Besser Victor Vilibaldovich( Privy Councilor, Ordinary Professor of Medical-Surgical Academy)
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son of a famous professor of botany in Kiev, Vilibalda Gotlibovicha Besser, born March 24, 1825, Mr.. in Kremenets, Volyn province, died on April 15 1890. St. Petersburg. Having completed the course in the first classical school in Kiev, Besser joined the 1 st Department of Philosophy Faculty of Kiev University, which finished in 1845. the degree of the candidate and the title of a home tutor. Later, however, the year he took advantage of the newly established scholarship Willie Baronet and entered the Medical Faculty of Moscow University. In 1854, Mr.. Besser he graduated with honors and was sent abroad, for improvements for three years. There he worked mainly at Virchow rokitansky carefully studied the foreign mineral waters, and returned to Russia in 1855, received his doctorate in medicine, defended Moscow's thesis: "De therapeutica aquarum mineralium actione". That same year, Besser was assigned as a mentor of young physicians to the 1 st overland (now Nikolaev) hospital, and shortly afterwards began to lecture at a military hospital for students of 5-th year medical-surgical academy. In 1860, Mr.. Besser was unanimously elected Professor of the Academy for the Department of General Pathology, diagnosis and therapy clinic. Teaching he gave his possible visualization, and on his initiative at the Department of General diagnosis was established by the laboratory in which students and doctors are acquainted with new ways to study disease. Of the young doctors who worked there under his leadership, we can mention pr. Manaseina, Subbotina, Nasilova, Stolnikova, Zasetskii, Tomas, Kostyurin. In 1879, Mr.. under 25 years of training activities Besser, and he was appointed as an advisory member of the military medical committee, which took place until his death in April 1890. His love for young people and science Besser clearly displayed, donating more than 100 000 rubles. the establishment of scholarships at universities and high schools. Of the printed works Besser, . except dissertation, . are: several reports on foreign travel, . "Heating and ventilation of hospitals; report on the second overland military hospital; treatise" On indigestion "and a series of critical articles in the published Dr. Khan's" Library of Medical Sciences,
. In addition, Besser participated in the wording of the Military-Medical Journal. His son, Ludwig V., born in 1859, Mr.. in Dresden, MD, University of Dorpat, in charge of health laboratories in the Nicholas Military Hospital in St. Petersburg. Print: "Microbes sapraemia" and "Microbes gnoekroviya" (1888), "Uber die Bacterien der normalen Luftwege" (1889) and various articles in medical journals. At the 10 th International Congress of Physicians in Berlin (1890) Besser made a report on mortality in Russia for 12 years ( "Ueber die Sterblichkeit, Lebenswarscheinlichkeit, Sterbenwarscheinlichkeit und Lebenswartung fur Russland, 1873 - 84").