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B1 Part 1 B1 Lesson 5 Pathogens and Aseptic Technique B1 Lesson 7 How microbes make us ill and how the body protects itself
Year 9

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B1.1.2 How our bodies defend themselves

B1 Lesson 6 Semmelweiss
f Semmelweiss recognised the importance of hand- washing to reduce the spread of infection. Describe the work of Semmelweiss and link to results of class investigations.

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f) Semmelweiss recognised the importance of hand-washing in the prevention of spreading some infectious diseases. By insisting that doctors washed their hands before examining patients, he greatly reduced the number of deaths from infectious diseases in his hospital.

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Nelson ThornesEdit

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Harper CollinsEdit

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