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Joseph Lister: Surgery Transformed
Joseph Lister published his first paper in the BMJ in 1867 and carried on publishing in the journal for over 40 years, and now all of his articles can be acc...
Joseph Lister Biography
Joseph Lister 1827 - 1912 Joseph Lister was a British surgeon and the pioneer of antiseptic surgery. All content is either in the public domain or licensed p...
06b - Surgery - Semmelweis and Lister
Revision for Medicine through Time GCSE. Antiseptic surgery Part 2. A clip on Semmelweis and Lister from the amazing Blood and Guts series. Great for revisio...
Its been 5 years now since Joe died. So I thought it would be nice to make a video of all the photos and memories we have of him. It's not meant to be a sad ...
The Really Bloody History of Surgery
This video looks at the history of surgery. The video included the development of anaesthetics, antiseptics and blood transfusions. It also looks at the impo...
Joseph Lister (1827-1912)
A tribute to Joseph Lister, pioneer in antiseptic surgery, on the occassion of his 185th birthday. Soundtrack: The Last Days.
Can't belive it has been 4 years.
Who was Joseph Lister?
A film about Joseph Lister.
Lister's Legacy: 100 years on - Prof James Garden
The public lecture "Lister's Legacy" was held to mark the centenary of the death of Joseph Lister, the famed pioneer of antiseptics. Baron Lister was the 3rd...
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Tue, 07 May 2013 15:44:03 -0700
THE NAME: The building is named for its original owner, Joseph Lister, who was a merchant, clothier, school trustee and member of the Board of Water Commissioners. THE STORY: The original Lister building was built in 1886 as Canada's first indoor ...
Fri, 10 May 2013 06:16:10 -0700
Early oil paintings showing phenomena such as piebaldism give way to the game-changing antiseptic spray of Joseph Lister, followed by 1950s corrosion casts, made by injecting resin into organs to demonstrate the body's cavities. “The resin … goes all ...
Fri, 10 May 2013 14:45:19 -0700
It was named after the British surgeon, Sir Joseph Lister, who pioneered the prevention and treatment of bacterial infections that occurred following surgery. These days, many mouthwashes are highly artificial concoctions that contain sweeteners for ...
Thu, 02 May 2013 18:32:38 -0700
Young doctors on the frontlines readily embraced Dr. Joseph Lister's new and rather simple technique for combat triage using anti-septic surgery for life-saving amputations and skin piercing compound bone fractures. Previously almost any large incision ...
PR Web (press release)
Wed, 08 May 2013 01:16:57 -0700
The antiseptic properties of phenol were used by Sir Joseph Lister (1827–1912) in his revolutionary technique of antiseptic surgery. Lister determined that phenol kills harmful bacteria and fungus that caused infection (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki ...
Thu, 02 May 2013 11:46:14 -0700
In 1867, the British surgeon Joseph Lister began using carbolic acid as an antiseptic in surgical procedures, significantly reducing mortality rates from infection by 30 percent within a decade. Before Lister introduced sterile surgery, a patient could ...
Peoria Journal Star
Sat, 27 Apr 2013 07:01:40 -0700
That was an era when the concept of airborne germs causing infection — based on the research of Dr. Joseph Lister, a British surgeon — was not widely understood. But that successful operation put Peoria on the medical map, stated Dr. J.H. Bacon, a ...
Fri, 10 May 2013 00:47:08 -0700
Basándose en los trabajos de Louis Pasteur, Joseph Lister dedicó sus esfuerzos investigadores en el estudio de las infecciones de las heridas. Considerado padre de la medicina antiséptica, Lister introdujo conceptos esenciales de higiene en los ...
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