Definition of Etherizer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Etherizer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1910)
"Or he may speak to the etherizer, who can regulate the same escape valve from within the ... 3 the etherizer's right hand is resting on the inside lever. ..."
2. Case Histories in Obstetrics: Groups of Cases Illustrating the Fundamental by Robert Laurent De Normandie (1917)
"The etherizer was again sent for and by the time he arrived all ... Fetal heart was listened to by the etherizer and found to be irregular and very rapid. ..."
3. Medical Communications of the Massachusetts Medical Society by Massachusetts Medical Society (1904)
"In earlier days I was operating all over New England, and then ether was given by the family physician, usually little skilled as an etherizer. ..."
4. A Text-book on surgery by John Allan Wyeth (1890)
"The assistants should be as follows: A trained etherizer, and a first ... A second nurse to assist the etherizer. A supernumerary nurse for general ..."
5. Journal by Canadian Society of Forensic Science, Boston Society of Medical Sciences (1897)
"Reports upon the vomiting were obtained from the etherizer, and from the nurse to whose care the case was resigned by the ..."
6. Animal Experimentation and Medical Progress by William Williams Keen (1914)
"The head of the patient with an air-tight collar around his neck protruded outside of the chamber where the etherizer also was placed. ..."
7. Therapeutic Gazette (1908)
"It is risky to send the etherizer away from an unconscious patient to begin ... To keep an eye on the etherizer and to watch the condition of the patient ..."
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