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"Unveiling the Wonders of Anaesthetic: A Journey through Time and Science" Inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718

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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718
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Anaesthetic Collection: Horace Wells / Anaesthetic
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Anaesthetic Collection: Simpson researching anaesthetics, 1840s
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic room med01_01_0380
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Anaesthetic Collection: An incident in man's fight with pain (litho)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Polar Bear {Ursus maritimus} 3 / 4-months cubs peeking over mother who has been anaesthetised
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Anaesthetic Collection: Morton fait la premiere application de l ether sulfurique pour une operation chirurgicale
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Anaesthetic Collection: Marie Jean Pierre Flourens, from Les Merveilles de la Science, published c
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Anaesthetic Collection: Le baquet de Mesmer (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Le reve d un etherise (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Operation Chirurgicale Apres Anesthesie (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Use of anaesthetics in dentistry, Paris, France 1885
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Anaesthetic Collection: Punch cartoon: Benjamin Ward Richardson, English physician (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Experiment of Horace Wells, for the extraction of a tooth (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Jackson experimente sur lui-meme l action de l ether sulfurique (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Suicide d Horace Wels, l un des inventeurs de l anesthesie chirurgicale (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Mort de Hannah Greener, pendant l inspiration des vapeurs de chloroforme (engraving)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Hua Tuo (colour litho)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Experiences de Humphry Davy sur l inspiration du gaz protoxyde d azote a l Institution pneumatique
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Anaesthetic Collection: Page from Surgical instrument catalogue, c. 1900: Anaesthetic apparatus (litho)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Instrument for administering ether to anaesthetize a patient
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Anaesthetic Collection: Mask for administering ether to anaesthetize a patient, from a medical manual by
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Anaesthetic Collection: The first public demonstration of surgical anesthesia, at the Massachusetts General Hospital
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Anaesthetic Collection: Nikolay Pirogov (1810-1881), Russian doctor, scientist, surgeon and anatomist (b / w photo)
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Anaesthetic Collection: The Benefactors of Mankind, plate depicting Great Inventions
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Anaesthetic Collection: 2619149; out of copyright
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Anaesthetic Collection: 2619146; out of copyright
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Anaesthetic Collection: The Absolute Kings Forced to Swallow the Pill of the Constitution, 1848 (litho)
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Anaesthetic Collection: Picture No. 10763777
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Anaesthetic Collection: Amputation of leg without anaesthetic. Surgeon uses bow-saw to remove leg blow the
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Anaesthetic Collection: James Young Simpson, having experimented on himself with chloroform, found unconcious
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Anaesthetic Collection: Samuel Latham Mitchill (1764-1831), American scientist, physician and politician
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Anaesthetic Collection: Cattle farming, bottle of anaesthetic for epidural into recipient cows during embryo transfer
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Anaesthetic Collection: Cattle farming, filling syringe from bottle of anaesthetic for epidural into recipient cows during
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Anaesthetic Collection: 19th century medical inventions, including early syringes, sphygmomanometer, Letheon ether inhaler
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Anaesthetic Collection: Administering anaesthetic
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Anaesthetic Collection: Re-enactment of first anaesthesia, 1850
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Anaesthetic Collection: Jacksons ether experiment
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Anaesthetic Collection: Ketamine drug molecule
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Anaesthetic Collection: Hannah Greener and Chloroform
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Anaesthetic Collection: Inhalation Apparatus
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Anaesthetic Collection: Ketamine drug binding to ion channel
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Anaesthetic Collection: Ketamine drug, molecular model
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6723
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6722
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6720
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6721
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Anaesthetic Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6719


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"Unveiling the Wonders of Anaesthetic: A Journey through Time and Science" Inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718, anaesthetics have revolutionized medical procedures by inducing temporary loss of sensation. The story begins with Horace Wells, whose discovery in the early 19th century led to the birth of modern anaesthesia. During the 1840s, Simpson dedicated himself to researching anaesthetics, paving the way for their widespread use. Before and after images of cosmetic surgery showcase how these substances have transformed surgical outcomes and patient experiences. Humphry Davy, an English chemist, played a crucial role in understanding the effects of nitrous oxide as an anaesthetic agent. His groundbreaking experiments laid a foundation for future advancements in this field. Step into an anaesthetic room med01_01_0380; it is here that medical professionals administer these powerful substances with utmost care and precision. These rooms serve as sanctuaries where patients find solace before undergoing complex surgeries or procedures. Even animals benefit from anaesthesia's touch - adorable polar bear cubs peek over their mother who has been safely put under its influence. This technique ensures their well-being during veterinary interventions without causing distress or pain. Travel back in time to witness historical moments like accusations of witchcraft during medieval times when individuals endured torture without showing signs of sensitivity. Similarly, sixteenth-century amputations were performed without any form of numbing agents available at that time. Fast forward to Morton's pioneering application of sulfuric ether for surgical operations at Boston Hospital - a breakthrough moment captured in engravings forever etched into history books. Marie Jean Pierre Flourens further contributed to our understanding by exploring various aspects related to this remarkable field. Lastly, explore mesmerizing engravings depicting Mesmer's baquet – showcasing alternative methods used before formalised anaesthesia was established – highlighting humanity's relentless pursuit towards relieving pain and suffering.