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- Boothby WM. The determination of the anaesthetic tension of ether vapor in men : with some theoretical deductions therefrom, as to the mode of action of the common volatile anaesthetics, 1914.
- Brookes WP. Practical remarks on the inhalation of the vapour of sulphuric ether, illustrated with cases and the latest method of application, with remarks as to the proper period to commence operations, 1847.
- Buchanan A. Physiological effects of the inhalation of ether, 1847.
- Chambers WF. [Letter] Dec 17 1846, 46 Brook Street, [to] Dr. Boott.
- Ferguson RH. Open ether : being the official report at the Seventeenth International Congress of Medicine, London, August 1913.
- Lente FD. Sulphuric ether and chloroform as anaesthetics, considered with reference to their relative safety and efficiency, 1861.
- Morton WTG. Remarks on the comparative value of ether and chloroform, with hints upon natural and artificial teeth, 1850
- Robinson J. A treatise on the inhalation of the vapour of ether, for the prevention of pain in surgical operations, containing a numerous collection of cases in which it has been applied, with the names of the operators : history of the discovery--description of the apparatus--method of preparing the ether--remarks as to the time when the operation should commence, etc., 1847.
- Sédillot C. De l'éthérisation et des opérations sans douleur, 1847.
- Smith MG. A treatise on the inhalation of ether for the prevention of pain, 1848.
- Snow J. On the inhalation of chloroform and ether, 1848.
- Snow J. On the inhalation of the vapour of ether in surgical operations : containing a description of the various stages of etherization, and a statement of the result of nearly eighty operations in which ether has been employed in St. George's and University college hospitals, 1847.
- Warren JC. Effects of chloroform and of strong chloric ether, as narcotic agents, 1849.
- Warren JC. Etherization : with surgical remarks, 1848.