- Alzheimer's disease by Alois Alzheimer
- Prontosil by Gerhard Domagk
- Aspirin by Felix Hoffmann and Arthur Eichengrün
- Adhesive bandage by Paul Carl Beiersdorf
- Eucerit and Labello
- Pressure-sensitive tape by company Beiersdorf
- Cardiac catheterization by Werner Forssmann
- X-ray tube
- tubercle bacillus by Robert Koch
- Vibrio cholera by Robert Koch
- Koch's postulates by Robert Koch
- microscopic pathology by Rudolf Virchow
- diphtheria antitoxin by Emil Adolf von Behring
- Luria–Delbrück experiment by Max Delbrück (together with Luria)
- Arsphenamine by Paul Ehrlich (together with Hata)
- Intramedullary rod by Gerhard Küntscher
- Alcohol thermometer by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
- Homeopathy, discovered by Samuel Hahnemann
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“God isnt compatible with machinery and scientific medicine and universal happiness. You must make your choice. Our civilization has chosen machinery and medicine and happiness.”
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