Definition of Listerian. Meaning of Listerian. Synonyms of Listerian

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Definition of Listerian

Listerian
Listerian Lis*te"ri*an, a. (Med.) Of or pertaining to listerism.

Meaning of Listerian from wikipedia

- Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister KCVO, OM, PC, PRS, FRCSE, FFPS (5 April 1827 – 10 February 1912), was a British surgeon and a pioneer of antiseptic surgery...
- afterwards in the ward from hospital gangrene; they usually did in those pre-Listerian days). He am****ted in addition the fingers of his young ****istant (who...
- Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia and is credited with introducing Listerian antisepsis into Australia. George Hogarth Pringle was born at Kintail...
- appointed head of the surgical department. He is credited for introducing Listerian antiseptic methods at the Magdeburg-Altstadt hospital. His name is ****ociated...
- Encyclopedia Wangensteen, S D; Wangensteen, O H (1971), "Successful pre-Listerian antiseptic management of compound fracture: Crowther (1802), Larrey (1824)...
- From 1872 he was a hospital surgeon in Köln, where in 1875 he introduced Listerian antisepsis. In 1884 he received the title of professor, even though he...
- Irish-born surgeon who studied medicine in Glasgow, where he learned about Listerian antisepsis from Joseph Lister. He emigrated to New Zealand and introduced...
- which meant that  Chav****e had to be diplomatic about his enthusiasm for Listerian antisepsis. He furthered his knowledge of antisepsis, without offending...
- 1853–2 November1926) was a Scottish surgeon who was an early advocate of Listerian antisepsis and then asepsis. He was a pioneer of gastrointestinal surgery...
- Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 1928 (read online [Archive]) (En) The Listerian Idea in 1939, British Medical Journal, 1939 (read online [Archive]) Pain...
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