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You must have heard the story of Florence Nightingale, who started the Nobel Nursing Service. Tales of his services will also be heard. But have you heard the story of people saving lives because of the ability of mathematics? It is a shocking thing. Let us tell you this anecdote of Florence Nightingale, the Genius of Mathematics, on the occasion of International Nurses Day and the 184th Birthday of Florence Nightingale today.

According to nineteenth century tradition, the nightingale’s family went on a trip to Eurof in the year 1837. At that time this tour was considered to be very important for the education of children. Florence was very fond of playing with numbers. Therefore, she used to write in her diary the population of every country and city, number of hospitals and institutions of charity and welfare throughout the journey.

In view of Nightingale’s interest in mathematics, he was sent to tuition for better training in mathematics. Florence’s mother was strongly against it. During his journey to Europe, he said a strange thing, due to which his parents got very upset. He said, God has ordered me to serve humanity. But they did not give me information about how I can serve humanity.

Florence decided to become a nurse in 1844 to serve the people. She insisted on going to Salisbury to take up nursing training. But his parents did not allow him to do this. Florence used to visit hospitals in Rome, London and Paris, against her parents. Despite all the efforts, the nightingale did not agree to marry until 1850. He said that God had chosen him for some other work.

After years of hard work, in 1853, Florence had the opportunity to become head of nursing at Harley Street Hospital in London. The war of Crimea also started in the same year. Reports of the plight of British military hospitals began to emerge. Sydney Herbert, Britain’s then war minister, knew the nightingale. So he asked Nightingale to go to the Military Hospital in Scutari, Turkey with 38 nurses.

Women were inducted into the military for the first time in Britain. Florence hired her fellow nurse as soon as she arrived at the military hospital. They arranged for the food and clothing of the soldiers. This was the first time in the history of Britain when soldiers were being held with so much respect. Despite all the efforts of Florence, the death toll of soldiers was increasing.

In the spring of 1855, the British Government sent a sanitary commission to take stock of the hospital. The investigation found that the Barak Hospital was constructed over a sewer. Because of which the soldiers were getting dirty water to drink. As a result, all hospitals were cleaned and the number of deaths started to decrease. During this time, thousands of fans became flabbergasted after publishing a photo of Florence holding a torch in his hand. Because of this picture, she became famous as ‘The Lady with the Lamp’.

In 1859 Florence published her book Notes on Nursing and Notes on Hospitals. In 1860, the British Government established a nursing school named after Florence. Because of Florence’s work, the profession of nurses and the look and feel of hospitals began to change. Everybody started looking at the nurses with respect.

According to media reports, Florence suffered a germ attack of brucellosis in Crimea. Because of this, he started having high fever, depression and body pain. She started getting weaker. But his resolve was still firm. They continued to fight for the reform of healthcare with the help of data. He explained to people from his book Notes on Nursing how they can help each other in illness. So that everyone, rich or poor, gets well soon from the disease.

Britain began working towards the National Health Service because of Florence’s mission. Florence Nightingale was also associated with a campaign to improve the health of British soldiers in India. During this, he emphasized on the supply of clean water in India. At that time, the famine conditions in India were similar to those of the Turkish Scutari. Reports about the state of India were sent to Florence until 1906 and they continued to improve the conditions of India. India is also a debtor to Florence Nightingale. Florence Nightingale died at the age of 90 in 1910.

You must have heard the story of Florence Nightingale, who started the Nobel Nursing Service. Tales of his services will also be heard. But have you heard the story of people saving lives because of the ability of mathematics? It is a shocking thing. Let us tell you this anecdote of Florence Nightingale, the Genius of Mathematics, on the occasion of International Nurses Day and the 184th Birthday of Florence Nightingale today.

According to nineteenth century tradition, the nightingale’s family went on a trip to Eurof in the year 1837. At that time this tour was considered to be very important for the education of children. Florence was very fond of playing with numbers. Therefore, she used to write in her diary the population of every country and city, number of hospitals and institutions of charity and welfare throughout the journey.

In view of Nightingale’s interest in mathematics, he was sent to tuition for better training in mathematics. Florence’s mother was strongly against it. During his journey to Europe, he said a strange thing, due to which his parents got very upset. He said, God has ordered me to serve humanity. But they did not give me information about how I can serve humanity.

Florence decided to become a nurse in 1844 to serve the people. She insisted on going to Salisbury to take up nursing training. But his parents did not allow him to do this. Florence used to visit hospitals in Rome, London and Paris, against her parents. Despite all the efforts, the nightingale did not agree to marry until 1850. He said that God had chosen him for some other work.

After years of hard work, in 1853, Florence had the opportunity to become head of nursing at Harley Street Hospital in London. The war of Crimea also started in the same year. Reports of the plight of British military hospitals began to emerge. Sydney Herbert, Britain’s then war minister, knew the nightingale. So he asked Nightingale to go to the Military Hospital in Scutari, Turkey with 38 nurses.

Women were inducted into the military for the first time in Britain. Florence hired her fellow nurse as soon as she arrived at the military hospital. They arranged for the food and clothing of the soldiers. This was the first time in the history of Britain when soldiers were being held with so much respect. Despite all the efforts of Florence, the death toll of soldiers was increasing.

In the spring of 1855, the British Government sent a sanitary commission to take stock of the hospital. The investigation found that the Barak Hospital was constructed over a sewer. Because of which the soldiers were getting dirty water to drink. As a result, all hospitals were cleaned and the number of deaths started to decrease. During this time, thousands of fans became flabbergasted after publishing a photo of Florence holding a torch in his hand. Because of this picture, she became famous as ‘The Lady with the Lamp’.

In 1859 Florence published her book Notes on Nursing and Notes on Hospitals. In 1860, the British Government established a nursing school named after Florence. Because of Florence’s work, the profession of nurses and the look and feel of hospitals began to change. Everybody started looking at the nurses with respect.

According to media reports, Florence suffered a germ attack of brucellosis in Crimea. Because of this, he started having high fever, depression and body pain. She started getting weaker. But his resolve was still firm. They continued to fight for the reform of healthcare with the help of data. He explained to people from his book Notes on Nursing how they can help each other in illness. So that everyone, rich or poor, gets well soon from the disease.

Britain began working towards the National Health Service because of Florence’s mission. Florence Nightingale was also associated with a campaign to improve the health of British soldiers in India. During this, he emphasized on the supply of clean water in India. At that time, the famine conditions in India were similar to those of the Turkish Scutari. Reports about the state of India were sent to Florence until 1906 and they continued to improve the conditions of India. India is also a debtor to Florence Nightingale. Florence Nightingale died at the age of 90 in 1910.

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