Claus Bang (1924-1970) was a Danish physician. Innovator behind the Bang Respirator which was used widely in Denmark during the Polio Epidemic.
Frans Johan Paul Frenckner (1896-1967) was a Swedish otolaryngologist. Inventor of the Spiropulsator and double lumen bronchoscope
Jacques Forestier (1890-1978) was a French physician and rheumatologist
Norman Reynolds James (1908-1987) was an Australian anaesthetist, inventor and educator. Harrington-James ventilator, James Autohand Ventilator, Royal Melbourne (R.M.) resuscitator
Scarlet fever (second disease) is a bacterial illness (GABHS) that often presents as diffuse erythematous rash in the setting of a sore throat (streptococcal pharyngitis)
Frederick Forchheimer (1853-1913) was an American pediatrician. Eponym: Forchheimer spots enanthem in rubella in 1898
Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease), is a common manifestation of infection in children characterized by low-grade fever, malaise, facial rash, and later by the spread of a lacy maculopapular rash involving the trunk and limbs.
Gustav Asboe-Hansen (1917-1989) was a Danish dermatologist. Eponymously remembered for his description of blister spread in pemphigus (Asboe-Hansen sign)
Benjamin Guy Babington (1794-1866) was an English physician and epidemiologist. Inventor of the laryngoscope in 1829
Roseola infantum (exanthem subitum) is a viral illness that mostly affects infants and toddlers. Differentiated from other common paediatric rashes as sixth disease
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Holter monitor, developed by American biophysicist Norman Jefferis 'Jeff' Holter (1914-1983)
Philip Raikes Bromage (1920 – 2013) was a British anaesthetist. Best known for popularizing epidural analgesia/anesthesia and his textbook Epidural Analgesia