Chistovich Jacob A.( large domestic scientist-hygienist)
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Biography Chistovich Jacob A.
(1820-1885 gg.) - A major domestic scientist-hygienist, a forensic physician and historian of medicine. In 1843, Mr.. graduated from the St. Petersburg Medical-Surgical Academy, then served as a doctor in the Baltic region. In 1848, Mr.. defended his doctoral dissertation on hepatitis. He worked as an intern, assistant chief Dr Petersburg military hospital, and since 1857. - Professor of Forensic Medicine and Hygiene AIC. From 1871 to 1875. - Head of the Medico-Surgical Academy. Author of more than 300 scientific publications, including hygiene. Founder of Russia's first independent department of hygiene. Great contribution to the history of medicine is its historical and medical works, based on archival documents. He was editor of the "Military-medical journal" journal "Friend of health", from 1861 to 1871. published and edited the "Medical Journal. He is the author of: "Russian medicine and Russian doctors" (St. Petersburg, . 1851), . "Old Russian lechebnik and herbalists (St. Petersburg, . 1852), . "Sketches from the history of Russian medical institutions of the eighteenth century" (St. Petersburg, . 1870), . "The history of the first medical schools in Russia (St. Petersburg, . 1883).,