History Surgery 1845-1918

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1847

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Simpson, Chloroform

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1846

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Morton, Ether.

Lister also uses Ether during an amputation.

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1848

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Hannah Greener dies during surgery under Chloroform.

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1853

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Queen Victoria uses Chloroform during childbirth.

'That blessed Chloroform'

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1861

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Pasteurs Germ Theory published.

Helps major breakthroughs in surgery!

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1867

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Lister uses Carbolic Acid.

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1877

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Lister becomes Professor of Surgery at Kings College Hospital and publishes his ideas about antiseptics.

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1878

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Koch develops steam steriliser.

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1901

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Landsteiner identifies blood groups.

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1916

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Rous and Turner develop a way of storing blood.

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1895

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Rontegen, discovers X-Rays.

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1905

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Novocaine is developed and used as a general anaesthetic.

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1848

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Snow invents Chloroform inhaler.

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1915

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Richard Lewisohn, found that adding Sodium Citrate stopped blood from clotting meaning blood donor didn't have to present and more transfusions could be carried out.

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