Early pharmacy, Wellington In the 19th century pharmacists often mixed their own medicines.
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Caption: Italian apothecary. 18th-century artwork showing the interior of an apothecary's shop in Italy. An apothecary was the equivalent of a modern pharmacist, dealing in remedies based on herbal medicine, and sold at treatments for various ailments. The ingredients for the remedies are on the shelves in the background. A remedy is being prepared using a pestle and mortar at centre. This artwork is held at the National Historic Museum of the Medical Arts, Rome, Italy.
Création des "Ambulances volantes" par Dominique Jean-Larrey médecin et chirurgien militaire, père de la médecine d'urgence (1766 - 1842)
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