|Titel:||Ibn Sina (Avicenna) Father of Modern Medecine: History of Science and Medicine|
|Autor:||Ali Keyhani, Samira Torkaman|
Ibn Sina is called the father of modern medicine for establishing a clinical practice. His clinical practice based on experiments and regarding every patient unique and recognizing that health of the body is intertwined with the science of behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience as well as thoughts. Some of his best-known works include a book of salvation, the canon of medicine, his work on healing, and divine wisdom. His significant contribution to medical science was his famous book the Canon of Medicine that is an immense encyclopedia of medicine extending over a million words. It presents entire medical knowledge available from ancient. The Canon of Medicine expanded the work Hippocrates, a Greek physician, who is considered as the "Father of Medicine" in recognition of his lasting contributions to the field as the founder of the Hippocratic School of Medicine. Ibn Sina also follows the works of Galen , a Greek physician of Roman times and Razi.