Sergei Botkin( Professor therapist)
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Biography Sergei Botkin
son of Sergei Petrovich Botkin. Born in 1859, Mr.. Paris. After graduating from the course in St. Petersburg. University, admitted to the Military Medical Academy. Abandoned by competition at the Academy, he studied clinical medicine at the clinic S.P. Botkin. Protection in 1888. dissertation "The influence of rubidium and cesium salts on the heart and blood circulation in connection with the legality of the alkali metals, went abroad, where he worked under the guidance of Reklingauzena, Flyugge, Koch, attended the clinic of Leiden, Naunina and Gerhard. In 1892, after returning from abroad, was elected head of the department of urban barracks Botkin Hospital and received a privat-docent Academy, and in 1896. elected professor of the newly established department of bacteriology and infectious diseases. In 1898, Mr.. moved to appoint full professor academic therapy clinic, which was occupied by his father. Carried away by the arts and music, gathered valuable collections of art works, and was elected a permanent member of the Academy of Arts. He took part in Russian-Japanese war as a commissioner of the Red Cross. Died in 1910. Because of his scientific works, except the dissertation, the most valuable: "On the gastric juice in scurvy" ( "Clinical Weekly newspaper, 1889);" Eine einfache Methode zur Isolierung anaerober Bacterien "(" Arch. fur Hygienne ", 1890, t. IX); "Ueber einen bacillus butyricus" (ibid., 1892, t. 11), "On the pathology of cholera (" Hospital Newspaper Botkin, 1892), "On the immunity," 1894; "The Manchurian fever" (report on the first congress of physicians in Moscow) and a number of works on leykotsitolize. - Wed. biography in Russian doctor, 1910, N 11.