Fred Lange-Nielsen (1919–1989) Norwegian physician and Jazz musician. 1957 with Anton Jervell, defined syncope, LQTS and congenital deaf (JLNS)
Anton Jervell (1901 – 1987) was a Norwegian physician with Fred Lange-Nielsen, described syncope, LQTS and congenital deafness (JLNS) in 1957
Douglas Theodore Prehn (1901 - 1974) was an American urologist
Charles AHA Bertrand (1777-1849) was a French physician; Least recognised for his self-experimentation with charcoal as an antidote for ingested poisonings.
Mona Dew Roberts (1878-1936) was a Welsh General Practitioner and anaesthetist. Mona Roberts oropharyngeal airway (1916)
Robert Atwood Beaver (1906-1975) was an English Anaesthetist, artist and engineer known for his development of the Beaver Respirator
Louis Henri Vaquez (1860-1936) was a French physician and cardiologist. Described polycythaemia vera (Vaquez-Osler disease) in 1892
Moore fracture (1870) of the distal end of the radius; luxation distal ulna; fracture ulna styloid. Edward Mott Moore (1814–1902) American Surgeon.
John Alfred Ryle (1889–1950) was an English physician and epidemiologist. Coined the phrase angor animi; and the Ryle nasogastric tube bears his name
Yvonne Edna Cossart (1934-2014) was an Australian virologist. In 1975, Cossart and her colleagues recognised parvovirus B19
Andranik Ovassapian (1936 - 2010) was an American anesthesiologist and expert on difficult airway management.
Tom Bentley Throckmorton (1885-1961) was an American neurologist. Eponym: Throckmorton sign (John Thomas sign); Throckmorton reflex