Ibn Sina’s (Avicenna) Contributions in the Treatment of Traumatic Injuries
Trauma Monthly: July 31, 2012, 17 (2); e93446
July 31, 2012
Article Type: Brief Report
May 12, 2019
March 10, 2012
M, et al. Ibn Sina’s (Avicenna) Contributions in the Treatment of Traumatic Injuries,
Modern medicine owes much to the endeavours and contributions made by the ancients that are unfortunately anonymous or even neglected intentionally today. This study was done to give attention to “the ancient golden times”, as the author believes it deserves the nomination, to give credit to the manner our ancient physicians and masters practiced medicine and managed traumas in particular in a way that remains still unrivalled. Undoubtedly such masters as Galen of Pergamon, Hippocrates, Paul of Aegina and Avicenna paved the road for the so-called modern medicine and trauma surgery. Focus of this study is on Ibn Sina or Avicenna as the westerners call him and his methods in handling traumas of any kind and with any severity in the eleventh century based on the teachings handed down to him from the ancients; but he was not a mere imitator. What made him Avicenna was his genius talent in arranging the puzzles in such a way that was not even imagined by the others.
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