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Magner LN. A History of Medicine. , 1992 9. Majno G. The Healing Hand: Man and Wound in the Ancient World. 3 Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975. 10. Neugerbauer O. The Exact Sciences in Antiquity. Providence: Brown University Press, 1957. 11. Oppenheim AL. Mesopotamian Medicine. Bull Hist Med 1962; 36:97-108. 12. Rutkow IM. Surgery: An Illustrated History. St. , 1993. 13. Saggs HWF. The Greatness that was Babylon. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1966. 14. Sigerist H. A History of Medicine, Vol.

The third represented the postoperative care of a wound of the scalp, described in the original writing: “Wash a fine linen in water, soak it in oil, and put it on the wound. Bray powder of acacia and ammonia salt, and put it on the wound; let the dressing stand for three days. When [you remove it] wash a fine linen in water, soak it in oil, put it on the wound, and knot a bandage over it. ” The use of oil by Mesopotamians is of note, since bacteria do not grow in oil. The use of oil for wound treatment must have allowed early surgeons to achieve better healing results more frequently.

Multiple splints were introduced, fashioned from the typical forest trees growing in the area; bamboo, bark, etc. Anesthesia included the use of alcoholic compounds that produced various degrees of intoxication. Bleeding was controlled through several means, including compression, hot oil, and herbs. Ancient Indian surgeons reached high levels of clinical surgical practice. Their mastery of skills, use of instruments, and consummation of the surgical act were unmatched among surgeons of the times.

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