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Joseph Lister

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For centuries, surgeons saw no need to wash their hands or wear clean clothes during operations. As a result, many patients died of blood poisoning and gangrene after germs had infected their wounds. A famous doctor Joseph Lister (1827-1912) pioneered the use of antiseptics in surgery by spraying carbolic acid in operating theatres.

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