Snow, John (1813–1858)

In: Encyclopedia of Epidemiology

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Edited by: Sarah Boslaugh Published: 2008
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John Snow has an unusual place in medical history because he is a seminal figure in two medical disciplines— anesthesiology and epidemiology. His contribution to the first field was to establish the chemical and biological principles underlying the administration of consistent ...

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