An Attempt to Secure a Sterilized Air for Surrounding the Wound. . . , 1887

In sterilized rooms on April 3, 2011 at 10:56 pm

from Transactions of the International Medical Congress, Vol. II, Section V – Gynaecology, 1887.

Article by David Prince, M.D., page 880.

“Taking a hint from the observations recently made in Paris upon the effect of rainy weather upon the number of microbes floating in the atmosphere, it occurred to ask, whether or not it is practicable to subject the air entering an operating room to the influence of artificial showers, in order to precipitate to the ground the whole or greater part of these enemies to surgery.” —page 884

  1. Clever idea…perhaps it can be adapted to the production of silicon chips for integraqted circuts?

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