Islam's Contribution to Medicine and Science

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Islam's Contribution to Medicine and Science by Mind Map: Islam's Contribution to Medicine and Science

1. Medical

1.1. Islamic Medicine was influenced by

1.1.1. Indian Medicine

1.1.2. Iranian Medicine

1.1.3. Hellenistic Medicine

1.1.4. Arabian Medicine

1.2. Islamic Medicine small timeline

1.2.1. 7th-15th centuries

1.2.2. 9th century- "The Comprehensive Book" by Rhazes, said to be the most influential man in Islamic Medicine

1.2.3. 1248- Largest Islam Hospital built in Cairo, Egpyt

1.3. Hospitals

1.3.1. Seen as healing places, places for sleeping and for psychiatric focus.

1.3.2. Hospitals were called Bimaristans

1.3.3. First European hospital was built in France

1.4. Influenced

1.4.1. Dentistry

1.4.2. Pediatrics

1.4.3. Surgery

2. Science

2.1. Background

2.1.1. Begun in the 6th century

2.1.2. Science was influenced by Aristotle

2.1.3. Islam Science was the first branch of science to introduce law and abstract science

2.2. Findings

2.2.1. Islamic Science lead to the idea that the Earth was a sphere

2.2.2. Gave the idea that the Earth spinned on an axis

2.2.3. Gave the largest contribution to Chemistry

2.3. Important People

2.3.1. Alkindus- First man to study Earth Science

2.3.2. Avicenna- proposed the ideas of velocity and momentum

2.3.3. ibn al-Haytham- Explained vision and light