Etymology of Anesthesiology and Anesthesia, Redux.

@article{Janssen2021EtymologyOA,
  title={Etymology of Anesthesiology and Anesthesia, Redux.},
  author={Diederik F. Janssen},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2021}
}
1 Citations
What we do, what we call ourselves, and how we spell it.
  • J. R. Sneyd
  • Education
    British journal of anaesthesia
  • 2021

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Origin of the Word ‘Anesthesiology’: Mathias J. Seifert, MD
TLDR
The word ‘anesthesiology’ was coined in 1902 by Mathias J. Seifert, MD, of Chicago, Illinois, who was later appointed Professor of Surgery at the Chicago Hospital College of Medicine.
Earliest English Definitions of Anaisthesia and Anaesthesia
The earliest identified English definition of the word anaisthesia was discovered in the first edition (1684) of A Physical Dictionary, an English translation of Steven Blankaart’s medical
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Anesthesiology: Medical Herald.
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A new term – Anesthesiology.
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