LISTER AT HOME AND ABROAD : A CONTINUING LEGACY by

Joseph Lister’s painstaking experiments in antiseptic lotions, dressings, and sutures in the 1860s and early 1870s seemed needlessly complex to his critics and were best understood by those who saw him in action. From the 1880s the acrimony subsided, and Lister’s international reputation became a major asset to the medical profession, even as it discarded… CONTINUE READING