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Horace Wells, dentist, father of surgical anesthesia
American Dental Association. Horace Wells Centenary Committee.
|Statement||compiled by the editor, for the Horace Wells Centenary Committee of the American Dental Association.|
|Contributions||Gies, William John, 1872-1956, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 415 p. :|
|Number of Pages||415|
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Horace Wells†1 (–) (), a dentist in Hartford, Connecticut, was a pioneer in the use of nitrous oxide to prevent pain during dental and surgical generally accepted description of events relating to this “discovery” is that on DecemWells and his wife, Elizabeth (–) (), attended a “Grand Exhibition” of nitrous oxide by Gardner Q.
Colton Cited by: By Emily E. Gifford. In the early 19th century Hartford dentists Horace Wells and William Morton played instrumental roles in the development of anesthesia for dental and other medical applications. Horace Wells, born in Hartford, Vermont, and educated in Boston, began his practice in Hartford, Connecticut, in and quickly rose to prominence.
Horace Wells, Dentist; Father of Surgical Anesthesia [Gies, William J., ed] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Horace Wells, Dentist; Father of Surgical AnesthesiaAuthor: ed Gies, William J. Horace Wells: Dentist, Father of Surgical Anesthesia - proceedings of Centenary Commemorations of Wells' Discovery in and List of Wells Memorabilia [American Dental Association] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Horace Wells: Dentist, Father of Surgical Anesthesia - proceedings of Centenary Commemorations of Wells' Discovery in and List of Wells MemorabiliaAuthor: American Dental Association.
Horace Wells, (born Jan. 21,Hartford, Vt., U.S.—died Jan. 24,New York, N.Y.), American dentist, a pioneer in the use of surgical anesthesia. While practicing in Hartford, Conn., inWells noted the pain-killing properties of nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”) during a laughing-gas road show and thereafter used it in performing painless dental operations.
Get this from a library. Horace Wells, dentist; father of surgical anesthesia. Proceedings of centenary commemorations of Well's discovery in and lists of Wells memorabilia, including bibliographies, memorials and testimonials.
[William John Gies; American Dental. Horace Wells, Father of Surgical Anesthesia Ok this guy was ahead of his time.
Horace Wells, a dentist, found that Nitrous Oxide (Laughing gas), which was used back then for fun at parties, had anesthetic properties. Add tags for "Horace Wells, dentist, father of surgical anesthesia: Proceedings of centenary commemorations of Wells' discovery in and lists of Wells memorabilia including bibliographies, memorials and testimonials".
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