Today it would be treated with antibiotics and eradicticated without a problem, however in the past they didn't know about germs and antibiotics so they couldn't find a cure for it, which is why it killed so many people.
They didn't treat patients with the plague, for fear of catching it themselves.
There is a vacine that can cure the Bubonic plague that we have developed today. It can treat the plague and prevent it as well.
By rubbing toads on it, they thought that the toad might get the plague
There were many ways that doctors attempted to treat the plague. Many doctors used blood letting as treatment for example.
Unfortunately they couldn't treat the plague properly in the middle ages. They used to treat it with oil, lavender scent. They used a special suit which looked like a crow. If someone was diagnosed with the plague. They shut them in their house with the people they lived with. There was around 600 funerals a day. :(
They tried to treat the plague by cutting open the skin and letting the blood leak out. They thought that the blood was the reason for the black boils on the skin.
the black plague hope this helps:}i think this is the answer.
No one ever treated bubonic plague like a joke.
it is no known how to cure it
People did not know how to stop the plague. They tried things that smelled good: spices and herbs. But nothing really did help.
Antibiotics are very effective when administered early on.
No, we now know the bubonic plague was caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis that we have antibiotics to treat.
They currently use antibiotics with good success.
the black plauge is dead
. they sat in a sewer . they strapped chickens bottoms to the buboes
thye did not do anything
Several classes of antibiotics are effective in treating bubonic plague.These include aminoglycosides such as streptomycin and gentamicin, tetracyclines (especially doxycycline), and the fluoroquinolone ciprofloxacin.
Antibiotics such as streptomycin, gentamicin, doxycycline, or ciprofloxacin are used to treat plague. Oxygen,intravenousfluids, and respiratory support usually are also needed...
Doctors used available medicines to treat Black Death. But none was 100% effective.
They would put leaches on the victim. they believed that the leaches would suck the plague out of the blood. or they just let the victim bleed. this often made the victim die faster
at the time they did not have accurate medicines. They treated it with vinegar bath, blood vein cutting etc.
there were people who were called the nuns and the merchants, used to treat others with herbs
Stay protected and stay safe. Use sensitization methods and anti bacterial.
Back then, people tried to treat it every way they knew how-leeches, bleeding, sweating, and herbs.