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Sergey Petrovich Botkin (1832-1889) was a famous Russian clinician,
therapist, and activist, one of the founders of modern Russian
medical science and education. He introduced triage, pathological
anatomy, and post mortem diagnostics into Russian medical practice.
At the age of 29, in 1861, he became a Professor of Therapeutical
clinics department and created the first experimental and
analytical medical laboratory in Russia. In 1873, he was designated
the "leib-medic" and elected the President of the Society of
Russian medics in St. Petersburg. In 1886, Botkin headed the
Commission of Health of Russia's population, concerning high
mortality rates in both peace- and wartime. Botkin Hospital is
named after him.
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