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Principles of Med Lab Science

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Father of medicine
Marcelo Malphigi
Father of Modern Anatomic Pathology
Jean Baptiste van Helmont
Gravimetric testing of urine specimen
Hans and Zacharias Janssen
1st compound microscope
Anton van Leeuwenhoeke
Father of Microscopy
Robert Hooke
Discovery of cells from cork
Hermann Von Fehling
First quantitative test for sugar in urine
Rudolf Virchow
Cell theory and Father of Modern Pathology
Louis Pasteur
Father of Modern Bacteriology
Robert Koch
Koch’s Postulate: Proved that microorganisms transmit disease
Edward Jenner
Father of Immunology
Alexander Flemming
Invented penicillin from Penicillum notatum
Paul Ehrlich
Discovered Salvarsan “magic bullet” as a cure for Syphilis
M. Ruth Williams
Historian who noted that medical technology began during the medieval period
Vivian Herrick
Historian who discovered ancient writing about intestinal parasites such as Teania and Ascaris
Dr. William Burdou Sunderson
Initiated the use of laboratory animals for experimentation
Dr. William H. Welsh
Father of American Pathology
George Papaniculao
Described the Pap’s staining technique
Republic Act 5527
Philippine Medical Technology Act of 1969
American Association of Blood Banks
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
International Organization for Standardization
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Laboratory-Acquired Infections
Consumption of a substance by an organism
Act or an instance of introduction of a substance into the body
Presence of a minor and unwanted substance or impurity in the skin or mucous membrane
Act of drawing air or other substances into the lungs
Universal Precautions
Approach to infection control to treat all human blood and body fluids as if they were known to be infectious