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  1. Walter Channing ( Newport, 15 de abril de 1786-27 de julio de 1876) fue un médico y profesor de medicina estadounidense. 1 . Biografía. Nació en Newport, Rhode Island, siendo hermano del predicador William Ellery Channing y de su compañero profesor de Harvard, Edward Tyrrel Channing.

  2. 21 de feb. de 2024 · Walter Channing (born April 15, 1786, Newport, R.I.—died July 27, 1876, Brookline, Mass. U.S.) was a U.S. physician and one of the founders of the Boston Lying-In Hospital (1832). He was the first to use ether as an anesthetic in obstetrics and the first professor of obstetrics at Harvard University (1815). A graduate in medicine ...

  3. Walter Channing (April 15, 1786 – July 27, 1876) was an American physician and professor of medicine. He was the brother of preacher William Ellery Channing and of fellow Harvard professor (of Rhetoric), Edward Tyrrel Channing. He was also the father of the poet William Ellery Channing.

  4. Brief life of a nineteenth-century obstetrician: 1786-1876. by Amalie M. Kass. March-April 2004. In a career spanning nearly six decades, Walter Channing provided the medical skills and compassionate care women sought as they faced the pain and dangers of childbirth.

  5. Walter Channing Jr. (September 23, 1940 – March 12, 2015) was a wood sculptor, winemaker, and venture capitalist. He owned the Channing Daughters Winery in Bridgehampton, New York, where he planted his first Chardonnay vines in 1982.

  6. Dr. Walter Channing, Harvard's first professor of obstetrics and medical jurisprudence, was also Dean of the Medical School for over a quarter of a century. He promoted the use of ether anaesthesia in childbirth and was one of the founders and attending physicians at the Boston Lying-In Hospital.

  7. 13 de abr. de 2005 · The Walter Channing (1786-1876) papers form part of the Channing family collection and consist of personal papers, correspondence, lectures, essays, and case notes of Dr. Walter Channing, a Boston physician and pioneer in the field of obstetrics.