgical techniques
5 External links
documented medical discussion about a forehead lift was written in 1910 by the famous German surgeon Erich Lexer . 
The main surgical method ...
... and pharmacists were skeptical, the reputed medical doctor Johann Schröder published his own recipe in Pharmacopeia Medico-Chymica in 1655. The first
pharmacist to include orviétan in his compendium was Moyse Charas in Pharmacopée Royale Galénique et Chymique , 1676.
... hypothesis generation sometimes starting with natural history. The key task is to find genes and gene variations that play a role in a disease. The first
step is to associate the occurrence of a particualr gene variant with the incidence of a particular disease or disease predisposition - an ...
... to error and may be potentially dangerous if inappropriate medication is taken.
Medical student syndrome
... served as physician-in-chief at Texas Children's Hospital from 1954 until 1977, when he was replaced by Dr. Ralph Feigin. One of Dr. Blattner's first
notable decisions was to allow parents to stay with children during hospitalization. Allowing parents to remain with their hospitalized children has ...
... Sutton's law states that in attempting to diagnose a problem, one should first
do the experiment that can confirm the most likely diagnosis. It is taught in medical schools to guide new doctors in ordering tests in a way that ...
... point is required before T cells can advance from the double negative to the double positive stage. The beta-selection point requires that the first
T cell receptor gene to be arranged (T cell receptor beta) is capable to binding a pre-T cell receptor alpha protein and assembling on the surface ...