On Surgical Analgesia by Spinal Cocainisation 1A paper read before the Monmouthshire Division of the British Medical Association, at Abergavenny, February 26th, 1904.

Abstract

assist the surgeon when asked to do so; that is to say, suppose in a case of this kind that the sac is difficult to find, the patient is directed to cough, down comes the gut and the sac is easily traced. As regards pain, there certainly cannot be any, nor ?does the patient exhibit the least sign of uneasiness. Now to English operators it may appear somewhat disconcerting to have a patient, so to speak, watching himself being operated upon; still, the patient cannot very well see the operation, and he is not very likely to try, yet he can surely hear the conversation of the surgeon and his assistants and

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@inproceedings{Greer2016OnSA, title={On Surgical Analgesia by Spinal Cocainisation 1A paper read before the Monmouthshire Division of the British Medical Association, at Abergavenny, February 26th, 1904. }, author={William Jones Greer}, year={2016} }