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By Louise Simmers, Karen Simmers-Nartker, Sharon Simmers-Kobelak

The hugely revered assorted health and wellbeing Occupations, now in its 7th variation, is the informational authority on careers in healthiness care. equipped in elements, the 1st component to the booklet offers foundational info required to go into a extensive diversity of future health professions. the second one offers basic entry-level talents via particular careers, together with clinical aiding, dental supporting, and extra. conscientiously revised with new pictures all through, the 7th variation comprises up to date details at the meals advisor Pyramid, an infection regulate details, criteria for blood strain that concur with AMA and AHA techniques, and masses extra.

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As you review each period of history, think about how the discoveries have helped to improve the health care you receive today. ANCIENT TIMES Table 1-1 lists many of the historical events of health care in ancient times. In primitive times, the common belief was that disease and illness were caused by evil spirits and demons. Treatment was directed toward eliminating the evil spirits. As civilizations developed, changes occurred as people began to study the human body and make observations about how it functions.

Checkpoint means to ask your instructor to check you at that point in the procedure. Checkpoints are usually located at critical points in the procedures. Each procedure section refers you to a specific evaluation sheet in the workbook. 4. Evaluation Sheets (Workbook): Each evaluation sheet contains a list of criteria on which you will be tested when you have mastered a particular procedure. Make sure that your performance meets the standards set. When you feel you have mastered a particular procedure, sign the evaluation sheet and give it to your instructor.

Monks and priests stressed prayer to treat illness and disease. The Middle Ages brought a renewed interest in the medical practices of the Romans and Greeks. Monks obtained and translated the writings of the Greek and Roman physicians, and recorded the knowledge in handwritten books. Medical universities were created in the 9th century to train physicians how to use this knowledge to treat illness. Later, Arabs began requiring that physicians pass examinations and obtain licenses. In the 1300s, a major epidemic of bubonic plague killed almost 75 percent of the population of Europe and Asia.

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