[Health care in Western Europe in the late 18th century, as reported in Sámuel Cseh-Szombaty's travel journal].

Medical doctors working in Hungary and Transylvania were all trained abroad before the medical faculty of the University of Nagyszombat was founded in 1769. Most Roman Catholic medical students were trained in Vienna and Italy, whereas Protestants in Germany, The Netherlands, and Switzerland. In the 18th century a total of 500 Hungarian medical students… CONTINUE READING