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Leeches (17th and 18th century)
1.using the European medicinal leech. 2. Enticed to bloodletting spot with a drop of milk or blood. 3. Leech would drop off by itself after it was engorged (about an hr)
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Venesection (17th and 18th century)
1.using a sharp lancet-type tool to pierce the vein and make it bleed. 2. used to reduce ever or produce a faint so an expectant mother would deliver her baby by the time she recovered
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Cupping (17th and 18th century)
1.required practice so patients were not frightened away. 2. Involved the application of heated suction apparatus called the ”cup” to the skin to draw the blood to the surface before serving the capillaries in that area by making a series of parallel incisions with lancet
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