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In this crime scene cleanup school we take the germ theory of disease seriously and on this page I information about its development.

 

Bringing the germ theory of disease to the public's attention did not come any easier than bringing global warming by fossil fuel burning to the public's attention.

 

As in the case of the tobacco industry, the fossil fuel industry created propaganda to misdirect the public's attention when it comes to global warming. In the case of the germ theory of disease, the public was totally out of the picture because of the lack of education and science as well as poor public sources of information.

In the case of the germ theory of disease, bringing this theory to medical science, primarily medical doctors and medical surgeons, meant overcoming their prejudices and ideological conservatism. It remained the practice for surgeons to the sect cadavers in one room and walked into an adjoining room to deliver a baby while wearing the same apron and using the same scalpels without washing their hands. As a result tens of thousands of women died giving childbirth.

Overcoming prejudices when it came to germ theories of disease meant saving hundreds of millions of lives including those of livestock.

Black Magic

Black magic and a lot to do with stopping the germ theory of disease develop leading as quickly as it might have developed. So even though today everybody seems to know the germs may cause so many diseases, we still have many people who do not wash their hands. Meanwhile most of us understand that it's important to clean our kitchen counters and it's important to have our house is connected to sanitary sewer systems one sort or another.

In the crime scene cleanup business we know that the sanitary sewer will serve for disposal of blood in some quantities. We also know that even a composting toilet serves this purpose, but preferably other means of disposing of blood should be used, in my opinion.

Because of the germ theory of disease we now go to the doctor and get medicine that kills germs harmful to us and others.

Microscope

For most of human history, people didn't know anything about what causes diseases. They had no way to know about germs. They thought that evil spirits might cause illnesses, including the devil. Not until about 170 years ago did we learn about germs thanks to the microscope. Before that time people couldn't see germs because we had no microscopes. So it's the microscope that really turned things around because seeing is believing for most of us.

In any case, people blamed disease on many things like bad air, or witchcraft, or punishment from God and many other reasons.

And in the 1800s doctors learn that their superstitious ideas about disease really had no place in the development of the medical science. So they suspected that something else must of been at work. They experimented with a host of ideas and a growing list of scientists broke with the dominant ideas about black magic and bad air. The bad air, known as miasma, held sway right up to the emergence of heory of the germ theory of disease in force.

With this new and modern cadre of medical scientist working on creative ideas they learned the flight for their ideas and risk their reputation in the flight to tell the story of germs causing disease. Even today we find that in some parts of the world people do not understand the germ theory of disease. But thanks to the pioneering works of some medical scientist today we find germs and cures for disease.

This is all very important to a crime scene cleanup practitioner. We must find germs from the beginning of our efforts to the end and beyond of each crime scene cleanup job.

Religion

Did you know that the most early views of disease were often centered on religious beliefs? In ancient times, diseases were the result of evil spirits, we know. So if you got sick enough of which might've been blamed for your illness.
Sin featured as a cause of an individual's sinful ways.

Surgery for Evil Demons

The earliest forms of surgery were known as trepanation. Trepanation involved drilling holes in people's goals, for instance. The idea was to let evil spirits escape. Some people survived this procedure and today some medical scientists have postulated that drilling holes in the scrolls of, victims may have released deadly forms of blood pressure in the brain. This in turn save their lives giving credence to the misunderstood belief in evil spirits.

Black magic combined with religious beliefs both held back a germ theory of disease as it turns out. So even though today everybody seems to know the germs may cause so many diseases, we still have many people who do not wash their hands. Meanwhile, most of us understand that it's important to clean our kitchen counters and it's important to have our house is connected to sanitary sewer systems of one sort or another.

Think about it. There's over 6,000 known viruses in human feces. Any one of these "germs" might cause someone to become ill or suffer from diarrhea and then death. Crime scene cleanup practitioners happen to do feces cleanup as well as crime scene cleanup to make ends meet.

In the crime scene cleanup business we know that the sanitary sewer will serve for disposal of blood in some quantities. We also know that even composting serves this purpose, but preferably other means of disposing of blood should be used, in my opinion.

In any case, people blame disease on many things like bad air, or witchcraft, or punishment from God and many other reasons.

Then in the 1800s doctors learned that their superstitious ideas about disease really had no place in medical science. So they suspected that something else must have been at work. They experimented with a host of ideas and a growing list of scientists broke with the dominant ideas about black magic and bad air. The bad air, known as miasma, held sway right up to the theory of the germ theory of disease. With the new and modern cadre of medical scientist working on creative ideas they learned to flight for their ideas. They risked their reputation in the flight to tell the story of germs causing disease. Even today we find that in some parts of the world people do not understand the germ theory of disease., But thanks to the pioneering works of some medical scientist today we find germs and cures to disease.

This is all very important to a crime scene cleanup practitioner because we must find germs from the beginning of our efforts to the end and beyond of each crime scene cleanup job.

Did you know that the most early views of disease were often centered on religious causes. In ancient times, diseases were the result of evil spirits. So if you got sick enough of which might've been blamed for your illness. The earliest forms of surgery were known as trepanation. Trepanation involved drilling holes in people's goals, for instance. The idea was to let evil spirits escape. Some people survived this procedure and today some medical scientists have postulated that drilling holes in the scrolls of, victims may have released deadly forms of blood pressure in the brain. This in turn save their lives giving credence to the misunderstood belief in evil spirits.

Between 460-370 Hippocrates helped ensure a more sound approach to medicine. Then between 129-200 A.D., Galen followed suit.

We should keep in mind that in these days crime scene cleanup didn't exist as we understand it today. In those days it amounted to someplace we be made blood and guts from the death scene or throwing out the offending materials. In those days a pile of dirt would do fine for killing off the ordors left by blood and death.

So over time fluids called humors were thought to be in balance and human being played a role. The crime scene cleanup practitioner, what we consider as other potentially infectious materials besides blood, was understood as blood, phlegm, yellow bile, black bile. Because of these "humors" people were thought that they had more blood than needed over against the other fluids in their bodies. As a result, physicians usually believed in what they called "too much blood will cause illnesses.

You may already know that a barber pole with its spiral bands of red white and blue signifies a place for bloodletting rather than getting haircuts. It happens that people who had sharp instruments for bloodletting but also got here. As a result, today's barbers continue to use this barber for. Anyway, bleeding, or bloodletting, was done in different ways. Most often, physicians use precise surgical tools that were handed down from father to son because of their value. These instruments were called "lancets" and are used to make small cut marks on a person's body, usually the arms. Slowly the blood would drip out into a shallow bowl and the physician would judge how much blood to release from the body

Another way to release blood from the body involved using a glass Against the skin. The heat of a flame would be applied to the cop, created a blood-filled blister and in turn it would find the Lancet opening the blister's blood. By the 1700s and 1800s in Europe, people routinely allowed doctors to drain the blood while thinking that blood letting actually prevented sickness. Meanwhile, germs continue to kill off humanity by the tens of thousands.

The American physician Benjamin Rush and a signer of the Declaration of Independence data. Bloodletting. For him, illness and disease was caused by nervous energy. He believed that this nervous energy built up in test items so he gave medicines to people because my diarrhea. As a result people gain mighty sick and often died because of dehydration. Even to this date, in fact, diarrhea causes many guests around the globe, especially with the very young and infants. Such beliefs were to go on and there was little that the public could do to stop them or find out what else to be done for the families.

Slowly by the end of the 1800s bloodletting was losing its popularity because it's failure. The germ theory of disease had slowly arisen, but it was slow to become popular and remain for principled, articulate, and knowledgeable physicians to prove the value of the germ theory of disease. Without these doctors today we would not know that crime scene cleanup practitioners need to follow a strict regimen of crime scene cleanup and watching and disinfection of tools and equipment.

 

So the idea that there were tiny animals in our bodies causing illness took a long time to be accepted by educated people. Just the same, we and warnings early on by people like Marcus Terentius Varro (116-27 B.C.). He explained that building homes to close to a swamp could lead to "miniature creatures which cannot be seen by the eyes, but which float in the air and enter the body through the mouth and nose" could cause serious diseases. For some people it was pretty clear that malaria at something to do with swamp land, in any case. Not unlike today, global warming. We know that on a planet with 1 billion cars having anywhere from 4 to 8 cylinders burning gasoline, something must happen to the atmosphere as it has.

Educated crime scene cleanup practitioner must know this stuff. Then, before the Roman era, people knew that a person who had a disease might in some way cause others to develop the disease. So contagious diseases caused people to be quarantined, and in some way this to protect the rest of the community. In a sense, this is what we do during crime scene cleanup. We do quarantined rooms at times when working to keep the family out of the way and although there are families at crime scene cleanup time will insist on being in the room during cleaning. Interesting symbolism existed in this time with the placement of a Red Cross on the diseased families premises.

Thomas Moffet

Then it was the Thomas Moffet English scientists (1154-1604) who gave crime scene cleanup school students a good reason to draw pictures while on the job. He drew pictures of fleas, lies, and my. He described that mites might even cause scabies (the sky and infection close), which crime scene cleanup practitioners need to know about because they become exposed to scabies often enough. Moffet also identified it so for works to help combat this might.

Then it wasAthanasius Kircher (1501-1680) that saw worms in sour milk while looking through a very crude microscope. A German monk, he also noticed what he called "animalcula" in the blood of people who died from the bubonic plague. Now were getting somewhere in our studies of crime scene cleanup work as we understand that besides germs in people we have germs in our food.

 

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