William Bayard 1814–1907

  • J. Roger Maltby


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    [News item] The New Brunswick Courier 1847 Mar 20: 2 (col 5–6).Google Scholar
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    Maltby JR. The origins of anaesthesia in Canada.In: Atkinson RS, Boulton TB (Eds.). The history of Anaesthesia. London: Royal Society of Medicine Services Limited 1989: 112–9.Google Scholar
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    [News item] The Weekly Chronicle (St John) 1847 Jan 22: 2 (col 4).Google Scholar
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    [Advertisement]. Dentistical operations under the influence of the ethereal vapour. The New Brunswick Courier 1847 Jan 23: 3 (col 1).Google Scholar
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    [Anon.] Surgical operation. The New Brunswick Courier 1847 Jan 23: 2 (col 5).Google Scholar

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© Canadian Anesthesiologists 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Roger Maltby
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  1. 1.Department of AnaesthesiaFoothills Hospital at the University of CalgaryCalgary

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