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John Collins Warren, Surgeon of Ether Day, Entered Sulphuric Ether into The Pharmacopoeia of the Massachusetts Medical Society in 1808

Published:October 13, 2017DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.janh.2017.09.007

      Abstract

      John Collins Warren, the surgeon of Ether Day in 1846 at Massachusetts General Hospital, entered sulphuric ether into the nationally recognized Massachusetts pharmacopeia of 1808.

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