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  • The Germ Theory and Its Applications to Medicine and Surgery

  • Written by: Louis Pasteur
  • Narrated by: Leo McQueen
  • Length: 15 mins

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The Germ Theory and Its Applications to Medicine and Surgery

Written by: Louis Pasteur
Narrated by: Leo McQueen
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Publisher's Summary

The great scientists Louis Pasteur (1822-1893) and Joseph Lister (1827-1912) revolutionized medical practice in the 19th century. Pasteur's discovery of the cause of fermentation formed the basis of modern germ theory while Lister developed antiseptic surgical methods based on that. The book contains a description of the theory, and accounts of their work and experiments.

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