The Evolution Of Pharmacy From Past To Present DayRupert Hargreaves
The Evolution Of Pharmacy From Past To Present Day from coynecollege.edu.
Pharmacy is a recognized part of medical practice dating as far back as Sumerian times, around 2,000 to 1,500 BC, from which cuneiform tablets have been preserved recording prescribed medications. Additionally, a number of ancient Egyptian papyri were introduced on the theoretical aspects of the practice.
Among the best known early pharmacists came around 400 BC. Diocles of Carystus was a Greek member of the “rhizotomoi,” a specialized branch of medical experts on the . . .
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