Three medals struck in honor of the opening of the Portuguese Museum of Anesthesiology are displayed.

A compelling and delightfully written discussion about the Wood-Library Musuem of Anesthesiology and the obligation to support libraries and museums.

An extensively written discussion of the origin and meaning of the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology iconography.

History and components of the library pointing out highlights such as collections include 25% of the Japanese anesthesia books published between 1796-2008, making it Japan’s largest collection, with the exception of the National Diet Library of Japan.

Commentary on an issue that describes the journey traveled by the Japanese Society of Anesthesiology in establishing a world-class museum together with an archives facility and library.