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Developmental history of pediatrics in Turkestan

Author: TAGAEV MAMARAZAK, AKHMEDOVA MUBORAK, KARIMOVA MIYASSAR
Abstract: The article describes that the science of medicine has been developing in Central Asia since ancient times, and the great scholar Abu Ali ibn Sino was one of the founders of pediatrics in this field, and later the science of pediatrics was studied in the mid-nineteenth century. The author notes that folk medicine is widespread in Central Asia, of which fractures are popularly referred to as "traumatized", "breaker", "master". They have a good comprehension of human anatomy and physiology, know the location of bones and their structure, joints, blood vessels, and draw attention to diet without the use of any special equipment and apparatus during the treatment process. In Turkestan, the colonial policy of the Russian Empire neglected the living conditions of the local population, especially the health of children, and the Soviet state in Turkestan tried to regulate the health care system on the basis of its political ideology.
Keyword: smallpox, measles, epilepsy, pediatrics, physiological, pathological, diagnosis, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, fracture, "traumatic", "breaker", "master".
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.097
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