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Anesthesia and Respiratory Medicine

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"Arsenic as a preservative of dead bodies," Lancet 1 (10 November 1838): 264[ltr. to ed., 5 November 1838].

"Mechanism of respiration," Lancet 1 (26 January 1839): 653-55[ltr. to ed., 5 January 1839].

"Editor refuses to publish letter from John Snow," Lancet 2 (25 May 1839): 352.

"On distortions of the chest and spine in children, from enlargement of the abdomen," London Medical Gazette 28 (9 April 1841): 112-16.

Presentation: 16 October 1841. "On the resuscitation of still-born children, and on asphyxia in general"

Presentation: 23 October 1841. "Discussion of Snow's paper on resuscitation and asphyxia"

Presentation: 30 October 1841. "Continued discussion of Snow's paper on resuscitation and asphyxia, as well as Snow's extended response"

"On asphyxia, and on the resuscitation of still-born children," London Medical Gazette 29 (5 November 1841): 222-27.

"On paracentesis of the thorax," London Medical Gazette 29 (28 January 1842): 705-07.

"On the circulation in the capillary blood-vessels, and on some of its connections with pathology and therapeutics," London Medical Gazette 31 (3 March 1843): 810-16. Extensive revision of two papers read at the Westminster Medical Society, 21 January and 4 February 1843.

"On the pathological effects of atmospheres vitiated by carbonic acid gas, and by a diminution of the due proportion of oxygen," Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal 65 (1 January 1846): 49-56.

Presentation: 16 January 1847. "Snow's first published comments on inhalation of ether "

Presentation: 23 January 1847. "Snow demonstrates his new inhaler (Mark I)"

"Table on the quantity of vapour of ether in 100 cubic inches of air, saturated with it at various temperatures," Medical Times 15 (23 January 1847): 325.

"Table of the quantity of the vapour of ether ," London Medical Gazette 39 (29 January 1847): 219-220.

"Table of the quantity of the vapour of ether in one hundred cubic inches of air, saturated with it at various temperatures," The Pharmaceutical Journal 6 (1 February 1847): 361.

Presentation: 13 February 1847. "Observations on the vapour of ether, and its application to prevent pain in surgical operations."

Presentation: 20 February 1847. "Inhalation of ether."

Presentation: 27 February 1847. "Snow demonstrates the effect of inhaling ether on a green linnet."

"On the inhalation of the vapour of ether," London Medical Gazette 39 (19 March 1847): 498-502. Part 2 appeared in issue of 26 March 1847, 539-42.

"On the inhalation of the vapour of ether.," British and Foreign Medical Review 23 (April 1847): 573-76.. Extracts from article in LMG 39 (26 March 1847): 539-542.

"To the editor of the Pharmaceutical Journal," The Pharmaceutical Journal 6 (1 April 1847): 474-475[ltr. to ed., 5 March 1847].

Presentation: 3 April 1847. "Snow presents a "pocket" vaporizer."

"A lecture on the inhalation of vapour of ether in surgical operations," Lancet 1 (29 May 1847): 551-54.

"On deformity of the chest in children," Lancet 2 (31 July 1847): 137. Letter submitted during week of 10-16 July, 1847.[ltr. to ed., July 1847].

On the Inhalation of the Vapour of Ether in Surgical Operations, October 1847.

"Dr. Snow on the effects of ether vapour," London Medical Gazette 40 (12 November 1847): 859[ltr. to ed., 8 November 1847].

Presentation: 20 November 1847. "Snow's initial remarks on chloroform, including a temperature-uptake table for chloroform"

27 November 1847.
WMS: Snow on inhalation of ether and chloroform

"On the inhalation of chloroform and ether, with description of an apparatus," Lancet 1 (12 February 1848): 177-80[ltr. to ed., January 1848].

"Remarks on the fatal case of inhalation of chloroform; including additional explanations from Dr. Meggison," London Medical Gazette 41 (18 February 1848): 277-78.

"The fatal chloroform case at Newcastle," Lancet 1 (26 February 1848): 239[ltr. to ed.].

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 41 (19 May 1848): 850-54. Part 1.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 41 (26 May 1848): 893-95. Part 2.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 41 (23 June 1848): 1074-78. Part 3.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 42 (25 August 1848): 330-35. Part 4.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 42 (8 September 1848): 412-16. Part 5.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 42 (13 October 1848): 614-619. Part 6.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 42 (17 November 1848): 840-44. Part 7.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 42 (15 December 1848): 1021-25. Part 8.

"On the use of chloroform in surgical operations and midwifery," London Journal of Medicine 1 (January 1849): 50-55.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 43 (9 February 1849): 228-35. Part 9.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 43 (16 March 1849): 451-56. Part 10.

"On the discussion respecting chloroform, in the Académie de Médecine of Paris," London Journal of Medicine 1 (April 1849): 324-26. An offprint of the article was published; pagination is identical to the article, but page-numbering begins with "1.".

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 43 (8 June 1849): 983-85. Part 11.

"On the fatal cases of inhalation of chloroform," Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal 72 (1 July 1849): 75-87. Paper read at the Westminster Medical Society, 31 March 1849. An offprint was printed by Robert Inches, of Edinburgh; pagination is identical to the article, but page-numbering begins with "1.".

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette (17 August 1849): 272-77. Part 12.

"The alleged employment of chloroform by thieves," London Medical Gazette 45 (26 February 1850): 327[ltr. to ed., 11 February 1850].

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 45 (12 April 1850): 622-27. Part 13.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 46 (23 August 1850): 321-27. Part 14.

"Remarks on the administration of chloroform, in answer to Professor Lizars," Medical Times 22 (31 August 1850): 228-31[ltr. to ed., 27 August 1850].

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 46 (1 November 1850): 749-54. Part 15.

"Further remarks on the employment of chloroform by thieves," London Medical Gazette 46 (15 November 1850): 834-35[ltr. to ed.].

"Dr. Snow on chloroform," Medical Times 22 (14 December 1850): 635[ltr. to ed.].

"Case illustrating the difficulties of diagnosis of morbid growths from the upper jaw. With remarks.," Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 34 (1851): 43-52. Hewett included a letter from Snow, who was the anesthetist during the operation.

"On the inhalation of various medicinal substances," London Journal of Medicine 3 (1 February 1851): 122-29.

A Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Campbell, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench, on the Clause Respecting Chloroform in the Proposed Prevention of Offences Bill, 5 March 1851.

"Lord Campbell's chloroform clause," Medical Times 23 (22 March 1851): 325[ltr. to ed.].

"Chloroform, and its use by thieves," London Medical Gazette 47 (28 March 1851): 571[ltr. to ed., 21 March 1851].

"Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Campbell, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench, on the clause respecting Chloroform in the proposed "Prevention of Offences Bill."," London Journal of Medicine 3 (1 April 1851): 353-56. Extracts from Snow's open letter, published the prior month.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 47 (11 April 1851): 622-27. Part 16.

"My dear Mr. Smith," London Medical Gazette 48 (29 August 1851): 370. This note from Snow, undated, was imbedded in a letter to the editor written by Henry Smith, FRCS.[ltr. to ed.].

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 48 (19 December 1851): 1053-57. Part 17.

"On narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," London Medical Gazette 48 (26 December 1851): 1090-1094. Part 18.

"On the cause and prevention of death from chloroform," London Journal of Medicine 4 (April 1852): 320-329. Part 1.

"On the administration of chloroform in the public hospitals," Medical Times and Gazette 4 (3 April 1852): [ltr. to ed.].

"On the cause and prevention of death from chloroform," London Journal of Medicine 4 (May 1852): 415-23. Part 2.

"On the cause and prevention of death from chloroform," London Journal of Medicine 4 (June 1852): 564-72. Part 3.

"Deaths from chloroform in Scotland," Medical Times and Gazette 4 (12 June 1852): 598-99[ltr. to ed.].

"Death from chloroform in a case of fatty degeneration of the heart," Medical Times and Gazette 5 (9 October 1852): 361-362.

"On the administration of chloroform during parturition," Association Medical Journal 1 (10 June 1853): 500-02.

"The late deaths from chloroform," Medical Times and Gazette 7 (5 November 1853): 485-86[ltr. to ed., 31 October 1853].

Presentation: 14 December 1853. "On the modus operandi of narcotico-irritants"

"On the recent death at St. George's Hospital, while the patient was beginning to inhale chloroform," Medical Times and Gazette 8 (10 June 1854): 606[ltr. to ed., 29 May 1854].

"Chloroform in London and Edinburgh," Lancet 1 (27 January 1855): 108-09[ltr. to ed., January 1855].

"The breathing and the pulse under the influence of chloroform," Association Medical Journal 3 (6 April 1855): 313-18.

"On the employment of chloroform in surgical operations ," Lancet 2 (20 October 1855): 361-63. Part 1.

"On the employment of chloroform in surgical operations ," Lancet 2 (27 October 1855): 383-85. Part 2.

"Further remarks on the cause and prevention of death from chloroform," Lancet 1 (9 February 1856): 148-50.

"Chloroform," Medical Times and Gazette 12 (21 June 1856): 680-81[ltr. to ed., 14 June 1856].

"Administration of chloroform," Medical Times and Gazette 13 (5 July 1856): 21[ltr. to ed., July 1856].

"On the vapour of amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (17 January 1857): 60-62. Part 1.

"On the vapour of amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (24 January 1857): 82-84. Part 2.

"On the recent accident from chloroform," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (21 March 1857): 282-83.

"Further remarks on amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (4 April 1857): 332-34. Part 1.

"Further remarks on amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (11 April 1857): 357-59. Part 2.

"Further remarks on amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (18 April 1857): 379-82. Part 3.

"Dr. Marshall Hall's method of artificial respiration," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (25 April 1857): 421[ltr. to ed., April 1857].

"On some alleged ill effects of amylene," British Medical Journal 1 (2 May 1857): 381[ltr. to ed., April 1857].

"On chloride of amyle," Medical Times and Gazette 14 (9 May 1857): 457[ltr. to ed., 4 May 1857].

"Mr. A. Prichard on amylene," British Medical Journal 2 (1 August 1857): 654[ltr. to ed., 25 July 1857].

"Case of death from amylene," Medical Times and Gazette 15 (8 August 1857): 133-34[ltr. to ed., 1 August 1857].

"The recent death from chloroform at Bristol," British Medical Journal 1 (20 March 1858): 223-25[ltr. to ed., 13 March 1858].

"Death from chloroform," British Medical Journal 1 (3 April 1858): 279[ltr. to ed., 27 March 1858].

"Index" for On Chloroform and other Anæsthetics, October 1858.

On Chloroform and Other Anæsthetics, October 1858.

The Case Books of Dr. John Snow, 1994.

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