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H. M. Chichester

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Fuller, John (d. 1825), surgeon and historian, was for some years in practice as a surgeon at Ayton, Berwickshire. During that time, in 1785, he published a pamphlet, New Hints Relating to Persons Drowned and Apparently Dead, in which he proposed transfusion from the carotid artery of a sheep as a means of resuscitation. It does not appear that the method was tried. On 21 November 1789 ...


Power, Sir D'Arcy (1855–1941), surgeon and historian, was born at 3 Grosvenor Terrace, Pimlico, London, on 11 November 1855, the eldest of six sons and five daughters of Henry Power, then assistant surgeon at the Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital, and his wife and first cousin, ...