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8°Anon .. Al-Arbita al-Jirahiyya [Surgical Bandages]. trans. Ibrahim al-Nabarawl (Cairo: BOlaq. 1839). 43 the bandages that were issued to them. 81 In one letter Clot Bey wrote in desperation complaining of the quality of the bandages in Qasr al- 'Aini Hospital. Since the quality of bandages is considered to be one of the key issues in surgery, we have conducted an examination of these bandages used in the Hospital and found that they are very bad indeed. They were thick and dirty contaminating the wounds that they are supposed to dress ....
5, 15 Rabi' II 1281117 September 1864. 73DWQ: Zabtiyyat Iskandariyya, Reg. Ll4118/3 (old no. 1672), case no. 178, p. 120, 18 Muharram 1295/22 January 1878. 74 Sonbol, p. 21. 41 being sent there, how then can we understand the role played by this "center of civilization that... [had] an enlightening effect on the country as a whole"? Is it due to the fact that the people were lagging behind, not comprehending the enlightening efforts of the khedives and their medical advisors? Was the population clinging to an antiquated notion of medicine that they felt was challenged by the new kind of medicine practiced in the new hospitals and clinics?
II. , p. 27. 29 depending on the patronage of the royalty and aristocracy, while surgeons were forced to organize themselves in guilds and, later, in fellowships to try and carve out a place for themselves in their societies. With the firm establishment of anatomy and the founding of colleges for physicians in the sixteenth century this rift ended and doctors had to base their education on dissection. With the professionalization of medicine it was, of course, the barber-surgeons who lost out to the new doctors; these losers were suddenly depicted as charlatans, quacks or hucksters.
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