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PHM 111 History of Pharmacy

Across
Person who assists the pharmacist at the front counter of the pharmacy; the person who accepts payment for medications
The symbol of the medical profession; it is a wingless staff with on snake wrapped around it
The science and art dealing with the maintenance of health and the prevention, alleviation, or cure of disease
A type of segmented worm with suckers that attaches to the skin of a host and engorges itself on the host's blood
Pharmacies in a hospital or institutional setting
An analgesic that is made from the poppy plant
Latin term for pharmacist; also, a place where drugs are sold
Any agent that binds to opioid receptors
A practice of making an opening in the head to allow disease to leave the body
Down
Person who assists a pharmacist by filling prescriptions and performing other nondiscretionary tasks
A person who holds a high place of honor in a tribe as a healer and spiritual mediator
Often confused as the symbol of the medical field; it is a staff with two entwined snakes and two wings at the top
An oath taken by physicians concerning the ethics and practice of medicine
The practice of draining blood
Issues a national exam for pharmacy technicians
A place where drugs are sold
Fly larvae that feed on dead tissue; used in medicine to clean wounds not responding to routine antibiotics
Person who dispenses drugs and counsels patients on medication use and any interactions it may have with food or other drugs