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14 April, 16:55

Why did medicine have a domestic - rather than professional-character in the preindustrial era? How did urbanization change that? quizle

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  1. 14 April, 17:44
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    1) Medical Practice was in confusion - Everyone could exercise lacking constraint or drill

    2) Medical measures were original - no practical knowledge

    3) Mislaid institutional principal - no extensive growth of hospitals

    4) Request was unbalanced - least claim due to self-sufficiency (family folk-remedies), economic circumstances (opportunity cost of transportation), and purchase costs (fee for service)

    5) Medical education was substandard-apprenticeship, unhindered access, and lacking in science based exercise

    Urbanization increased dependence on particular skills of remunerated professionals because ...

    a. Separated people from families and neighborhoods' - no more home-based medicines

    b. Women started working outdoor - no longer thoughtful for the sick

    c. Physicians became less expensive and more reachable - telephones, cars, roads reduced opp. cost of time and travel - more reasonable

    d. Better topographical closeness of patients and physicians
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