- •FW Hewitt taught oxygenating nitrous-oxide anesthetics and maintaining airway patency.
- •SJ Hayes warned of insanity after administering unoxygenated nitrous-oxide anesthesia.
- •GH Savage published many cases of post-anesthetic insanity admitted to mental asylums.
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