Paré, Ambroise

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Paré, Ambroise

(păr-ā′)
French surgeon, 1510–1590, who instituted certain refined techniques into surgery, obstetrics, and wound care.

Paré,

Ambroise, French surgeon, 1510-1590.
Paré suture - the approximation of the edges of a wound by pasting strips of cloth to the surface and stitching them instead of the skin.
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Asi, los miembros de la familia Gonsalvus se convertirian en seres humanos monstruosos o "errores de la naturaleza", como los denomino Rodolfo II en su catalogo, o "ejemplos de la ira de Dios", como menciona Ambroise Pare (23).
From units EA4340 (Drs Marin, Julie, and Emile) and EA4339 (Drs Beauchet, Zimmermann, and Saiag), Versailles SQY University, Boulogne, France; the Departments of Pathology (Drs Marin, Zimmermann, Julie, and Emile), Public Health (Dr Beauchet), and General and Oncologic Dermatology (Dr Saiag), Ambroise Pare Hospital, APHP, Boulogne, France; the Department of Neuropathology, Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, and Clinical Cooperation Unit Neuropathology, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany (Drs Capper and Deimling); and the Laboratory of Clinical and Experimental Pathology, Pasteur Hospital and Medical School, Nice Sophia University, Nice, France (Drs Ilie and Hofman).
Ambroise Pare, llamado a conertirse en renovador de la cirugia, surgio de entre las filas de los barberos; nacio en Laval, al norte de Francia en 1510, y murio cuando tenia 80 anos, cosa extrana en una epoca marcada por horrores como la noche de San Bartolome o las guerras de religion.
Ambroise Pare (1510-1590), of Paris, who strongly advised ligation of major vessels, especially in amputation.
Surgeon Ambroise Pare argues that women with strong sex drives and voluptuous lifestyles are less likely to suffer from menstrual disorders as their "humours" flow more freely.
Uma figura inserida por Ambroise Pare, na sua Introduction ou entree a la vraye cognoissance de la chirurgie, estabelecia uma correspondencia entre o sangue e o ar quente e umido; a fleuma e a agua fria e umida; a cholera e o fogo quente e seco; e finalmente entre o humor melancolico e a terra fria e seca.
Sin embargo, hubo un Cirujano diferente llamado Ambroise Pare que sin tener estudios universitarios se caracterizo por el uso de la logica, la observacion y la experiencia.
PHILIP CARBERRY left the Ambroise Pare hospital in Paris yesterday afternoon after a stay of two days following a fall at Auteuil on Tuesday that has ruled him out for at least six weeks, writes Desmond Stoneham.
Flahault); Hopital Ambroise Pare, Boulogne Billancourt, France (T.
1) Department of Hepato-Gastroenterology and Digestive Oncology and (2) Mobile Geriatrics Team, Hopital Ambroise Pare, 92100, Boulogne-Billancourt, and University of Versailles, UVSQ, France
All of this agrees with what Ambroise Pare and other teratologists of the Renaissance identified with the monster and gives Cervantes an excuse to populate his book with a myriad of extraordinary beings that, like the hybrid Quijano/Quijote, challenge the moral, ontological, and epistemological categories of seventeenth-century Spain and demand to be exhibited and marveled at like the mad hidalgo from La Mancha.
While surveying a broad range of sources over a long history, Luke Demaitre pays close attention to the classic texts of Galen, Aretaeus, and Avicenna along with dozens of later writers, especially Bernard de Gordon in the fourteenth century, Ambroise Pare in the sixteenth, and Isaac Uddman in the eighteenth.