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    William E. Clarke was a medical student at the Berkshire Medical College in Massachusetts. In January 1842 he returned to his hometown of Rochester, New York, during a break in the lecture schedule. Clarke discovered that the sister of one of his classmates, a Miss Hobbie, needed a tooth extracted.

  2. El mismo 1842, un estudiante de Medicina, William Clarke, ayudó a extraer una muela a una amiga usando una toalla con éter. Su mentor, el Profesor Moore, lo desalentó de continuar esos experimentos.

  3. Four notable men participated in these events and witnessed the use of ether in this manner. They were William Edward Clarke (18191898), Crawford W. Long (1815–1878), Horace Wells (1815–1848), and William T. G. Morton (1819–1868).

  4. 18 de sept. de 2016 · History of Anesthesia. William E. Clarke. January 1842, Rochester, NY. Teeth extraction of Ms. Hobbie by dentist E. Pope. Crawford W. Long. March 1842, Jefferson, Georgia. Neck tumor excision of Mr. Venable. Fee charged $2.00. James Y. Simpson.

  5. William Clarke (1819‐1908)—In Rochester, New York, a medical student etherizes a single patient for a dental extraction.

  6. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1842, William T. Clark was a former private in the 13th Massachusetts who was working in the Quartermaster’s Department in 1865. When he came back to his room...

  7. When William Clarke was born on 17 November 1791, in Leicester St Mary, Leicestershire, England, his father, Thomas Clark, was 30 and his mother, Jane Gibson, was 32. He married Jane Warrack on 25 September 1836. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 2 daughters.

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