History of Anesthesia

Practice of anesthesia has evolved from the first public demonstration of Ether anesthesia on 16th october 1846 by
Intravenous anesthesia was followed by the invention of hypodermic syringe and needle, and this was done by Alexander Wood in the year
John Snow was credited for
ASA classification for preoperative assessment of patients pysical status was adopted in the year?
Thiopentone was successfully used for th first time in clinical practice by
Cocaine was used to anesthetize a frog cornea by
Edmonds Gaskin Boyle invented the Boyle's anesthesia apparatus in
Curved blade laryngoscope was introduced by
The first spinal analgesia on man was performed by
At which hospital on october 16, 1846 WTG Morton of Boston gave Ether Anesthesia to a patient ?
Ralph Water's contributon to anesthesia are all the following except
Arthur E Guede's (1883-1956) vital contributions to anesthesia are as follows except
Who gave chloroform analgesia to queen Victoria during the birth of prince Leopold ( 7 april, 1853)
Who of the following is not associated with chloroform history
Opendrop Ether Anesthesia was introduced by
Who was the first to pass a tube in to human Trachea via the mouth by tectile method using fingers to guide
Indirect Laryngoscopy is used to see the movements of vocal cords. It was pioneered by
Who was the first to describe the jet ventilation technique
The first electrocardiograph was recorded by
The Term Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) was first used by
The first recorded administration of general anesthesia was for the extraction of tooth in the year 1844, by
Who called Nitrous Oxide as laughing gas
William TG Morton was originally a
Autologous blood transfusion was started in the year
Who described blood groups A, B & O
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