Further observations on chloroform in the practice of midwifery by Edward W. Murphy

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Published by Taylor, Walton and Maberly in London .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Chloroform,
  • Midwifery

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Statementby Edward W. Murphy
ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
The Physical Object
Pagination43 p.
Number of Pages43
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Open LibraryOL26252419M

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He was a pioneer in the use of anaesthetics, particularly chloroform, developing. practitioners of medicine, surgery, and midwifery do, andof superiority onthe part ofthose whoseeducation is limited to one branch, and whose practice, if the fellowship beof anyvalueat all, ought to belimited to that ofpure surgery, is a manifest inconsistency, and canbut prove offensive toeveryright-mindedindividual inthe profession.

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'Chloroform was always used and it appeared to me, with greatest success, which I attribute a great deal to the practice of administering it on a handkerchief held lightly to the face instead of using some instrument which whilst it secured the inhalation of the anaesthetic excluded too much of the atmospheric air.' (59).

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Perhaps they were. Midwifery has been around for hundreds of years, as women would assist other women in childbirth. According to Midwifery Today, New York City first required the licensing of midwives in Doctors were not usually formally educated, so midwives were utilized for childbirth due to a greater knowledge base.

Formal training first began in ; however. a further two years before graduation and a licence to practice. During this interim time he pursued his interest in midwifery and pathology visiting clinics in France and throughout England.

On his return to Edinburgh he initially entered general practice but soon became sort after for his expertise in obstetrics. In he secured an.

The only anesthetic' I have ever employed in midwifery is chloroform, and I have never once seen, in labor cases, any injurious effects except Prof. W. S. Playfair, of King's those I .

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