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Fevers related to serous humour Rheumatism. Abdullah ibn Sina as a physician Ibn Sina was practicing medicine and was an accepted physician already in his youth.

The Art of treatment in Islamic medicine. One poem by Abu Sa’id, a famous Persian mystical poet, preserves a memory of an encounter with Ibn Sina when the two of them stayed in one room for three days and three nights, except when they a to pray. Because Avicenism, or traditional, alternative, complementary medicine is marking its renaissance.

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Retrieved 16 August His method of observation and analyzing, with an adequate use of logic and intellect, his strict determinism and insisting on controlled experiment, gave medicine the opportunity to become a natural science.

The first one, who officially accepted it, ifl the University in Poland in the 13 th century. Ibn Sina left us an eternal work that will surely be mentioned and maybe even used again in the future. Islamic scientists developed the rudiments ap what would later be called the scientific method. How Islam changed medicine: Masic I, Dilic M. Ibn Sina made the rules for experimenting and he was the first to conduct the modern scientific method.


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They also agree that there are certain exaggerations concering his contribution, but they are united in the claim that The Canon of Medicine was something like a medical bible for hundreds of years, without medicine could not been studied. He contrasts Galen’s view that the brain is the “chief seat of sentient life” with Aristotle’s view that the heart is the source of all the body’s faculties, saying that if physicians considered the matter carefully they would agree with Aristotle that the heart was the ultimate source of all the faculties, even if for example the brain is where the rational faculty manifests itself.

We mentioned some of the diseases and procedures explained by Ibn Sina, now we can ask a question: Trying qankon connect it with the Islamic views, Ibn Sina goes into mysticism.

The Canon was translated into Latin by Gerardo de Cremona, an Italian translator of Arabic scientific works, and had 15 Latin editions. Only some fifty years later, in andthe Christian Church gave orders to burn his book and banned further interpretations of Aristotles. It was the main source of knowledge in the middle ages widely examined in madrasa schools in the East and universities in the West. Avicenna describes healthy blood as “red in colour, has no unpleasant odour, and has a very sweet taste.

These four spirits go-between the soul of absolute purity and the body of absolute impurity. The first part gives general rules about drugs and a treatise on what was called “the science of powers fik medicines”. Philosophy at that time was a comprehensive tkb of ifl knowledge known to man.


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The author owns two of the three examples of the Canon of Medicine in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It consists of 18 books divided into logic, mathematics, physics and metaphysics and is considered aqnoon scientific and philosophyical encyclopaedia of his time.

The generation and nourishment of proper soul takes place in the heart; it resides in the heart and arteries, and is transmitted from the heart to the organs through the arteries. In the second book he explains the principles which must be know by everyone who rib medicine and the healing power of medication.

He is the first who correctly described meningitis, and the difference between meningitis and other inflammation and similar diseases. Retrieved 6 September From the scientific point of view, as a tig of study and analyses, todays scientist are direct descendants of Ibn Sina and his predecessors; Al-Razes, Galen and Aristotle.

qaonon Avicenna lists members of the body in “order of degree of Heat”, from hottest to coldest. Inflammations become febrile Loss of vigour. In physiology, there is systematization on power and function, but without detail. Why Historians of medicine called ibn al-Nafis Second Avicenna? Ibn Sina influenced Roger Bacon and his Illuminism. Ibn Sina was practicing medicine and was an accepted physician already in his youth.