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Best Mark, Neuhauser D. Ignaz Semmelweis and the birth of infection control. Quality and Safety in Health Care. Miranda M, Navarrete L.
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Lane is curator of an exhibition on the history of midwifery from which this article was derived. All authors helped to assemble the images and to write the article. The disease progressed rapidly and caused acute symptoms of severe abdominal pain, fever, and debility. Therapy usually involved bloodletting, but with or without this treatment the disease was often fatal.
Hospital epidemiology: from Semmelweis to the post-antibiotic era