Plaque

Anaesthetic

Anaesthetic
Anaesthetic
Inscription

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland.
The first anaesthetic given in England was administered in a house on this site. 19 December 1846.

The AAGBI's website provides: "On 19 December 1846, Francis Boott, an American botanist who had heard the news from Boston, watched dental surgeon James Robinson administer the first ether anaesthetic in England. Two days later, Robert Liston operated on Frederick Churchill at University College Hospital and a medical student, William Squire administered the anaesthetic. "

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WC1, Gower Street, 52, Bonham Carter House

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