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  • Abraham Flexner [r]: (1866-1959) American educator who fundamentally influenced medical education and university standards. [e]
  • Flexner Report [r]: Influential report on medical school curricula in the USA (1910), which transformed it to one based on scientific preparation and formal education. [e]
  • Kroger Babb [r]: (30 December 1906 – 28 January 1980) American film and television producer and showman, whose marketing techniques were similar to a travelling salesman's, from the medicine-show tradition. [e]
  • Maryland [r]: A State on the Eastern coast of the USA. [e]
  • Medical error [r]: Mistakes made in a medical setting with respect to patient care, sanitation or medical administration. A mistake is less than optimal action, thus failure to set up efficient procedures and routines which minimize mistakes is medical error. [e]
  • Medicine [r]: The study of health and disease of the human body. [e]
  • National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine [r]: Within the U.S. government's National Institutes of Health, the organization concerned with funding and performing research in complementary and alternative medicine, and disseminating its findings [e]
  • Pathology [r]: The medical specialty that is expert in the use of laboratory methods to support clinicians in diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis [e]
  • Preventive medicine [r]: A medical specialty concerned with recognizing and reducing health hazards to populations and individuals, with specialties that include the emergency recognition of infectious or environmental hazards, and the treatment of adverse effects of high (undersea) and low (aerospace) medicine, social behavior (e.g., drug abuse) and poisoning [e]
  • School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University [r]: A prestigious medical education and research center, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland; often considered the first modern medical school to meet the full goals of the Flexner Report [e]
  • Serotonin syndrome [r]: Potentially fatal drug interaction caused by combining drugs that raise the level of serotonin in the patient's nervous system to dangerously high levels. [e]
  • William Osler [r]: physician, educator, medical philosopher, and historian from Canada, often called the Father of Modern Medicine. [e]