Ivan Petrovich Pavlov

The activities of separate organs of digestion Pavlov not considered completely independent from each other: he showed that these bodies are part of the whole, so associated in their activities with each other, which is consistent progress in the digestive process.
In 1897, out of print "lectures on the work of the main digestive glands". In "Lectures" I. P. Pavlov bright and exciting, in a simple and accessible form presented the main facts of physiology of digestion, produced on dogs by him and his staff, and analyzed in detail. Through the "Lecture" runs the idea of importance of physiology for practical medicine and the importance of clinical observations for physiologists. Pavlov stressed the great role of scientific contact physiologist and physician. "Deeply believe, " said Ivan Petrovitch, concluding his lecture, " that only a heavy exchange of indications physiologist and physician will be achieved most quickly and true purpose of physiology, as knowledge, and medicine, as applied science".
The findings of I. P. Pavlov, brought him worldwide fame. The first of our compatriots - physiologists and physicians - he was awarded the highest for that time awards scientist, Nobel prize "in recognition of his work on the physiology of digestion, - said in an honorary diploma, - as he works in significant parts has reinvented and expanded information in this area."
In honor diploma, however, poorly assessed the merits of Ivan Petrovich. Essentially, he did not "reinvented", and created the physiology of digestion, making clear the entire digestive process in General and some important details. The work of Ivan Petrovich in the field of physiology of digestion has created a solid theoretical Foundation for clinic of diseases of digestive organs.
It was in October 1904, at a time when the core interests of I. P. Pavlov was already outside the questions of digestion. However, in the center of his attention remained salivary gland, but not the digestive value of this body was interested now a scientist. New, wide horizons opened before the eyes brilliant scientist and doctor, and salivary gland was the key of remarkable discoveries.

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