センメルヴェイス・イグナーツ Ignaz Semmelweis
Google is showing a Doodle globally for recognizing Ignaz Semmelweis and Handwashing. The man who taught us hand washing. Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis was a Hungarian physician and scientist who widely attributed as the first person to discover the medical benefits of handwashing.
Today’s Doodle follows the official recommendation on how to properly wash your hands from the World Health Organization. And, learn more handwashing tips here, or check out the video below:
Today’s doodle also featured Hungarian Physician Drs. Ignaz Semelvis has been widely recognized as the first to discover the therapeutic benefits of handwashing. While., on this day in 1847, Semelvis appointed chief resident at the obstetric clinic of the Vienna General Hospital. Where he said to have performed and disinfected his hands to doctors to minimize transmission of the disease.
Today, Semmelweis widely remembered as the “father of infection control”, crediting revolutionary changes in not only obstetric. But the medical field, informing generations beyond themselves that the spread of handwashing diseases Is one of the most effective ways to prevent.
Furthermore, Hungarian doctor Ignaz Semmelweis taught the world the importance of washing your hands.
He published a book of his findings in Etiology, Concept and Prophylaxis of Childbed Fever.
Finally, he awarded his doctorate degree in medicine in 1844.
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Take good care of yourself.