Documento. La Escuela Salernitana. Primera escuela médica medieval, localizada en la cuidad de Salerno, región de Campania, Italia. Fue la mayor fuente de conocimiento medico de Europa en su tiempo. Algunos autores la llaman la primera universidad de Europa.
"The Medieval period in Europe lasted from about 476 CE to 1450 CE. This was between the Classical Antiquity and the Renaissance. During the Middle Ages, cures for many common ailments were both realistic and far-fetched to the point of absurdity. It is these absurd cures that fascinate many people. This was because the ailments of women typically dealt with menstruation, sexual intercourse, contraceptives, preganacy, and other miscellaneous common occurrences."
This text is an analysis of a preventive medical work, Liber de conservanda sanitate, composed in the thirteenth century by the Portuguese physician and doctor, Peter of Spain (?1210-1277). His work enables us to look at the conceptions of health and hygiene and understand the social role of university physicians in medieval preventive medicine. The work constantly displays the notion of the balance in corporal health between internal elements, or natural things (complexion, for example), and external ones, or non-natural things (air, sleep, exercise, food, baths,passions of the soul).
"En la Edad Media, la artrosis aún no era uno de los centros de interés importantes de la medicina, que progresivamente estaba reuniendo sus conocimientos, creando escuelas y empezando a desmarcarse de las otras ciencias."
"Entre los siglos IX y XI se desarrollaron unos extensos episodios de "peste" medieval más temida incluso que la propia lepra. Fue la llamada "Fuego del Infierno" o "Fuego de San Antón" consistente en la aparición de gangrena seca en las extremidades."
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