Contributions of Muslim Doctors to Islamic Heritage Ibn al-Bitar as model


Medicine in the Al-Jahiliya was a primitive medicine confined to experiments inherited among individuals. The Arabs were interested in the work of Greek doctors and ancient Romans, such as Hippocrates, Galenos and Descaridos, whom the Syriacs had transferred to their language in a school. Who fled to escape the persecution of the Byzantine emperors of the Nestorian doctrine which they embraced. With the beginning of the Abbasid period, it developed after the Arabs began to transfer medical science directly from their Greek sources, after they knew what was in the Syriac translations, bringing the medicine that developed in the Golden Age of Islam, and written in Arabic, which was the language of common communication in the time of Islamic civilization The medical industry, because the disease is a punishment from God that should not be paid by the person who deserves it, a belief that prevailed in the West Muslims began to develop a medical system based on scientific analysis People began to believe in the importance of health sciences, Medicine, Counting the science of medicine from a broader fields of life sciences, which was Muslim scholars in which prominent contributions throughout the eras of civilization, were those contributions to an unprecedented comprehensive and unique and a course correction; it appears as the beginning of this timeless contributions if the medicine was not before the Muslim civilization !! Creativity was not only limited to the treatment of diseases, but also extended to the establishment of an experimental approach reflected a genuine high-end and the wonderful effects on all aspects of medical practice.