The History of Anesthesiology Reprint Series: Part 3 – Spinal Anesthesia.
Spinal Anesthesia, like many discoveries had many contributors, but our list of important clinical applications includes:
Tait and Caglieri's Experimental and Clinical Notes on the Subarachnoid Space. This first successful use of spinal anesthesia in the U.S. was performed in San Francisco, California on October 26, 1899.
Rudolph Matas' Interpsinal Cocainization was the first published account of a successful spinal performed on November 10, 1899.
Thomas Jonnesco's Remarks on General Spinal Analgesia is included as an example of how one's enthusiasm for his own technique an often exceed his discretion.
Catalog Record: The History of Anesthesiology Reprint Series: Part 3 – Spinal Anesthesia.
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Title: The history of anesthesiology reprint series : part three : spinal anesthesia.
Author: Tait, F. Dudley.
Author: Caglieri, Guido.
Author: Matas, Rudolph, 1860-1957.
Author: Jonnesco, Thomas, 1860-1926.
Corporate Author: Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology.
Call Number: WO 211 M W85 1973
Publisher: Park Ridge, Illinois : Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology, ©1973.
Physical Description: 3 parts (in one portfolio) ; 23 cm.
Subject: Anesthesia, Spinal – history.
Subject: Anesthesia, Conduction – history.
Subject: Cocaine – history.
Subject: Anesthesia, Regional – history.
Series Title: The history of anesthesiology reprint series
Series Number: part 3.
Alt. Title: Spinal anesthesia.
Alt. Title: Experimental and clinical notes on the sub-arachnoid space / by Dudley Tait and Guido Caglieri.
Alt. Title: Intraspinal cocainization.
Alt. Title: Remarks on general spinal analgesia / by Thomas Jonnesco.
Content Notes:  Experimental and clinical notes on the sub-arachnoid space / Dudley Tait, Guido Caglieri, 1900 —  Intraspinal cocainization / Dr. Matas, 1899 —  Remarks on general spinal analgesia / T. Jonnesco, 1909.
General Note: Cover title.