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The American anesthesiologist, Dr. Eugene L. Nagel earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1949, and a medical degree in 1959. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2lMZdWD
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American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) headquarters building at 520 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge, IL. ASA staff and the Wood Library-Museum 'moved-in' in 1992. ASA and WLM moved to Schaumburg, IL in June 2014.
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Since the Italian physicist Dr. Luigi Galvani (1737-1798) first proposed the idea of "animal electricity" in 1787, the work of many scientists has led to development of the electrocardiographs used today. https://bit.ly/2NiEi8o
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Abbott Laboratories manufactured methoxyflurane, sold under the brand name Penthrane, from 1961 to 2001. https://bit.ly/2oNNYwz
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Paluel J. Flagg, M.D. (1886-1970) wrote one of the first American anesthesia textbooks, The Art of Anaesthesia; it was published in seven editions from 1916 through 1944. His inventions include the Flagg Can. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2g5M61a
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A thermocouple is a temperature-measuring sensor that consists of two different conducting metals that connect to each other at one or more points. http://bit.ly/1nLqNkb
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This is an Emerson Respirator, more commonly known as an “Iron Lung”. An iron lung helps a person breathe when the muscles for breathing are not working normally. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1Ulqrig
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The technique of endotracheal insufflation anesthesia was used in the first half the 20th Century. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2h774Ju
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