Season 185 - Day 9 of 14
This British surgeon, born in 1827, is hailed as the father of modern antisepsis. He pioneered the use of carbolic acid to sterilize surgical instruments and clean wounds, significantly reducing post-operative infections.
His methods transformed surgical practices in the late 19th century, laying the foundations for modern aseptic techniques.
Who is this revolutionary figure in medical science?
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