Victorians: History | Health, Disease and Medicine

  • Lesson 10 of 17

Year 5

Year 6

SKU: T56IL4014010

At the start of the 19th century you were more likely to die in a hospital than be cured in one. Find out how this changed in the Victorian era thanks to the work of some extraordinary people and how advances in medical care (such as antiseptics, anaesthetics and better nursing standards) helped to reduce death rates from some gruesome diseases.
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