In 1789 Savigny published a description of the construction and uses of a portable apparatus for the recovery of the apparently dead, notable for it’s catchy title and for the amazing prehospital resuscitation equipment replete with an ETT, NGT, OGT, bag…and rectal desufflator
José Manuel Rivero-Carvallo (1905-1993) Mexican cardiologist. Rivero Carvallo sign (1946), enhanced murmur of tricuspid regurgitation on inspiration
Brian Arthur Sellick (1918 – 1996) British anaesthetist. Best known for his description of the Sellick manoeuvre and hypothermia in cardiac surgery
Chronological review of the eponyms of aortic regurgitation / insufficiency based on the 31 signs proposed by Ashrafian (2005) and Zacek (2018)
Biography Born 21 February 1797 Saint-Pal-de Chalencon, France Died of cholera on 18 April 1832 inParis Medical Eponyms Dance Sign (1826) sausage-like mass in the right upper quadrant with absence of bowel (or emptiness) in the right lower quadrant. The sign combines a visible depression/emptiness within the right iliac fossa and enlargement/fullness on the left […]
Walter Arthur Bastedo (1873 – 1952) was a Canadian gastroenterologist.
Paul Dudley White (1886-1973) was an American cardiologist. In 1930, White along with Louis Wolff and John Parkinson, described WPW Syndrome
Sir John Parkinson (1885-1976) was an English cardiologist. In 1930, Parkinson along with Louis Wolff and Paul Dudley White, described WPW Syndrome