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目次

  • Chapter1 Five Important Events during The 200‐Year History of Anesthesiology in Japan
    • 1 Period Divisions for The History of Medicine and Surgery in Japan
    • 2 Period Divisions for The History of Anesthesiology in Books Written in English
    • 3 Period Divisions for The History of Anesthesiology in Japanese Textbooks
    • 4 A New Period Division for The History of Anesthesiology in Japan
  • Chapter2 Seishū Hanaoka and His Medicine
    • 1 Seishū Hanaoka’s Predecessors
    • 2 The First Successful Use of General Anesthesia in 1804
    • 3 Seishū Hanaoka’s Understanding of Anesthesia
    • 4 Prosperity and Decline of Hanaoka’s Medicine
    • 5 Two Eminent Disciples of Seishū Hanaoka
    • 6 Three Generations of The Sugita Family and The Early History of Anesthesia in Japan
  • Chapter3 Introduction of Inhaled and Local Anesthesia in Japan
    • 1 J.Schlesinger’s Monograph and The Introduction of Ether Anesthesia
    • 2 Otto G.J.Mohnike and The Introduction of Chloroform Anesthesia
    • 3 William T.G.Morton and Three Japanese Doctors in Philadelphia
    • 4 Chloroform Anesthesia and The Boshin Civil War during 1868 and 1869
    • 5 Introduction and Clinical Use of Cocaine in Ophthalmology and Surgery
    • 6 Japanese Translation of Carl Schleich’s Schmerzlose Operationen
  • Chapter4 Introduction of German Surgery and Foundation of The Japan Surgical Society
    • 1 Influence of German Medicine on Surgery and Anesthesia in Japan at The End of The 19th Century and Beginning of The 20th Century
    • 2 Foundation of The Japan Surgical Society in 1898
    • 3 Jacoby’s Line in Spinal Anesthesia and Its Introduction in Japan
    • 4 The First Textbook of Anesthesiology in Japan by Yoshihiro Miwa
    • 5 Masataka Ma‐eda and The Mechanism of Excitement during The Induction of Ether and Chloroform Anesthesia
    • 6 Daisuke Naga‐e and The Introduction of Tracheal Anesthesia
  • Chapter5 Establishment of The Academic Society and Independent Departments
    • 1 Meyer Saklad and The Japanese‐American Joint Conference on Medical Education
    • 2 Perry P.Volpitto’s Lectures
    • 3 Hideo Yamamura and The First Independent University Department
    • 4 Kentarō Shimizu and The Establishment of The Japan Society of Anesthesiology
    • 5 Robert R.Macintosh’s 1959 and 1967 Visits to Japan
    • 6 Growing Number of Independent Departments at Universities and Medical Colleges
  • Chapter6 Japanese Anesthesiology and Developments in Related Academic Societies
    • 1 Board Certification of Anesthesiologists and Authorization of The Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists
    • 2 Introduction of New Anesthetic Agents and Ancillary Drugs
    • 3 Publication of Masui and The Journal of Anesthesia
    • 4 Related Academic and Subspecialty Societies
    • 5 The 5th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists in 1972
    • 6 Three Clinically Significant Advances in Japanese Anesthesiology since 1950