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Hojas para cortar venas y provocar sangrías para equilibrar cuerpo ("humores"). Inglaterra, 1850

Hojas para cortar venas y provocar sangrías para equilibrar cuerpo ("humores"). Inglaterra, 1850

They call it science

They call it science

Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon). Théophile Gautier. 1855

Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon). Théophile Gautier. 1855

Red Cross

Red Cross

Nancy Brush, ca. 1900 / unidentified photographer. Nancy Douglas Bowditch papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Nancy Brush, ca. 1900 / unidentified photographer. Nancy Douglas Bowditch papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Cages with typhus carrying lice strapped onto a person's thigh. During World War II, feeding the lice with human subjects' blood was the only way to produce a viable typhus vaccine.

Cages with typhus carrying lice strapped onto a person's thigh. During World War II, feeding the lice with human subjects' blood was the only way to produce a viable typhus vaccine.

Silla de parto utilizado hasta la década de 1800

La medicina del pasado a través de 26 escalofriantes fotos históricas

Silla de parto utilizado hasta la década de 1800

Even for newborns!  Teenagers were limited to less than twenty drops; doubt if it did any good sedating them however.

Even for newborns! Teenagers were limited to less than twenty drops; doubt if it did any good sedating them however.

By Gaspard-Félix "Nadar" Tournachon.

By Gaspard-Félix "Nadar" Tournachon.

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