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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Smith, Truman, 1791-1884.
Inquiry into the origin of modern anaesthesia.
Hartford : Brown and Gross, 1867
|Named Person:||Horace Wells; W T G Morton; Charles T Jackson; Henry Wilson|
|Material Type:||Biography, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||"The papers constituting this examination were, with the exception of the last chapter, originally published as communications in "The Medical and Surgical Reporter," at Philadelphia, under the 'nom de plume' of 'A Lover of Truth and Justice, ' and are now re-published with a view to a more extended circulation"--P. .
"Life of Horace Wells, M.D." by P.W. Ellsworth, M.D.: p. -13.
Includes a history of the controversy over the discovery of anesthesia by the claimants W.T.G. Morton, Horace Wells, and Charles T. Jackson, with letters, and testimonials on Wells' behalf, a Senate report of the Hon. Henry Wilson, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, an addendum and an appendix with letters and case studies.
Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
|Description:||1 online resource (165 p.,  leaf of plates) : port.|
|Other Titles:||Modern anaesthesia
Sabin Americana, 1500-1926.
|Responsibility:||by Truman Smith.|
- Wells, Horace, -- 1815-1848.
- Morton, W. T. G. -- (William Thomas Green), -- 1819-1868.
- Jackson, Charles T. -- (Charles Thomas), -- 1805-1880.
- Wilson, Henry, -- 1812-1875.
- Anesthetics -- United States -- History.
- Anesthetics -- Case studies -- United States.
- Anesthesia -- History.