Zur Vorgeschichte, Gründung und Wirksamkeit des Dresdner Collegium medico-chirurgicum (1748–1813)

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This compilation refers to the springs, prehistory, foundation and effectiveness of the oldest surgical school in Saxony. This institute for second-rate physicians, surgeons and barbers was necessary because especially the military medicine and the medical practice turned out to be a weak spot. The „Collegium medico-chirurgicum (1748–1813) in Dresden had disposed of the first clinical hospital with lessons at the sickbed, the first maternity ward and the first dental-surgery lectureship in Saxony. it was an exemplary and guiding educational establishment which did not belong to the university but connected theory and practice sometimes better than the universities
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