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library contents | ECG axis | ECG history | ECGs by Example Find out how electrocuting chickens (1775), getting laboratory assistants to put their hands in buckets of saline (1887), taking the ECG of a horses and then observing their open heart surgey (1912), induction of indiscriminate angina attacks (1931), and hypothermic dogs (1953) have helped to improve our understanding of the ECG as a clinical tool. William Gilbert, Physician to Queen Elizabeth I, President of the College of Physicians (before its Royal Charter), and creator of the 'magnetic philosophy' introduces the term 'electrica' for objects (insulators) that hold static electricity.He derived the word from the Greek for amber (electra).Swammerdam's ideas were not widely known and his work was not published until after his death.However, he wrote many letters and his friend, Nicolaus Steno, did attack the Cartesian ideas in a lecture in Paris in 1665.It was known from ancient times that amber when rubbed could lift light materials.
Scullin, director of Baylor’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory and assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience, in a news release.
[On the Magnet, Magnetic Bodies, and the Great Magnet of the Earth] 1600Sir Thomas Browne, Physician, whilst writing to dispel popular ignorance in many matters, is the first to use the word 'electricity'.
Browne calls the attractive force "Electricity, that is, a power to attract strawes or light bodies, and convert the needle freely placed".
Previous research has shown writing about worries can help someone quickly get to sleep, but is there a specific type of writing that’s more effective?
A group of researchers from Baylor University set out to answer that question.