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

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Ibn al-Haitham 965-1039 C.E.

Scientific Method

Developed books on vision

Analytical Geometry

Jabir Ibn Hayyan 721- 815 C.E.

Discovered acids

Sulfuric

Hydrochloric

Nitric

Discovered Elements

Arsenic

Antimony

Bismuth

Muhammad Bin Musa Al-Khwarizmi

Founded the branch of Mathematics we call "Algebra."

Founded the Mathematical concept we call "Algorithim."

Introduced the usage of zero as a place-holder

Ibn Sina 980-1037 C.E.

Produced 16 medicinal works, basically versified treatises on various topics

hygienic precepts, proved remedies

Wrote Qunan which, was very advanced for the time

Diseases spread by water/soil

Speaks on the conditions of an intestinal worm

Importance of diet/environment and affect on an individual's health life

The use of surigical oral anaesthetics.

Had interesting private life

At one point included partying, drinking wine, and lots of women

Al-Razi (865-930)

Measles, Small Pox, Balanced Diet

Founded a hospital

His nine volume book "Hawi" was used as textbooks at one point

Az-Zaharawi

Produced book of instructions pertaining to surigical instruments

Used in Europe till the 16th century